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Pashyn Santos Vegetarian Hamburger Steak

Passion Santos joins us on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style to make her semi-homemade vegetarian hamburger steak using taro burgers and brown gravy.  You can either use a homemade packet brown gravy mix or try our own Killer Brown Gravy Recipe if you want a homemade drive-in-style gravy.


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Prep Time: 5 | Cook Time: 10 | Ready In: 15
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2 -4 Maui Taro Burgers
1 onion, sliced thin
1 Brown gravy packet (or try Killer Brown Gravy Recipe)
Brown rice
Olive oil

 

Killer Brown Gravy
2 Tablespoons Butter
1/4 Cup Flour (Wondra Flour Works Best)
1 Beef Bouillon Cube
1 Can Beef Broth
Salt & Pepper To Taste
Splash Aloha shoyu (Soy Sauce)
Splash Cream or Milk (optional)


Cooking Process:

Taro Burger
Brown taro burgers in skillet on medium high heat (in olive oil) about 4 to 6 minutes each side or desired doneness. Remove burgers and add onions to pan. Cook onions until tender and carmelized.

 

Gravy
Prepare according to package directions, or try this Killer Brown Gravy Recipe.

 

Killer Brown Gravy
In frying pan of drippings from hamburger patties, melt butter over med-high heat. *If you don't have drippings, I would double the amount of butter so that you have enough fat.  Once butter has melted, add flour and cook for a few minutes until the flour turns a nice light brown color. *This adds more rich flavor to the gravy.

 

Add bouillon cube to mixture in frying pan and smash it down into the mixture. Add Beef Broth and stir quickly as the gravy thickens and forms. Keep stirring gravy using a whisk.

 

Add salt, pepper to taste, a splash of shoyu and a splash of milk or cream to give the gravy a nice rich flavor. Some people have been known to add a splash of ketchup to give it that reddish brown color and extra layer of flavor.

 

Have one of the keiki cook rice. Make sure they wash the rice and use their finger to measure the water level (lol).

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