The name is derived from the name hamburger city of Hamburg, Germany, a people from Hamburg called “Hamburger”; Accordingly, anything that is derived from this city and are popular here first to have this name. (However, the name of this type of food should not be capitalized). First a ground beef cakes called “Hamburg steak” (Hamburger steak) was mentioned in an American cookbook in 1891; This dish is placed between two slices of bread, and called “sandwich Hamburg” (Hamburger sandwich). By the mid 20th century, both names were read short into “hamburger” or “burger”.
The name “burger” far broader meaning, can only sandwiches with minced meat, chicken, fish, or vegetarian dishes in the middle, but slice bread circle.
The exact origin of the hamburger is not known.
In Hamburg people often overlook one piece of pork roast in the mid 1 loaf of hot bread rolls called Rundstuck, but while it is still missing one basic thing that all present are made hamburger meat that had been cooked clamp entered the pie before. The Middle Ages, the port city of Hamburg is home to important trade between traders Arabs and Europe. One theory is widely recognized as the major Arab traders introduced Kibbeh sandwiched laced with pieces of lamb and spices are often eaten raw, but the natives had left food processing that by replacing the lamb with pork or beef, and one thing more important changes was the meat is cooked or grilled main clamp, while the cake “Hamburg Steak” or “Hamburger” has become a hot cake Rundstuck unique and get people to support.