Fall Flavor for your Burger? Recipe for ART Burger Sushi's Walnut Chutney
According to a ranking by Spoon University, the ART Burger at Myrtle Beach’s ART Burger Sushi Bar is the best burger in the state of South Carolina. At the risk of sounding a little biased, I'd have to agree.
The restaurant’s namesake – like all its dishes – is artfully prepared. It's a ground beef patty stacked high with thick-sliced bacon, marinated red onions and blue cheese crumbles on a memorably branded ART bun. And yet the star is perhaps the most unexpected part of the dish: warm walnut chutney.
This burger gives art a whole new meaning! So why keep your taste buds waiting? Come on down to Myrtle Beach to take advantage of some incredible fall travel deals, or whip some up at home for your next backyard barbeque.
ART Burger Sushi Bar’s Walnut Chutney
1 lb walnuts
2-3 garlic cloves
1 T apple cider vinegar
¼ Granny Smith apple, chopped
¼ large yellow onion, chopped
1 t ginger powder
1 ½ t ground cinnamon
¼ t salt
½ lb brown sugar
4 T butter
Add walnuts to food processor and pulse to a medium-fine texture. Set aside.
Add garlic, apple cider vinegar, apple, onion, ginger, cinnamon and salt to food processor and pulse fine. Combine the apple/onion mixture with the butter and brown sugar in a pot on the stove. Bring to boil over medium heat until brown sugar dissolves.
Remove from heat and add walnuts. Serve warm or place in a covered dish to refrigerate.