Cheese in Hamburg Recipe | Cooking with Dog

Hi, I’m Francis, the host of this show “Cooking with Dog.” First, let’s prepare the ingredients. Chop the onion into fine pieces. Remove the stem end of the shiitake mushrooms and separate the stems and the caps. Chop the caps and the stems into fine pieces. Now, saute the onion mixture. Coat a pan with the olive oil. When the pan is hot enough, stir-fry the onion and shiitake mushrooms. Lightly brown the onion mixture. Season with the salt and the pepper. Then, put the mixture into a bowl. Now, combine the patty ingredients. To the chilled onion mixture, add the beaten egg and soft bread crumbs. Mix to combine. Then, gather the mixture to the edge, making a space for the meat. Add the ground pork and beef mixture. Add the salt and the pepper. Knead the meat until it begins to look smooth and turn kind of gooey. Then, combine the onion mixture and the ground meat, and knead it thoroughly. Shape the meat into a ball and throw it into the bowl, removing the air inside. Now, clean your hands. Then, coat your hands with olive oil. Divide the ground meat in half. Hold the half in your palms and shape it into an oval. Then, wrap the cheese with it. Shape it into an oval again and place the patty onto a tray. Repeat the process and now you have 2 hamburg steaks. Now, let’s cook the hamburg. Heat the olive oil in a pan. Place the patties into the pan and gently press with your hand. When the other side firms up, change the position of the patties to brown evenly. Cover, reduce the heat to low and brown the other side thoroughly. Now, flip the patties over. Shift the position of the patties again. Make sure to brown the sides of the meat. When both sides are completely browned, pour the water into the pan. Cover and fry the patties for about 8 minutes until the water almost evaporates. Pierce the hamburg with a bamboo stick. If the juices are clear, they are ready to serve. Place the hamburg next to the mixed vegetables onto a plate. Next, let’s make the sauce. Remove the excess oil with a paper towel. Add the packaged demiglace sauce, bouillon broth, soy sauce and apple jam, or ketchup. Turn on the burner and mix the sauce evenly. Bring it to a boil and reduce the sauce until it reaches the desired consistency as shown. Sprinkle on the salt and the pepper to taste. Pour the sauce over the hamburg. Now, it is ready to serve. Using a conventional oven will make the recipe more delicious. You can use your favorite type of melting cheese. Adding the water to the pan will help cook the inside and avoid undercooking. If the water remains, uncover and allow it to evaporate. Good luck in the kitchen.

100 thoughts on “Cheese in Hamburg Recipe | Cooking with Dog

  1. 先生いつも美味しい料理有難うございます。動画の通り作っていますがどれも美味しくって家族に喜ばれています。

  2. I always wonder if Francis eats any of the food you make. ((except onion… that's bad for dogs))

  3. this may seem like an odd question but
    do you eat the food or is it more for display
    basically im askin if you all eat it after shutting off the camera or if its just for demonstration purposes.

  4. I have a question, can you eat this cold? I want to make a bento for my beloved one and I'm not sure if a normal hambagu is better or the cheese filled one 🙂

  5. That's right. For Eren Jäger and Annie Leaonheart. Who is your favorite attack on titan character. Mine is Eren

  6. Think how dog is feeling while she's cooking the hamburg but can't eat it because if he eat it, she will get mad at him.

  7. Hello! Very good your channel and your video! Congratulations! I wish every success!
    Your culture and language enchant me! When you have time, visit my channel! In the last video, I made Carrot Cake!
    Thank you! Success! Hugs. #dgtudo

  8. Thank you I wanted to make this meal for days!! I was a fan of Japanese food because not only born in Florida I'm Japanese my self and my mom is too 😀 yay!!!!

  9. The food society doesn't include my screen edible mhhhh is there an error ??? I got real hungry watching your amazing tasty videos you found my weakness

    (Rest in peace Francis I hope no one interrupted you while in peace we'll always love you and miss you Francis love all)

  10. If only i had the knack for cooking i would like to be her apprentice and learn from her first hand cooking

  11. I recently went to japan and tried cheese stuffed hamburger, then instantly fell in love. I'm glad I can now recreate it at home 🙂

  12. I HAD to know what the fuss is about since Daiki Yamashita (Deku's VA) is absolutely crazy about "hamburgs"

  13. The best time to salt your burger patties is as close to the actual cooking time as possible. Make sure your pan or grill is hot, then reach for your salt and season the outside of the patties right before you cook them.

    the salt will draw the moisture out of the meat

    if you salt too early, the salt breaks down the proteins in the meat. The result is "stickier" meat that forms longer strands, resulting in denser, tougher patties.

    So.. 2:21 (I just found this out a yesterday myself

  14. In the UK (and I guess the USA?) we call this type of beef burger a 'Juicy Lucy' on account of it's gooey centre. 🤤

  15. Love this recipe, I always cook a big batch and freeze several of the hamburgs for convenience. Thanks for the recipe!

  16. The cooking is really good, but I gave a thumbs down…because I don’t know if the dog even is comfortable staying in that way…. seriously it seems he is being forced… and is not comfortable at all… correct me if I’m wrong tho…the poor dog looked like he will fall asleep… but still tried to stand still…

  17. シェフさん☆こんにちわ🎵昨日ハンバーグを作ってみました✨おいしかったです✨本当に おいしいレシピをたくさん ありがとうございます🎵

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