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      Danish Burger

      DANISH BURGER

      (I created this burger to honor my Danish heritage)

      Traditional Danish ingredients meet in a whole new way

      For the frikadeller:

      2 pounds ground sirloin
      1 small onion, finely minced (divided)
      ¼ cup bread crumbs
      ¼ teaspoon pepper
      1 teaspoon salt
      ½ teaspoon nutmeg
      ½ cup half and half

      For the remoulade:

      ½ cup mayonnaise
      ¼ cup sweet pickle relish
      1 teaspoon curry powder
      ½ teaspoon dry mustard
      1 teaspoon onion, finally minced

      The bun:

      6 multi-grain buns

      For the toppings:

      6 ounces Havarti cheese, cut into six equal slices
      1 cup of finely shredded red cabbage


      Mix frikadeller ingredients together (reserving 1 teaspoon onion for remoulade) in medium bowl. Form into six equally-sized patties. Refrigerate.

      Mix all remoulade ingredients together in small bowl. Refrigerate.

      Preheat gas grill on high for five minutes. Place burgers on grill, close lid and cook on high for five minutes. Turn, close lid and cook for four minutes.
      Place cheese on top of burgers. Place buns on top rack. Close lid and cook for one minute or until cheese is melted.

      To assemble:

      Spread bottom of bun with remoulade. Pile red cabbage on remoulade. Place meat patty on top of the cabbage and put the bun top on.

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      How great to have someone of danish heritage around! Not sure about the homemade remoulade though...think you have to come to DK to get the real thing! lol

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      My mom is danish, growing up, we had frikadeller regularly... we had Elbeskiver alot as well, i will post that recipe..

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      Ębleskiver...really good too. But mainly for Christmas I believe.


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      How about leverpolse?? is that how its spelled? one of my fav's with fit, and beets, on pumperknickle bread

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      Garmer,

      Trust me on the remoulade. It's good!

      My great-grandfather was the master gardener at Hesselagergaard on Fyn. The Baron Blixon-Fineke's live there now. I visited them on my last trip. My grandmother came to the US in the 1920's with her brother who was escaping from a girl he impregnated. I've been to Denmark several times and I think even my blood feels at home there.

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