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Red Robin Korean Piglet Burger

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Recipe uses Sriracha Sauce
Sriracha Sauce
Servings:
Tabasco Red Robin Piglet Burger
Red Robin Korean Piglet Burger

Ingredients

Sweet & Spicy Asian Slaw
8 oz. wt. Mango, Kent or Haden, Slightly under ripe, Julienne.
4 oz. wt. Red Onion, Julienne
8 oz. wt. Green Cabbage, Julienne
8 oz. vol. Spicy Ginger Dressing
Korean Glaze
6 oz. water
6 oz. Soy Sauce
12 oz. Brown Sugar
¾ tsp Orange Zest
1 ½ tsp Rice Vinegar
½ tsp. Cinnamon, ground
1 e/a Star Anise
Korean Piglet
For each sandwich:
1 bun Brioche Burger Bun, Sliced
½ oz vol. Butter, melted
1 oz. vol. Mayonnaise
2 oz. vol. Sweet & Spicy Asian Slaw
3 e/a (3 halves) Korean Thick Bacon
1 e/a 4 oz Burger Patty, Angus
To Taste - Salt & Pepper or RR Seasoning
1 oz. vol. Korean Glaze
1 e/a Butter Lettuce, leaf

Preparation

Sweet & Spicy Asian Slaw

Mix ingredients well and let marinate for at least 1 hour before using.

Korean Glaze

In a pot mix all ingredients. Heat until simmering.

Simmer until the glaze has reduced by half. Ensure that sugar has dissolve properly and that the glaze doesn’t burn.

Cool and reserve for use.

Korean Piglet Burger

Grill burger patty on grill until it reaches an internal temperature of 165F. While cooking, season with salt & pepper or Red Robin Seasoning. Baste Korean glaze on patty. Let the glaze caramelize on the burger, remove from heat.

Spread ½ oz. of mayo on each toasted brioche bun.

Place 2 oz. Sweet & Spicy Asian slaw on the top part of the bun.

Place one leaf of butter lettuce on the bottom of the bun, then burger patty.

Cook thick bacon, and glaze with the Korean glaze right before it is done cooking. Place it on top of the burger patty.

Close burger and serve.

You will need:

Sriracha Sauce

Flavored with oak barrel aged tabasco peppers, our spicy Sriracha Sauce is preservative-free with a rich, bold flavor.

Sriracha Sauce

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