Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

Something different to banish burger burn-out! You can substitute lean ground pork, chicken or beef. Adapted from a China Boy recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients and shape into four patties.
  2. Grill or boil to desired doneness.
  3. Serve with additional hoisin sauce or sweet chili sauce instead of ketchup.
Most Helpful

These were really good burgers. I love burgers, but do get bored of plain old beef burgers with no pizzazz. These fixed that! I love the soy/hoisin sauce flavors. I switch to garlic salt and onion powder, but don't think that made a difference in any way. Thanks for posting this easy, tasty recipe!

Chef Jean August 28, 2008

Great burgers that take very little time to put together. Instead of ground turkey I used ground round and dark molasses for the hoisin sauce. The chow mein noodles do not stay crunchy when the burgers are cooked but add a nicer texture and flavor than bread crumbs. I did increase the garlic powder to 1/2 teaspoon. Served with racrgal's Mom's Rice Casserole and green beans. Made and reviewed for the Asian Forums Use Your Noodle Tag Game.

lauralie41 August 10, 2008

Very easy with tasty results. I used lean ground beef instead of turkey. I also used hoisin sauce. The chow mein noodles weren't crunchy once the burgers were cooked but I didn't see it as a negative. Both DH, DS and his friend "scarfed" them down. Will definitely make again. Could be made into small meatballs and serve with rice noodles. :yummy:

Leslulu August 01, 2008