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Total Time
50mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 20 mins

This is my submission for the first Ready-Set-Cook in 2002. I admit the slaw on the burger seems a bit weird, but it's really great. The noodle salad is kind of a knock off of my favorite dish! All in all this was a pretty quick meal to make.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Burgers: Mix the tamari, sugar, garlic and ginger together.
  2. Pour about 1/2 of the sauce into the hamburger, mix gently.
  3. Form into 4 patties and top each with a spoonful of the sauce.
  4. Grill for about 4 minutes on each side, turning once.
  5. Brush on more sauce as you grill.
  6. Slaw: Mix the first 4 ingredients until well combined.
  7. Add the bacon, peanuts and coleslaw and mix until well coated.
  8. Noodle Salad: Boil some water in a medium saucepan, cook the ramen until tender, remove from the water In a saute pan, saute the broccoli in some oil until cooked through.
  9. Mix the last 7 ingredients in a small bowl until combined, pour over the broccoli and stir until it is heated through Add the noodles and toss.
  10. Serve the burgers on toasted rolls with a good sized helping of slaw on top of the burger, don't forget your side of noodle salad!
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I was unable to participate in the July 4th Cookathon since I had chosen to be part of an Emergency Services team on standby for local celebratory events. So on July 5th, I killed two birds – Cookathon and “Ready, Set, Cook!” – with one recipe, and this one was my lucky choice. The ginger and soy gave the burgers a delicious “oomph” but, for some reason, the ginger just didn’t seem to fit in with the salad. And the peanut butter and peanuts, while noticeably tasty in the slaw/burgers, just didn’t hit it off in the salad - I think perhaps it was more because of the texture rather than the taste. The slaw on the burgers was not in the slightest bit “weird” – hardly different from having a burger with slaw on the side! So the final verdict is that the burgers were definitely first-class and a most worthy contest entry, but it’s back to the drawing board with the salad.