Easy and Quick Teriyaki Burgers with Wasabi Mayo

3 minutes
May 23, 2022
Andi Gleeson

This Teriyaki Burger with Wasabi Mayo Recipe is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Private Selection. All opinions are 100% mine.

Who doesn’t love a good burger? There is nothing more satisfying than a juicy cheeseburger, especially if it’s hot off a grill! Speaking of grills, I’m going to tell you how you can enter for a chance to win a brand new Weber grill a little later in this post, so keep reading!

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Asian Teriyaki Burgers Recipe with Wasabi Mayo

As much as I love a good ol’ American burger with cheese, mustard, ketchup, and pickles, today I want to bring you a new idea. Why not bring Asian flavors to your next cookout with Teriyaki Burgers with Wasabi Mayo? These burgers are fun and simple to make, and the fusion of American and Japanese flavors makes for one tasty sandwich.

To make these Asian-inspired burgers, just pick up the following ingredients (You can find Private Selection® brand meats and other products at Kroger and their affiliated stores like Ralphs, Fred Meyer, and others. (Use this Store Locator to find one near you.):

  • Unseasoned Private Selection® frozen beef patties
  • Bottled teriyaki basting sauce
  • Mayonnaise (I prefer reduced fat)
  • Wasabi paste
  • Cucumbers, radishes, lettuce, or other toppings to suit your fancy
Teriyaki Burgers with Wasabi Mayo

How to Make Teriyaki Burgers with Wasabi Mayo

Simply baste each side of the patty with teriyaki sauce while it grills, slather wasabi mayo on the bun (start with 1 tsp. wasabi paste per 1/2 c. mayo and adjust to taste), and add thinly sliced cucumbers, radishes, or lettuce. You’ll love the sweet-spicy combo!

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Now I want to know your favorite way to make burgers, and I’m not the only one. If you tell the folks at Private Selection® Burger Nation your ideas, they will buy you dessert!

Just head over to the Burger Nation Sweepstakes, and share your burger recipe ideas to get a coupon for a freemason jar dessert. These tasty treats come in 10 flavors including Cherry Crumble, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Brownie, and Salted Caramel Cheesecake (yes, please)!

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After you add your location and burger creation, your pin will be added to the Burger Nation map. Others can see what kind of burgers make your corner of the world special! 

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While you are there, you can also enter to win a Weber® E-670 gas grill! Even better, you can enter once daily, so keep trying! (Be sure to check out the Official Rules for more contest details.)

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Andi Gleeson, food blogger

Andi Gleeson

Andi Gleeson is a passionate blogger and mom based in San Francisco who focuses on easy and delicious dinner recipes.


10 years ago

I love wasabi, and that’s a great idea adding it to mayo! I really don’t care for mayo much unless it’s flavored, so this sounds great!

10 years ago

I don’t eat plain mayo very often either, but I can’t resist anything once it’s spicy :) Thank you!

Carol at Wild Goose Tea
10 years ago

I get a little twitchy when I see the word Wasabi. You see I had my first experience with it about 10 yrs ago when I was getting brave about going to a sushi bar—I thought you could pick up men there and not have to drink beer—-kidding. Anyway I got my order and—-this is embarrassing to admit—-I thought the soft green stuff was guacamole. Now why or why I would think they would serve that in a sushi bar—well we won’t go there. Sooooooo I took a generous dollop on m bite of sushi and ended up having ‘another world’ experience. And of course made a fool of myself with my friends, but they were used to it. Plus how often do you get to have a really good belly laugh.

10 years ago

Ha! My husband did the exact same thing with wasabi the first time he had sushi! Glad you survived ;)

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