These classic lentil burgers made with wholesome ingredients are truly the best vegetarian burgers and also very nutritious. The lentils comes from a family of Fabacease have a very high levels of iron content.
Classic Lentil Veggie Burgers Recipe
Iron has been known to be a really good and essential nutrient in order to prevent anemia, some cardiovascular disease and favoring the intestinal mobility, some of the risks that non-meat users face. Lentil burgers combined with vegetables are an exquisite substitute for a taste of eating a tasty sandwich with the satisfaction level you are looking for:
2 cups of cook lentils
½ cup shredded carrots
½ cup shredded broccoli
¼ piece onion fine chopped
½ teaspoon organic onion powder
¼ teaspoon of organic turmeric powder
4 tablespoons of bread crumbs
½ teaspoon of amla powder
Himalayan pink salt to taste
2 brioche bun
¼ cup microgreens
2 slices of tomatoes
½ avocado, slices
2 tablespoons olive oil
In a large bowl combine the lentils and de veggies and place it on the side.
Combine the onion powder, turmeric, chili flakes and bread crumb, add in to the lentils/veggie combination and mix by hand.
In a little bowl crack an egg and add Amla powder and salt, mix with a whisk.
Add the egg mixture to the other ingredients.
Make sure the lentils are not too cooked, this will cause the mixture to have a lot of moisture, if this happens you can add more breadcrumbs or all purpose flour.
Make the patties by using a cookie cutter or a lid, you can do it by hand too.
Preheat your pan, add some oil and then the Pattie, this process helps to avoid the Pattie to stick in the pan.
After you cook it for around 3 minutes each side or when it turns golden brown.
Toast your bread in a preheated oven 350 F for 10 min or golden brown, place an avocado, Pattie, Tomato and Microgreens.
If you have a non-stick pan then avoid step number 7 above, just put some oil and cook your patties. You can also make the patties shape and freeze them, perfect for a heat and run meal. Avocado is a perfect choice for those who want to avoid cheese and still have that creamy part on the plate.
Calories 250, Carbs 54.8 grams, Cholesterol 0 milligrams, Fat 15.7 grams, Fiber 17.8 grams, Protein 23.5 grams, Saturated Fat 2 grams, Sodium 624 milligrams, Sugar 7.3 grams