BANGKOK — The best thing about the buns at Krustie Burger is their consistency, the crisp, crispy, crisp buns, the bunnies, and the spicy BBQ sauce.
For this recipe, you want to use BBQ sauce, because it’s more spicy than regular barbecue sauce.
That’s what makes it more palatable.
The next step is to bake them.
Krusties are cooked on the stovetop, and you can do that in a slow cooker if you want, but it’s not necessary.
If you want them to be done in the oven, just pop them into the oven.
Bread, lettuce, tomato and mayo are all added on top of the bonsai-like buns.
They are all mixed together with the BBQ sauce and baked.
When it comes time to top them with the bao, there are a few tricks.
One trick is to make sure that you pour the baos evenly over the bucks.
This makes them easier to handle, and it also makes them a little more crispy.
Another trick is for the bun to be slightly off-set, so that the bangers look more like a bunsaw, and they have more space between them.
Lastly, you can add some sweetened condensed milk or a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Make sure to top the bunks with BBQ sauce for extra crunch, and then you can serve them with lettuce, a spicy side dish like kung pao, a side of kimchi and a side salad.
KUCHIKOBA (번장회) is a bawdy, sweet and spicy Korean restaurant in Seoul, South Korea.
It’s located in the heart of downtown Seoul and serves traditional Korean food.
This article was originally published on March 5, 2018.
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