Recipe for Quinoa Veggie Burger Recipe

Recipe Ingredients:
1 1/2 c  quinoa (cooked)
2/3 c  hummus OR 1/2 cup mashed cooked chickpeas 2 tbsp water
2 tbsp  tomato paste
2 tbsp  ground flaxseed meal
1 tbsp  soy sauce OR liquid aminoa
1 tsp  dried basil leaf
1/2 tsp  dried thyme leaf
1/2 tsp  ground cumin seed
1 tsp  ground coriander seed
1/2 Tsp  paprika
1/2 Tsp  garlic powder
2 Tbsp  brown rice powder or vital wheat gluten
  salt & pepper to taste

Cooking Directions:
1.  Heat a non-stick frying pan on medium low.

2.  Dry roast the cumin, coriander, paprika and garlic powder, stirring 5 minutes. Blend all ingredients in a bowl or food processor.

3.  Divide burger mix into 8 equal portions and form into 3 inch patties.

4.  Fry in a little oil on medium heat, 5-10 minutes each side, until browned and firm.

5.  To freeze uncooked, place the patties between sheets of wax paper on a baking sheet and freeze. Store in a freezer bag or plastic container and cook as needed (thaw in fridge or microwave).

    Basil Basil
Egyptian basil leaves are prominently featured in varied cuisines throughout the world including Italian, Thai, Vietnamese and Laotian. It is a great addition to any sauce, stew, salad, and even sprinkled on cheese.

Granulated Garlic Granulated Garlic
Dried garlic that is granulated. This makes an easy addition to any dish that requires the wonderful flavor of garlic.

Ground Coriander Ground Coriander
Ground Coriander is traditional in desserts and sweet pastries as well as in curries, meat, and seafood dishes in South America, India, the Mediterranean, and Africa. Add it to stews and marinades for a unique flavor.

Ground Cumin Ground Cumin
Ground cumin is used as a spice for its distinctive aroma, popular in North African, Middle Eastern, Western Chinese, Indian, Cuban and Mexican cuisine. Its distinctive flavor is due to its essential oil content. Cumin is used to season many dishes and is identified mostly with Indian and Mexican cuisine. Makes a wonderful addition to curries, tacos, enchiladas, and any Tex-Mex dishes.

Organic Chickpeas (Raw) Organic Chickpeas (Raw)
All natural organic Chickpeas. Also known as Garbanzo beans. Cook in soups or by themselves. Makes for an extremely healthy side dish.

Organic Flaxseed Meal (Gluten Free) Organic Flaxseed Meal (Gluten Free)
Flaxseed Meal is freshly milled to preserve the natural oils and nutrients. Ground flaxseeds have a nutty taste and are a noted health-giving digestive aid. They are also high in fiber and are powerful natural cholesterol controllers. In a 2 Tablespoon serving size (13 grams) the fiber content is 1.33 grams of Soluble Fiber and 2.67 grams of Insoluble Fiber. Ground Flaxseeds are a good source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids. In a 2 Tablespoon serving, there is 2400 mg of Omega 3. Keep refrigerated for freshness.

Organic Quinoa Organic Quinoa
Organic quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a light, fluffy, edible seed that feels and tastes more like a grain. Thanks to its mild, somewhat nutty and irresistible flavor, organic quinoa is an immensely popular food. But this "mother grain" is also valued for its tremendous nutritional content.

Organic Rice Flour (Brown) Organic Rice Flour (Brown)
Organic medium grain brown rice is used to make the finest organic brown rice flour.

Paprika Paprika
Paprika is a spice made from the grinding of dried sweet red bell peppers. Add it to any dish that craves the wonderful taste of peppers. It is primarily used in rice, stews, soups, and with meats.

Thyme Thyme
Whole thyme is used in many dishes. Primarily, it is used to flavor meat dishes (lamb), soups, and stews.

Wheat Gluten Wheat Gluten
Vital Wheat gluten is similar to soybean based products. This can be used to make meat substitutes such as tofu or seitan.

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