Better Than M*D Shrimp Burger with Homemade Tartar Sauce

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Better Than M*D Shrimp Burger with Homemade Tartar Sauce


Cooking Time

Preparation Time :15 Min

Cook Time : 15 Min

Total Time : 30 Min


Serves : 3
  • 300 gms for prawn patty:uncooked frozen peeled prawn (200g finely chopped/blend 100g cut into chunk)

  • 1 tsp salt

  • 1 tsp sugar

  • 1 tbsp cornflour

  • 1 dash pepper

  • 50 gms for coating of patty: breadcrumbs

  • 50 gms for tartar sauce: mayonnaise

  • 6 tsp sweet relish (drained)

  • 1 tsp sugar

  • 1 tsp lemon juice

  • 1 tsp dijon mustard

  • 3 nos for burger:burger buns (slice into half, lightly brush with butter and toast for 5 mins 180 degree celsius insides of the bun facing up)

  • 3 nos slices of processed cheese

  • 1 nos oil spray for spraying the patty


  • Making the Shrimp Patty: Finely chop/blend (add in a blender) 200g of the prawn into paste and the other 100g just cut into chunks
  • Transfer the prawn into a large mixing bowl and add all the seasonings required for the patty
  • Mix until well combine and mold the prawn into burger size patty (Rub some oil on hand or use disposable glove for easier molding)
  • Put the ready mold patty on a tray lined with baking paper sprayed with oil to prevent sticking
  • Coating the Patty: Prepare a shallow plate with breadcrumbs
  • Then coat the ready-mold patty evenly with breadcrumbs
  • AirFry the Patty (Preheat airfryer at 200 degree celsius for 5 mins
  • Transfer the breaded patties to the airfryer grill pan or basket
  • Lightly spray the patties with oil or brush with oil and air fry for 10 mins in preheated airfryer
  • Stacking the Burgers: Place the half-sliced burger bun on a tray for easy assembling
  • Top with 1 slice of cheese, then the patty, follow by lettuces and finally with a dollop of tartar sauce
  • Finish with the lid of the burger buns
  • Repeat the same for all the burgers
  • Homemade Tartar Sauce: Add all the ingredients for the tartar sauce in a mixing bowl and mix until well combine