Sujuk burger with egg and Pastirma chips
Sucuk Burger - A twist on the classic garlic sausage!
Sucuk is the classic among Turkish sausages. So why not try a burger with the flavorful garlic sausage for a change? That's exactly what we at Yayla thought, and we've brought Sucuk Patties into our product range for you. With these, you can easily create a juicy Sucuk Burger that you can customize to your taste in no time. The best part? When hunger strikes, the burger patties are quickly prepared since they are already pre-cut!
Our Sucuk Burger Patties from Yayla offer you many advantages.
- Typically spicy and hearty
- Already pre-cut and quickly prepared
- Suitable for grilling and pan-frying
- Versatile for various uses
- Ready in 4 minutes (2 minutes on each side)!
- ... And delicious in a sandwich too
We recommend preparing the Sucuk Burger with a tasty egg and mild cheese for even more flavor. Prefer a vegetarian option? Our recipe is also a treat with grilled cheese instead of the Sucuk patty!
Our Sucuk Burger recipe is easy to replicate and is a hit at the next barbecue party or when dining with friends. Why not give our recipe a try right away and customize it to your taste with lettuce, tomato, or other ingredients?
|wafer-thin slices of Pastirma (air-dried cured beef with spicy edge)
|Sucuk patties (air-dried and strongly seasoned raw sausage made of beef)
|slices of Kaşar cheese (mild, semi-hard cheese made of cow’s milk) some chopped parsley
|1 pinch of
|1 pinch of
|1 pinch of
|chilli flakes (pul biber)
|Salça (mild tomato puree or red pepper paste) or Acuka paste (Red pepper and walnut paste)
Place Pastirma in a frying pan, cover with baking paper and lay a pan on top to weigh it down. Fry over a low heat for 4-5 minutes until crispy. Place on a paper towel and allow to cool. Place 4 serving rings (about 8-10 cm diameter) in a pan (or a smooth griddle) and warm gently.
Break an egg into each serving ring and leave to become firm for a few minutes. Then depending on how you want it, carefully loosen the serving ring and season with salt, pepper and chilli flakes.
Grill Sucuk patties in a grooved griddle (or on the barbecue) for about 2 minutes on both sides. In the meantime, warm the halved burger buns for 2-3 minutes. On the bottom burger bun, first lay a slice of cheese then the Sucuk patty, an egg, a crispy slice of Pastirma (can be crumbled if you like) and some parsley if desired. Spread some Salça on the top burger bun and place on top of the bottom burger bun. Serve immediately.
Tomato slices, lettuce leaves or other ingredients are optional and can be added if desired.Fans of vegetarian cuisine can replace the Sucuk patty with our aromatic Kashkaval barbecue cheese.