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08-20-2006, 01:41 AM
Mexi Mushroom Burgers
2 portabella Mushrooms
1 C Walnuts
┬Ż C Sunflower Seeds
┬╝ C Onion
┬╝ C Red Bell Pepper
┬╝ C Carrots
1/8 C Cilantro
1/8 C Parsley
. 1 Jalape├▒o
1 Clove Garlic
Pinch of Salt, Cumin
Grind everything in the Food Processor to any consistency you like, I prefer them a little chunky. Form into 3 inch patties & dehydrate for 6 to 12 hours*. At 100 degrees
Put between lettuce leaves with tomato, onion, avocado, etc goes great with raw pickles & raw mustard.
Makes about 10 burgers
08-20-2006, 09:57 AM
Ooooooo that does sound good I love mexican flavored food so i will certainly have to try these, thank you so much for posting this recipe.
Take Care Blessings Karen
08-20-2006, 12:33 PM
Thanks Karen I hope you love them.
I was just thinkin topped with fresh guacamole and pico de gallo would be awesome.
2 diced tomatoes
1/2 chopped onion
1 jalaepeno minced
1/2 clove fresh garlic
1/2 bunch fresh cilantro
celtic sea salt to taste
squeeze of lime
Pico is easy:
4 chopped tomatoes........to get seeds out cut them in half light squeeze and shake into a trash can or compost bucket........seeds will fly out
1 diced onion
2 minced jalepenos
1/2 buch chopped cilantro
Celtic sea salt & pepper to taste
squeeze of lime
these are basic recipes I did when i managed a mexican restaurant in Oregon a few years back
variation to change pico to mango salsa is add that pico recipe to 6 diced mangos..............DEEEEEEEEEEELICIOUS
I HOPE YOU LOVE THEM!!!!!!
08-20-2006, 12:45 PM
Healthisraw1, thank you for posting the additions to this recipe I will have to try then. I know you said you were a chef, are these your creations?. They sound soooooooooo delish YUM!!!!! thanks again.
08-20-2006, 05:59 PM
yes Karen they are mine, if I ever post anyone else's recipes if I know where they came from Ill post their name.................if unkown I guess ill put recipe from uknown.
I get many ideas from what I have made in my cooking world, and many from my 17 years as a vegetarian recreating meatlike textures.
I still have much to learn and want to spend some time in the next few years going to workshops and getting certified.
I just walked 6 miles, its a beautiful day in Aberdeen today 68 and sunny, The river was glistening and seaguls were playing. They look like they have so much fun.
HOPE YOU HAD A GRATEFUL DAY
PEACE ALWAYS BILL
08-20-2006, 06:16 PM
The burgers sound great, but I'm confused as to why they're called mushroom burgers when there's no mushrooms
08-20-2006, 06:18 PM
must have cut off the first line of the recipe.
2 portabella Mushrooms
so sorry thank you for noticing.......................
08-20-2006, 06:21 PM
LOL....Good I kept re-reading thinking I was missing something and then I thought maybe it was a texture thing...I'm gonna try these
08-20-2006, 06:30 PM
Bill I was sure they were your creations as you are a chef and from the sounds of you recipes a very good one too I am sure you have alot of clientel, wow 17yrs thats excellent my brother has been chefing since he left College so about 10yrs I would guess. I think cooking and creating dishes is a never ending learning experience as is life, just go with it and be creative. Once again i wish you muich luck getting certified, you will be a great inspiration to your students of the future. Your walk sounds wonderful thank you for the mental picture.
Blessings to you
08-25-2006, 04:33 PM
Bill I just have to say a huge THANK YOU :D for this recipe it is absolutely fantastic it has just the right combination of flavours, perfect, YUM!!!!!. So once again THANK YOU for sharing. Hope all is going well with the fast? Take care.
Blessings to you
08-25-2006, 06:28 PM
thanks for this great recipe -- made them and they were a big hit!!!
you might want to edit your original post to include the mushrooms in case someone tries the recipe before reading the whole thread! :)
08-26-2006, 01:52 AM
thanks for sharing folks! Sounds yummy~
08-26-2006, 08:50 AM
i cant wait to make them again, i dont dehydrate much i am not a very patient person. Gotta learn to make things at night and use sllep at the time they need to finish.
my fast was broken last night after 7 days, i ate some raw toamato carrot, and celery soup. not sure if this is a good way to break a fast, ive heard oranges for a day or so.................maybe today ill eat oranges.
I was down to 251 and this morning after eating finally i was 253. I figured on 2 to 4 lbs once food was in the system again.
i will be doing Juvo twice a day and a fruit smoothie for the next 15 days or so. I wanna keep the weightloss going at high speed, and i feel great.
I have lost a total of 32 lbs in 36 days. I hope my vita mix arrives soon.
Thanks again to all, for those that tried the burgers, i really recommend the mushroom, nut not meat loaf.
I think it blows away the burgers.
08-26-2006, 08:54 AM
Please tell me more....
08-26-2006, 09:51 AM
I made this last night without the red bell pepper and stuffed red bell peppers with it. Fantastic!
Thanks for sharing it.
Uh Oh. How many cups of walnuts? 1? 1/2? Someone remember?
Never mind - it is one cup. I had saved it!
BTW, I can't imagine it being better than the meatloaf! Which should I take to the potluck tomorrow? Hmmmm......
08-26-2006, 10:36 AM
Mickie, i have had raw pickles at julianos and they were so good exactly like a good straight cut burger pickle.
i havent made them yet and can only guess at a recipe for now.
i have real salt crystals from www.krystalsalt.com soak in waste in covered jar to make a brine. add pickling spice garlic and pikling cucumber seal a jar and wait.
not sure how long but i will be trying to make pickles soon.
there may be a recipe for them in Julianos book, im not sure.
if you find one and its great post it please, i love pickles
08-26-2006, 10:39 AM
your so welcome and I am glad you liked them.
hopefully a raw food preperation and recipe guide will be in the future.
and by prep I may put real restaurant prep techniques and tricks in achapter to help the novice save time get the right textures by certain cuts, use knives correctly to avoid injuries etc.
i believe if you have the correct tools and training to suceed you will.
if you all can hold a raw career in meditation for me someday I will continue to ask the universe to manifest it?
peace to all Bill
08-26-2006, 10:58 AM
These burgers are absolutely FANTASTIC!!!!
Thank you so much for posting this recipe.
I can't put into words how much I LOVE these.
Wrapping them in lettuce leaves with sliced Avocado!
08-26-2006, 11:01 AM
i really feel being a professional cook for 27 years has helped me in raw food preparations. and hope that all of my recipes have that effect
enjoy them forever
thanks for the kind words
08-26-2006, 11:24 AM
Bill you are an inspiration to us all so thank you for all the fantastic recipes so far and look forward to getting some helpful tips too. Keep up the great work.
08-26-2006, 10:18 PM
Hi Bill - looks like you edited to add back the mushrooms, but the walnut amount - I believe it was 1 cup - was cut.
08-27-2006, 02:49 PM
i edited it again and it was 1 cup of walnuts
thanks for keeping me in line.
Bill you are a burger genius! This sounds so good I cant wait to try. I just know it will be as good as the loaf Im still sitting here eating . Anyone want a bite :D ??
09-22-2006, 05:06 PM
I'd like to make these (my first dehydrated meal ever! :) but don't have jalapeno at the moment. I suppose I could replace with some dry red pepper flakes or pwd. Any idea how much?
09-22-2006, 05:13 PM
These look fabulous! I am picking up my new dehydrator tonight. I will make them and post a report! Thanks for sharing!!! :)
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