5-spice sliders

This is an absolutely beautiful variant of the pork fillet, which is seasoned with Chinese 5-spice seasoning . You can buy it in all Asian stores or you can make it yourself. The recipe is enough for approx. 8 sliders (burgers).

Pork fillet:

800 g pork fillet

1 finely chopped clove of garlic

3 tablespoons honey

2 teaspoons fish sauce (possibly a bouillon cube)

1 teaspoon Chinese 5 spices

1 ts pepper

2 tablespoons water

Trim the pig for tendons. Mix the rest of the ingredients for a marinade and leave the pork fillet in it for 1 hour at room temperature or overnight in the fridge.

Grill the pork fillet on the grill until the core temperature is 70 degrees, for pink or 76 degrees for overcooked.

You can also take it in the oven. Then brown it quickly on all sides in a frying pan with a little butter. Then it is placed in a refractory form and baked at 125 degrees until the core temperature is 70 degrees, for pink or 76 degrees for cooked through.

Let the meat rest for at least 5 minutes before cutting into thin slices.

Spicy yoghurtdressing:

2.5 dl Greek yogurt

1 clove finely chopped garlic

1-2 tablespoons chili sauce or Siracha

Salt and pepper

Stir everything and season with salt and pepper and other spices to taste. Set cold until used.

Spread some of the dressing over the bottoms of the burgers. Add a little salad and add slices of pork fillet. Add peppers and possibly. other vegetables you fancy, such as red onion strips and cucumber. Pour over a little more dressing and add some coriander. Add the top half of the burgers and serve.

The burgers can be bought ready-made, or you can bake them yourself, it is very simple and tastes much better. You can find the recipe here