Yesterday, I wrote of McDonald’s Cheeseburger in the entry The Great McDonald’s Cheeseburger Controversy. I was going to put into that entry something about Boca Burger being a favorite of mine, , even though some people postulate that Boca Burgers are not food. However, I neglected to make the reference to Boca Burgers before I hit the publish key. I could have gone right back into my blog entry and did one of those edit deals, but decided to wait and put my preference and reference of Boca Burgers here, instead. If you are interested in doing something different with your Boca Burger, take a look at these Boca Burger recipes.
Now, then the truth be known I love Maui and will be travelling there again very soon. S-o-o-o-o, let’s do an entry on how to make a Maui Burger. Here goes:
- 1 King’s Hawaiian Sandwich Bun
- 1 (8 oz.) Angus hamburger
- shichimi aioli (recipe below)
- your favorite teriyaki sauce
- 1 slice American cheese
- 2 oz. thinly sliced Maui or Vidalia onion
- 2 slices tomato
- 1 slice pineapple
- 1 leaf lettuce
- pickles and olives to garnish
- Place hamburger patty on grill to desired doneness.
- Toast King’s Hawaiian Sandwich Bun on grill.
- Toast pineapple slice on grill.
- To assemble burger, spread shichimi aioli on each slice of roll; between buns, place hamburger, which has been brushed with teriyaki sauce, then add cheese, tomato slices, lettuce pineapple, and onion.
- Serve with pickles and olives. Shichimi Aioli
- 2 tbsp. mayonnaise
- 1/4 tsp. shichimi togarashi (Japanese red pepper condiment, available in Asian grocery stores)
Makes 1 serving.
For more delicious King’s Hawaiian eats, take a look at King’s Hawaiian Recipes.
Hey, I have written about Maui many, many times. Here are just three of my Maui writings from earlier this year:
Maui Is Calling Out To Me, Posted on February 5, 2012.
Aloha Spirit in Arizona and in Maui, Posted on March 10, 2012.
Moving To Kihei. Good-bye, Arizona. Good-bye, Ohio. Aloha, Hawaii., Posted on March 20, 2012.