"These Thai-inspired burgers are easy to make and packed with flavor!" — SMUCKER'S®
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Jif® Extra Crunchy Peanut Butter
finely grated fresh ginger
cayenne pepper, or to taste
lean ground beef or turkey
Thai hot sauce
Husband liked them more than I did. The flavors work well together but I wasn't a fan of the texture - I might try making them with smooth pb next time. Ok for a change but not something I'd want regularly.
First of all let me start with saying the flavor on this was decent. Now that is what was good about this... I am so glad I pan fried this as the burgers totally fell apart and I barely managed to scrape the patty up in one piece as it was really loose and then it totally fell apart while eating. No way would this have worked on a grill! I just don't think I would make this again it was okay but it wasn't that good. I used a thai hot peanut based sauce. Thanks for the idea though.
very tasty--love the texture of the peanuts in the burger...great twist to a Satay dish....very easy to make...would like to try out doing mini burgers and dipping it in peanut sauce for an appetizer!!!
Little nervous about making this burger...with its strange-to-me ingredient list, but this was surprisingly delicious! Made just as stated minus the cayenne cause, frankly, i just forgot it on the counter. Will definitely make again. Try this for an offbeat twist to an old favorite. Thanks!
Looking at Smucker's picture and seeing our turn outs, I'd say they are forgetting to tell us to add an egg. I'm definitely doing that next time... I added more everything minus peanut butter. Excited to tweak this a bit, good base recipe! Want to try making a ginger mayo or something like that... I noticed these cook a lot faster too, so watch them or they get too crispy....
My husband says this is a "keeper" as he wolfs down his second burger. I fully agree! Thanks!
I grilled the patties and they were dry tasteless burgers. I followed the recipe exactly and I usually have a great outcome with any 4-5 starred meals; not this one though! I Don't recommend.
These burgers are delish! I did cook them on the BBQ so they fell apart a little but it didn't change the taste one bit. I also topped my burger with bean sprouts for more of a crunch. This is probably one of the best burgers I've had in ages!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thai Peanut Burgers
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 435
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