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Alexa Matthews


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Have vou ever seen how rice rolls are made?! Had the most fun making dim sum today at Jing Fong for this week's #StrEATTalk - one of NYC's oldest and very best traditional dim sum parlors where the carts are flowing and each dish is more exciting then the next. #EATINGNYC
#RecipeRemake - 🍔 EMMY BURGER 🍔!!!!!!! One of my all time favorites @pizzalovesemily @emmysquaredpizza

Here’s what you’ll need for 4 burgers:

For the Burgers:
24 oz dry-aged burger meat (I used @patlafrieda )
4 slices of sharp white cheddar cheese
4 pretzel buns
2 tablespoons melted butter
2 white onions, thinly sliced
Salt and pepper
Olive oil

For Emmy Sauce:
3 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
1/4 cup gochujang
2 cloves of minced garlic
1 tsp sesame seeds
1/2 up mayonnaise (I used Kewpie Japanese mayo)

1. In a heated saucepan, caramelize onions. Simmer on low for 40 minutes.
2. Separately, combine sugar and rice wine vinegar in a heated sauce pan on low, until sugar is dissolved.
3. Then, add in your gochujang, garlic and sesame. Combine 1/4 cup of this sauce with 1/2 cup mayo to create your Emmy Sauce!
4. Generously season burgers with salt and pepper and cook on medium, about 4 minutes each side. Cook 2-3 minutes longer if you like your burger more well done.
5. Add a slice of cheese to each burger and a splash of water to you sauce pan. Cover and let cook for another minute, allowing the cheese to melt.
6. Once burgers are done, butter your buns and toast.
7. Build your burger! Season both sides of your bun with Emmy sauce, add your burger and top with caramelized onions.

So excited to be a part of @NearEastProducts Show Us Your Side Hustle Series! Their products have been a household staple for as long as I can remember, so working with this brand has been so amazing. The step-by-step recipe is now live on their website: https://www.NearEast.com/Side-Hustle

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