Hamburger Steak, which is essentially a hamburger patty without the bun, makes a great meal because you can easily change up the flavor by changing the sauce.
Ground or minced beef is readily available in most supermarkets and can be quickly cooked in a frying pan.
In this article, we’d like to present 6 different sauces, some sweet, some savory, some with herbal flavors, but all are great toppings for hamburger steak.
If one of them piques your interest, click the link to check out the recipe!
Red Wine Sauce for Hamburger Steak Simmered
This is a typical sauce found in Japanese homes when making hamburger steak.
The sauce is cooked in the pan together with the hamburger, which makes it easy to wash up.
All you need to do is add a little red wine and Japanese Okonomi Sauce.
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Parmesan Chili Sauce for Hamburger Steak
A flavorful sauce made with Parmesan cheese.
This rich, gravy-like sauce with a bit of heat goes great with a side of potatoes, fries etc.
When preparing the ground beef, spices like paprika and lime juice are added.
Then, the spicy juices from the hamburger create an amazingly delicious sauce.
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Tomato Basil Sauce for Hamburger Steak
This sauce uses a paste made from boiling whole tomatoes right down to the skin and peel.
Basil and oregano are added for a fresh herbal flavor.
Not only that, but the recipe incorporates coriander, Worcestershire sauce, and lime juice, for a truly full-on hamburger steak.
It also looks great, making it a wonderful choice for a dinner party.
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Country Gravy Sauce for Hamburger Steak
A rich and creamy sauce for your hamburger steak.
This hearty hamburger sauce can also be enjoyed over country fried steak with a side of biscuits.
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Brown Sugar Bourbon Sauce for Hamburger Steak
A flavorful sauce using brown sugar and bourbon.
By using bourbon, the aromas of vanilla, oak, caramel, etc. are infused into the sauce, creating a unique and delicious flavor.
The recipe also used some molasses to thicken up the sauce.
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Bearnaise Sauce for Hamburger Steak
This sauce calls for plenty of butter.
After it was first served in a restaurant in Paris in 1863, flavorful Bearnaise Sauce quickly became popular and is now a staple in many households.
The recipe in the link is for three portions.
A great choice for dinner with family and friends.