Burger Steak

Burger Steak or hamburger steak is a popular fast food menu in the Philippines. Flavorful burger patties (usually made from beef) are pan fried and topped with gravy and sliced button mushrooms.

Although this looks similar to Salisbury steak, there are some differences in the ingredients and composition which gives this dish the right to have a name of its own.

Even if this is not an authentic Filipino food, it has been well accepted and became part of the menu of most Filipinos. This might be attributed to the sheer marketing campaign of a well known fast food chain or simply because of its delicious taste.

Unlike others who serve mashed potato or macaroni and cheese, rice is the most popular side dish for this meal when you are in the Philippines.

What is it that you like most about burger steaks? Do you usually have this in your regular menu?

Burger Steak

Burger Steak Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 lbs ground beef
  • 1 pack onion soup and dip mix (or 1/4 cup condensed French onion soup)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup bread crumbs
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1 piece raw egg
  • 3/4 cup button mushrooms, sliced
  • 2 cups KFC style gravy
  • 1/4 cup water (this is not needed if condensed French onion soup is used)

Watch the cooking video:

Cooking Procedure

  1. Combine onion soup and dip mix with water and mix well. Set aside.
  2. Combine ground beef, salt, ground black pepper, mixture of water and onion soup and dip mix, breadcrumbs, and egg. Mix thoroughly to distribute the ingredients properly.
  3. Divide the mixture into individual serving pieces and create a burger patty with each piece. This can be done by rolling the mixture into balls and flatten them on an even surface.
  4. Heat a frying pan or skillet and put-in the patties. Cook each side for 3 to 3 1/2 minutes. Continue doing this step until all of the patties are cooked. Set aside.
  5. Remove excess oil from the same frying pan or skillet where the patties were cooked.
  6. Sauté the sliced mushrooms for 2 minutes then add the gravy and stir. Cook the gravy for another minute.
  7. Transfer the burger patties to a serving plate and top with KFC style gravy with mushrooms.
  8. Serve. Share and enjoy!

Number of servings (yield): 4

  
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Comments

  1. i’m super excited to try this recipe…sa mga nkagawa na po nito, for how many persons/ no. of servings ang recipe na to? thank u!

  2. gulaysk says:

    Hi Vanj! What would be a good substitute for the onion soup and dip mix? Wala kasi akong makitang ganito dito sa Pinas. I’d really like to cook this for my kid though.

    I don’t really cook so I’m quite a newbie. Would like to give cooking a shot though. Looking forward to your answer.

    Thanks!

  3. panu po ba gumawa ng gravy ? tnxz ?

  4. This recipe is good! My american and jewish patients loved it. Pair with mashed potatoes and brown gravy it’s a delight! Thanks for sharing this recipe

  5. hi!
    recipe is great!
    this is good for how many persons po?
    your recipes do not indicate po kasi kung pang ilang tao yung food.
    thanks!

  6. Hi, cant find onion soup mix and dip(i just google it and found it was lipton brand). What ive got here in australia is just a french onion soup mix, pede po kaya ito?

  7. How do you make the kfc style gravy?

  8. Christina says:

    great recipe…I have tasted also that of Jollibees version..but I suggested that the picture of the burger steak posted above would be great if you include vegetables to enhance the beauty of the picture…like tomatoes,brocolli,carrots and potato to add a burst of color to the picture above.

  9. kuya how come yung gravy n ginamit m dito s burger steak looked thicker and lighter in color compared dun s link nung actual recipe ng KFC style gravy? ok lng po b mgdagdag ng cream of mushroom soup?

  10. Baby Peanut says:

    It was delicious burgersteak & the kfc style gravy are the perfect combination for this receipe. It taste the same as the jollibee burgersteak. :)

  11. ano pong ibig niong sabihin sa dip mix?

  12. jessmiyc says:

    ilan piraso nagagawa sa 1 1/2 lbs?

  13. hi ate..hindi ko kasi ma-open yung about sa recipe ng kfc style gravy..pano po ba un?thanks po :)

  14. I so loved the taste! thank you!!!

  15. Thanks for this recipe! I love love love burger steak.
    cheers

  16. Leticia Logan says:

    Hi! Vanjo I’ve been visiting your website always,at marami na akong kopya ng recipe mo..to describe it.. your website is superb and recipes are very easy to follow. Thanks a lot! at last may recipe na rin ako ng burger steak and KFC gravy..More power..

  17. Sin Soriano says:

    tanong ko lang po kung anong bread crumbs ginamit mo sa recipe na to?

  18. oooppsss..may nkalimutan aq…Thank you nga po pla s recipe!!!!! ^_^

    p.s
    kuya, ano po pangremedyo dun s butter-y na flavor? iba2 po ba tlga ung tapang ng lasa ng butter..sinunod q nmn po ung recipe eh..sakto po 3 tbsp

    • Hi Nesty, if you feel that its too buttery try decreasing the butter to half. Hope this helps.

    • hi nesty! mangengealam ako ha? hehehe! ano ba yung brand na ginamit mo? depende kasi sa brand ng butter eh. yung dito kasi sa atin sa pinas,may kakaibang lasa, after trying & testing most butter na available satin, i found that queensland is my best bet. u might want to try.

      jan, onion soup is not available in the Philippines. i went to all duty free shops in Clark, grabe, didn’t find any, may it be in can or yung dried tulad ng gamit ni sir vanjo. i did my own onion soup & it’s perfect! just find some recipe for onion soup sa net…

      sir vanjo, i have a picky eater & she only eats “the famous’ food chain’s” burger steak that’s why i tried this, the first time i tasted it these are the words that came from my mouth: holy smokes! onion soup lang pala ang sikreto ng J——e!!! hahaha! thanks so much for this wonderful recipe, love it!!

      • after ko daw magcomment naisip ko, nasa pinas ka nga nesty?? hahaha! nagsuggest daw ako d ko alam kung dito ka o sa ibang bansa :-p

      • Hi Lianne, thanks for helping me answer the other questions :)

        I’m glad that you liked the burger steak. See you around!

      • pasensya na po at pakealamera talaga ako…hehehe!

        ay, not just me, even my daughter loved it! she ate it for dinner then took some to school for lunch. ;) i love your site talaga…

      • Not a problem, Lianne. I appreciate people who help me answer some questions since di ko talaga masagot lahat ng tanong dahil medyo kulang sa time.

        Thats nice, mabuti at nagustuhan din ng daughter mo. Next time yung chicken naman nila ang gagawin natin :)

      • Thank you po sa suggestion!!! Prince Butter po ung ginamit ko, pro ittry ko ung Queensland paguwi q..Dito po ako New York..But I bought my Onion Soup by mistake, I really thought it was something else..Mganda dn pla ung nagkakamali paminsan-minsan..^_^

      • ask ko lng po sana if ano po mas preferable na gamitin sa butter salted or non-salted sa paggawa ng garavy? o ok nman po kahit ano? pls reply po….thanks

  19. full_gurls says:

    kuya ilang tablespon sa 1/2 cup n bread crumbs?d kc ako maruning mag measure hehheheh.ty kuya

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