Feijoada Pork Burger
My experience living in Brazil inspired this pork burger. It deconstructs feijoada, the Brazilian national dish of black beans and assorted meats, a simple description of a dish that can take days to prepare. Build your own: For the best flavor, cook the black beans yourself. And while you are at it, make extra. Scoop out 2 cups worth, drain them well, and use them for the Southwestern Bean Burger on page 93 of the book. You can, of course, use canned beans.
from Burger Bar: Build Your Own Ultimate Burgers by Hubert Keller with Penelope Wisner
Full recipe: Feijoada Burger
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