August 24, 2018
Recently spotted in Singapore on the menu of a certain large hamburger operation is the Rendang Burger, which we think is an excellent idea. Reports claim that the corporate version is very tasty indeed, but it won't be as tasty as this! We've used our handmade Rendang blend combined with extra coconut, lemon grass and crispy fried onions to recreate that deep, aromatic and spicy rendang flavour. Build your burger with an Asian slaw, and forget the ketchup - this one needs to be topped with your favourite chilli sauce for the ultimate flavour. In Malaysia or Singapore, this would always be garnished with a fried egg (so many things are in that part of the world!), feel free to go native should you desire.
1Thoroughly mix all the ingredients in a large bowl, then place in the fridge to chill slightly (this makes it easier to shape your burgers).
2After an hour, remove from the fridge and form the mixture into patties - 1kg of mince will make about 8 burgers.
3Grill or pan fry the patties (of course a barbecue is even better if you happen to be having one!), build your burger and serve.