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Today, I would like to introduce you to a ‘Japanese Western Food’ called ‘Hambagu’. Basically this is a dish made from ground beef and is similar to a rounded meatloaf or a salisbury streak. This dish originates from ‘Tartar Steak’ in Germany. It is not known exactly when this dish arrived at Japan but it’s sometime during Meiji Era (1868-1912) that similar dishes started to appear. In fact, beef was not common prior to this period in Japan. Since the 1950s, Hambagu (yes this is a very Japanese way to pronounce Hamburg) has become really popular as a home dish and its popularity continues today.
According to my husband (who is American and is familiar with the Japanese culture), the uniqueness of Hambagu in Japan as a foreigner is that this dish can be an expensive and posh dish and an economical dish at the same time. (Todd here: I mean seriously, who would serve a meatloaf at a five star restaurant!)
The recipe that I am introducing to you today is my mom’s special recipe (again!). The particular point for this recipe is that you bake the dish in an oven, while we normally only use a frying pan to cook it in Japan. This way, the juicy taste of the meat will remain. Enjoy this Japanese Western Food!!
Hambagu Ingredients (for 4 people)
Ground Beef: 240g
Ground Pork: 160g
Bread Crumbs: 60g
Salt: 1/2 teaspoon
Pepper, Nutmeg: a pinch or two each
Sherry (alcohol) 3 Tablespoons (if not available, you can also substitute with whisky or brandy)
Ketchup: 3 Tablespoons
Worcestershire Sauce: 1.5 Tablespoons
Chicken broth: 3 Tablespoons
Mustard: 1 Tablespoon
Mushrooms- sliced finely (as much as your like to cover each patty)
How to cook Japanese Hambagu (cooking/preparation time: 45-50 mins)
(1) Chop onions finely, sauté, and cool them down.
(2) Soak the bread crumbs in milk
(3) Put onions, bread crumbs in milk, salt, pepper, eggs, and nutmeg in a bowl and mix them.
(4) Add ground beef and pork into the bowl and mix well with the ingredients in (3). Divide the pate into four.
(5) Throw each piece from right to left hand to get rid of air in the pate and make a rectangular shape with 2 cm thickness. Push the middle part to make a dent.
(6) Put 1.5 tablespoons of vegetable oil into the frying pan, heat it up, and fry the outside of the pate for 2-3 minutes to brown them.
(7) Put vegetable oil onto the oven pan, put the hamburg pate, and bake them for about 13 min with 220 C.
(8) Take out the hambagu patties from the pan, remove grease from the pan, and collect the remaining meat essence into a small pot.
(9) Sauté mushrooms and put into (8), add the ingredients for sauce, and heat up until it boils. Serve the hamburg with the sauce on top.
You can also serve a side vegetable dish such as carrots grasse or sautéd beans, as you like.
What do you think? Have the Japanese perfected the meatloaf?