Thai Burger

Grilled beef patty with a Thai-style sun butter sauce, topped with a sweet and spicy Thai slaw on a whole wheat bun



Burger Ingredients

10 eaAdvancePierre™ Flame Grilled, Halal Certified, Beef Steak Burger, 2.0 oz.: 10000068180
10 eaWhole Wheat Bun, sliced
5 oz.Sweet Thai Chili Sauce, manufactured 


Thai-style Sun butter Sauce - 3 Tbsp.

1 ¼ CupSun butter
¼ CupLow Sodium Soy Sauce
¼ CupHoney
1 TbspGarlic Chile Sauce, (Huy Fong)
¼ CupLime Juice


Thai Slaw - ¼ Cup

1.5 CupsSlaw Mix, pre-cut 
1 Cups

Simplot Flame Roasted Pineapple and Pepper Blend #034971, thawed and drained

2 Tbsp Sriracha Sauce 
1/2 Cup Mayonnaise  
1 Tbsp. Cilantro, fresh chopped 
1 Tbsp Mint, fresh chopped 
1 Tbsp. Lime Juice (*for slaw) 
  1. Sun Butter SauceIn a bowl combine the sun butter, soy sauce, honey, garlic chile sauce, and lime juice. Hold under refrigeration until ready to serve.  Will store up to 5 days
  2. Thai Slaw: In a large bowl combine slaw mix, pineapple pepper blend, sriracha, mayo, mint, cilantro, and lime juice (*for best flavor, mix the slaw the day prior).  Slaw will hold under refrigeration for up to 3 days
  3. Lay frozen burger patties in a single layer on parchment lined sheet tray and cook for 7-8 minutes at 400°F, until internal temperature of 160°F. Hold in hot box until ready to serve.


To Build Burger:

  1. Open buns and spread 3 Tbsp. of Thai-style sun butter sauce on bottom bun.
  2. Place burger on top of bottom bun
  3. Use a 2 oz. (1/4 cup) slotted spoodle to top burger patty with Thai slaw.
  4. Drizzle 0.5 oz of sweet chili sauce over slaw and cover with top bun.

Nutrition facts for the tai burger.

Application Uses

K-12 Schools

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