Yield: 1 servings
|1 cup||Dried corn|
|1 cup||Whole wheat|
|1 cup||Brown rice|
|1 cup||White rice|
|1 cup||Black beans|
Whir grains one at a time in blender until coarsely chopped. mix well and store in a covered container.
When you want a veggie burger scoop out needed amount <1 cup makes 4 good sized burgers> whir 1 cup at a time in blender until reasonably fine.
Heat 1 cup of water for each cup of mix until boiling add seasonings <see below> add to dry mixture and stir until liquid is absorbed.
Drop by large spoonsfull into nonstick fry pan <or use pam> it will firm up as it cooks. Its gloppy to start with. That's ok. Turn when brown on bottom. serve as pleases you.
For a more tender pancake like burger use a little more water.
beef, chicken, or ham flavored burgers. Use 2 TBS <more or less to taste> soup starter for each cup of water. Serve on buns with lettuce tomatoe, onion, ketchup, mustard or whatever strikes your fancy. For cheeseburgers use FF cheese.
Taco burgers add ½ pkt taco seasonings to each cup of water. serve with salsa or stir fry to a chunky consistancy and make tacos hawaiian burgers use pineapple juice in place of ½ the water add a dash of soy sauce. Serve with pineapple rings.
sloppy joes use ½ c. sloppy joe mix for each cup of water stir fry to chuncky consistancy. Serve on whole wheat buns.
sweet and sour burgers. Use soy sauce in place of ¼ water. Serve with sweet and sour sauce. There are many FF versions on the market or you can make your own. I have a recipe somewhere I can look up if anyone is interested.
From: Robbins <mrobbins@...>. Fatfree Digest [Volume 10 Issue 6] Aug. 16, 1994. Formatted by Sue Smith, S.Smith34, TXFT40A@... using MMCONV