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 Post subject: veggie burgers with a wow factor??
PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2014 3:11 pm 
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folks,

do you have a favorite gf veggie burger recipe? now i mean one that really rocks your world. one that makes you go-- "wow!"

i made a gf version of the one on serious eats the other day (cooked oatmeal instead of barley; and gf flour instead of the all-purpose). it was seriously time-consuming-- it was good, no doubt. but i'm not sure i'd go to all that trouble to make it again...

in any case, making mushroom bacon and having both homemade chipotle mayo and cilantro-jalapeno mayo on hand took the result to spitting distance of a "yowza" experience....

thanks!


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2014 4:48 pm 
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Rhea Parsons' v-meat recipe is pretty awesome - can be shaped into patties, sausages, etc.

http://thevword.net/2013/12/its-here-in ... eitan.html

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 Post subject: Re: veggie burgers with a wow factor??
PostPosted: Sun Nov 23, 2014 12:25 pm 
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raffi_1970 wrote:
folks,

do you have a favorite gf veggie burger recipe?


Oh MAN! Veggie burgers are my favorite super-fast thing to make. You can pretty much put anything in a food processor and make a burger out of it. My favorites are the chickpea burger (I use a perversion of this recipe: http://veganizzm.wordpress.com/2011/11/07/242/) and the white bean/kale (or any green)/walnut/oat burger (throw all those things in the food processor along w/ some cooked garlic and onion and a bunch of spices). I've also done tempeh burgers.

I don't really use recipes. I am serious about throwing anything in the food processor and making a paddy out of it! These are the things I most often use. You can use any combo of these things:
1) pick one: tofu, tempeh, or beans
2) pick one: kale or parsley (or any green)
3) garlic and onion and/or scallions (i always use these!)
4) GF oats, walnuts, or chickpea flour (any or all...binds everything together)
5) herbs, spices, salt, pepper (use all!)

Then blend. Then pan fry. The end. Prep takes 10 mins including cooking the onion/garlic. The trick is to refrain from flipping the burger until one side is completely browned. If you save the extra batter in the fridge, it's even easier to use when it's cold. I never plan ahead, though, so I usually end up using it warm.

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 Post subject: Re: veggie burgers with a wow factor??
PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:04 pm 
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I've been on kind of a veggie burger kick for the past, oh, four months or so and have made a ton. The two I keep coming back to are both by Dreena Burton. The Mushroom Pecan Burgers, Take II from Let Them Eat Vegan are the ones that would probably win over omni folk. They even *look* like "regular" burgers. http://plantpoweredkitchen.com/vegan-bu ... n-sliders/

The Umami Sun-dried Tomato and Almond Burgers from her Plant Powered 15 ebook are my very favorite. They are just crazy delicious and whip up really fast. We have them a lot. http://plantpoweredkitchen.com/umami-al ... a-burgers/


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:43 pm 
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zero33 wrote:
Rhea Parsons' v-meat recipe is pretty awesome - can be shaped into patties, sausages, etc.

http://thevword.net/2013/12/its-here-in ... eitan.html


I know this is an old post, but does anyone know if I have to buy pea protein isolate or if I can use peas that I grind into a flour in my vitamix? The pea protein isolates are really expensive, and I'd rather not buy it when I don't know if I'm even going to like the recipe. Alternatively, does anyone know where to find inexpensive pea protein?


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