Friday, January 14, 2011

Pineapple Teriyaki Burger

Seems like it's been some time since I've posted a burger on here and that's just not right. So, in order to fix that I'm going to post about a burger right now. I know, I know, it's an extreme solution, but I'm a man of action and these types of things appeal to me.

Ok, that's a lie. I'm not a man of action. But I do enjoy burgers and this one did appeal to me quite a bit. The specific flavor combo was requested by my girlfriend and I must say it was quite nice. I whipped up a teriyaki sauce and mixed a couple tablespoons into the beef, then I seared the pineapple (and a little sliced shallot for myself) to give it some extra pizazz. You'll note I'm not posting the recipe for the teriyaki sauce. That's because while it was adequate it really wasn't anything special.

So this is what I need from you guys: an awesome teriyaki recipe. I've made several, but none of them have really wowed me. Who has a good one they want to share?

11 comments:

Hungry Dog said...

This looks downright delicious. I need a teriyaki recipe too so I shall be waiting with baited breath as well.

Karen said...

I just use teriyaki out of a bottle :)

The Brutal Gourmet said...

This weekend you need to come over. I have a couple of pounds of high grade chicken breast (I know, I prefer thighs too, but that is what we got from the farmer's co-op), and we can carefully make a couple of versions and try them side by side. And take notes.

Yesica N. Cook said...

Sorry, no teriyaki recipe from me either. But thanks for making us laugh, the man of action thing was classic.

Jeannie said...

THe burger looks good, with the pineapple on top, sad to say, I don't hv teriyaki recipe too.

Kerstin said...

I've only bought teriyaki sauce too. Such a yummy burger - I love that pineapple on top!

Reeni said...

It's been way too long since I had a burger and this looks downright delicious! Sorry I don't have a teriyaki to share.

Danielle said...

hmmm....I just use soy sauce, honey, ginger, garlic, onion and oil in mine.
Teriyaki burger looks gooooood.

Spryte said...

That looks so good!!!
I do have a teriyaki recipe I love!

http://sprytesplace.blogspot.com/2010/11/teriyaki-sauce-marinade.html

Goldie said...

Every time my husband & I go to Red Robin, he gets the Teriyaki burger that they have...ALWAYS! This is a nice recipe to have handy, because I have never thought to make him one at home. THANKS!!!

Chris said...

Mine have always been just okay too, nothing really better than Kikoman's teriyaki glaze which I'm actually fond of.

Your burger looks good, I like the addition of the shallots.

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