Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Mini Veggie Burger with Protein Rich patty (vegan)

This patty is vegan and I use in this patty many lentils so it's rich of protein. It’s good for children and this burger is also good for children party.
Ingredients:
For patty:
1.            2 cup boiled and mashed potatoes
2.            1/2 cup split chick pea
3.            1/4 cup puy lentil
4.            1/4 cup cowpea beans (lobiya)
5.            1/4 cup sesame seed powder
6.            1/2 cup mix sprouts
7.            1 teaspoon garlic paste
8.            1 tablespoon green chili paste
9.            1 tablespoon lemon juice
10.        1/2 teaspoon garam masala
11.        1/4 cup chopped coriander
12.        Butter for sallow fry
13.        Salt to taste
For burger:
1.            home made mini burgers
2.            1 teaspoon french dressing
3.            2 tablespoon thick yoghurt
4.            2 tomatoes sliced
5.            lettuce leaves
6.            tomato ketchup
7.            cheese sliced
Method:
1.            Wash and clean lentils (bengal gram, puy & lobiya), than soak in water for 4 to 5 hours.
2.            Drain and combine the lentils and mixed sprouts.Than blend in mixture to a coarse paste.
3.            In one bowl add potato all spices and coriander and mix well.
4.            Divide the mixture into equal portions and make small patty.
5.            Shallow fry using with butter in griddle on a medium flame until golden brown and fully cook.
6.            Place a patty, a few tomato slices, lettuce, cheese and sauces in Burger.
7.            Serve mini  burger with your favorite drinks.
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15 comments:

purabi naha said...

Oh, Daksha...these are simply yummy! My kids love burgers and I'd always prefer the ones with veggies in them. What do we call Puy lentil in Hindi?

Daksha said...

Thanks purbi for quick reply:) ya it's good for kids my son like this burger. puy lentil Hindi name masoor.

kankana said...

This sure does sounds like a healthy burger :)

Sabby said...

Delicious buggers Dear.....

Sabby
http://foodfunfreak.blogspot.com/

Nami @ Just One Cookbook said...

Very nice! Healthy veggie burgers on homemade buns! :-)

Jay said...

superb n yummy...just love it..:P

Tasty Appetite

Peggy said...

Definitely won't miss the meat with this one! Sounds so delicious =)

thekitchenaffaire said...

Wow.. such healthy burgers. thats awesome and truly protein rich :)

Tiffany said...

These look like a great source of protein! Even better that they're vegan!

Sandra said...

Very nice and lovin those buns too!

Deeksha said...

Burgers look cute and yummy..Nice clicks!

Apple @Polkadotsandchopsticks said...

They're so cute! I love small sized food. They look delicious :)

Curry and Comfort said...

I know these taste wonderful because of all the fantastic ingredients you used. Great Job!! I love the picture with the littl buns... they looks so very cute.

Manu said...

What a FANTASTIC recipe to get children to eat lentils. My 4 year old is such a fussy eater... but she loves burgers... so these lentil burgers may work well with her!!!

Sushma Mallya said...

Looks so delicious!...v healthy burger!

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