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05-26-2006, 05:43 AM
I've been looking for a recipe for a kind of burger that doesnt need a dehydrator? I can't find one anywhere! Does anyone have one please ? :)
05-26-2006, 05:47 AM
You don't have to dehydrate any of them. IF you want to use it as a burger, just add more dry ingredients. Mostly I'll take a burger recipe and turn it into a wrap ~ or just eat as is. I rarely dehydrate burgers anymore.
05-26-2006, 05:53 AM
Great thanx! Only problem is I dont have a burger recipe!! lol do u have one you could share by any chance please? :) Or does anyone have one?
seren x x x
05-26-2006, 06:07 AM
alissa's carrot pecan burgers are great as a pate! :)
05-26-2006, 06:10 AM
how do you shape the burger/wrap if you don't dehydrate them? Do they stay in shape?
05-26-2006, 06:23 AM
alot of times they mush togther well enough to hold together.....
05-26-2006, 06:54 AM
Hmh, I see - but then the burger/wrap would be sort of wet right? Wouldn't give me the right burger/wrap feeling - but that's just me ;)
05-26-2006, 07:08 AM
Seren ... here is a recipe I found at fromsadtoraw.com. You should check out their recipe section, lots of good stuff! ... Shona :)
1 lb. soaked nuts
1 lb. grated carrots
1 chopped onion
1 T. sweetener (honey, banana, raisins)
1 T. oil
1-2 T. poultry (or other) seasoning
2-3 T. nutritional yeast
sea salt to taste
Process in food processor until a firm pate is achieved. If mixture is not thick enough, add dill, dried garlic, dried onion, dried parsley flakes, nutritional yeast, psyllium husk powder, ground flaxseeds.
Form into balls, cutlets, or fillets and sprinkle with a little paprika before serving. If "fishburgers" are desired, add dulse, kelp, or nori to the mixture.
- from the Boutenko family's book, "Raw Family"
05-26-2006, 07:41 AM
Thanku so much all of you!!! :D
Before I got any replies I went and experimented and came up with a pretty tasty concoction lol!!! Serves 2 (2 wraps each)
Here it is:
1 large or two small onions (white)
1.5 cups soaked nuts (mixture of cashews, walnuts, almonds and some sunflower seeds soaked about an hour)
about 3 or 4 sundried tomatoes (soaked for about an hour)
1/2 yellow pepper
handful of basil
handful of chives
whizz up in a food processer until its kind of chunky, not huge chunks, more like rice size pieces
Tomato sauce (shazzies recipe from detox your world)(makes quite a lot, you can store any leftover in the fridge for a couple of days)
6 sundried tomatoes(soaked at least two hours)
2 cups of fresh tomatoes
10 basil leaves
4 medjool dates(soaked at least two hours)
a pinch of paprika
a red (bell)pepper, deseeded and destalked
whizz it all up with a hand blender
And for the wraps, 4 sweetheart cabbage leaves.
1)Cut the thick bottoms off the cabbage leaves
2)Divide the burger mix into 4 and put each quarter in the middle of each cabbage leaf
3)Put a dollop of tomato sauce on top of each unfinished wrap
4)Fold the top of the leaf down, the the sides in to get an open ended wrap(Turn it round before you pick it up so its not upside down!!)
5) Enjoy!! :D
Love Seren x x x
05-26-2006, 08:43 AM
These recipes sound really good - thanks Seren!
05-26-2006, 09:54 AM
I had the burger/pate that Shona posted at Boutenko's Lecture and they are delicious ! Take only minutes to prepare. Joz
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