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Chinese yam is commonly cooked in soups (such as lotus root soup) but it can also be stir-fried with vegetables or meat or even making Patties !
- 60 g Chinese Yam
- 150 g Minced Beef
- 150 g Minced Pork
- 20 g Egg White
- 2 tbsp Bread Crumb
- 1 tbsp Homemade Japanese Miso
- 1 tbsp Mirin
- 1/2 tsp Grated Ginger
- 1 tbsp Minced Fresh Basil
- Ground White Pepper
1. Peel skin of Chinese yam and grate it with a grater. (Leave top part of skin, then easy to grate and easy to hold it)
2. In a hand blender, minced beef and pork first. Add grated Chinese yam, egg white, bread crumb, miso, mirin, grated ginger, basil and white pepper. Mix all the ingredients together with the hand blender until sticky. Divided into 8 portions
3. Wash your hands and keep both hands wet so the the patties won’t stick to your hands. Toss each portion of the mixture between your hands about 10 times to release the air inside the mixture. This will prevent the patties from breaking while cooking.
4. Heat 2 tsp oil in a frying pan over medium heat and place the patties down gently. Cook the patties for about 3 ~ 4 minutes and do not flip until nicely brown. Flip the patties and cover to cook for another 4 ~5 minutes, or until the meat inside is cooked through. Ready to serve.
- You can make whole beef or pork
- I will recommend to minced meat with your own blender because it is not easy to recognised the freshness of minced meat sold at supermarket. The meat is best freeze to half frozen ( could be cut by a knife ) to prevent loosing moisture. The meat combines well together and taste chewy and elastic.
- Some people may cause allergies and itching when they touch the peeled Chinese yam. Wear gloves when handling. If you accidentally touch cause skin irritation, you may clean your skin with white vinegar