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Mika's Open-Face Korean Hamburgers

Mika's Open-Face Korean Hamburgers created by Mika G.

My family loves these very flavorful burgers and I love them because they are so easy! Great for a weeknight dinner. We have them with rice, kimchi and mandu but you can have them with just chips too.

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directions

  • Combine first 9 ingredients and set aside.
  • Place separated and opened buns on a cookie sheet. (making 16 open-faced buns).
  • With a butter knife place the raw hamburger mixture very thinly on buns.
  • Sprinkle sesame seeds on top hamburger mixture.
  • Bake at 350 for 20 minutes or until hamburger looks cooked.
  • Broil for a few minutes to crisp and brown.
  • Serve!
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"My family loves these very flavorful burgers and I love them because they are so easy! Great for a weeknight dinner. We have them with rice, kimchi and mandu but you can have them with just chips too."
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  1. Mika G.
    Mika's Open-Face Korean Hamburgers Created by Mika G.
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  2. Mika G.
    My family loves these very flavorful burgers and I love them because they are so easy! Great for a weeknight dinner. We have them with rice, kimchi and mandu but you can have them with just chips too.
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