Hiba is a Japanese hamburger with a thick cut of beef that’s been made by boiling the lean meat in water.
In the US, the burger has been known as Hiba because of its leaner, lower-fat content, but it’s also known for its spicy taste.
The dish has long been the staple of the Okinawan culture, with a hibachi being the signature dish.
Now, Hiba beef is being made with pork, pork fat and fish oil, which adds a spicy and flavorful flavor to the traditional Japanese hamburgers.
The result is a thick, juicy burger that can be served with rice, steamed vegetables and rice pilaf.
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