Japanese Hamburger Steak (Hambagu)
There is a very popular national Japanese dish called hambagu (Japanese hamburger steak) which is a hamburger patty served without a bun. It is served in restaurants and also sold in retort pouches or as a frozen food at supermarkets and convenience stores. We think that Westerners also eat it because they like hamburgers. Most Japanese do not know that this dish does not exist abroad. A mixture of ground beef and pork is more common than 100 % ground beef, which is so expensive. Demi-glace sauce is usually used in restaurants but ketchup or Worcester sauce is more popular at home. Low-calorie Japanese style teriyaki sauce or ground radish with soy sauce are also popular. We usually eat hamburger steak with steamed rice. If you come to Japan, please try hambagu.
So glad to hear that you guys missed us last Sunday because we sure did miss feeding you. We are sooo ready for tomorrow’s Soulfood Sunday Dinner. If you’ve tried our good ole home cooking before then you know it’s going to be sooo Tasty 😋. Order now for tomorrow.