It would make it so much easier for your rice to stick together and form a burger bun. Hamburgers in Japan are usually fast food. Put the rice bun in the air fryer, spray some oil and air-fry for 10 minutes until the surface is golden. Most or all of fast food hamburger restaurants there have Teriyaki Burgers on the menu along with more typical American burgers, like cheeseburgers. Experience this delicious sushi burger without visiting Japan! https://www.facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty/videos/2848622565418770 The recipe is pretty straightforward, so not much to explain for today’s post. Set aside on a paper towel. This is a Japanese rice burger recipe inspired by the MOS Burger “Yakiniku Rice Burger”. However, we do want to make a couple of suggestions on how to make the rice burger buns. Form the beef into 3 patties. If you can get a hold of some Japanese sushi rice, then great! (This step can also be fried in a pan until the rice bun is golden on both sides) Assemble the rice bun, lettuce, tomato, hamburger patty, Curry Mushroom Sauce, and the rice burger is ready to serve! Japanese BBQ beef marinated in Umami packed marinade, this mouth-watering Sushi burger is easy to make and perfect for pleasing a crowd. Preparation. Press ⅓ cup (75 g) of rice into the bottom of a greased 1 cup measure, then remove. The Teriyaki Burger is a popular Japanese spin on the American classic. Since we can't promise there will be a rice burger available at this year's Burger Fest, Sep 18-20 at Wangjing Walk, we decided to share a simple teriyaki chicken rice burger recipe that you can try at home. And of course, feel free to swap the teriyaki chicken for Kong Pao chicken, roasted duck, spicy craw shrimp, or anything else that you prefer. They taste good, but it is too bad not being able to see real hamburgers more often. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/217031/japanese-wafu-burger Mix together the the patty ingredients until evenly combined. In a pan over medium-high heat, fry the buns until lightly browned on both sides.