©Alice Greetham - Au Vert avec Lili
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- To make lentil patties
- 120g of organic pink lentils
- 1 organic onion
- 2 tablespoons of Danival Veggie Tomato Sauce
- 30 g of organic whole rice flour
- 50 g of organic cornstarch or potatostarch
- 1 teaspoon of Danival Fleur de sel
- 1 teaspoon of organic curcuma or curry
- 1 pinch of black pepper
- 1 tablespoon of organic sesame seeds
- Organic Olive oil
- To make the burgers
- 10 beautiful slices of bread, ( complete or gluten free )
- Danival Ketchup, or BBQ Sauce or Veggie Tomato Sauce
- Sprouted seeds
- Some gherkins
Time saving by Danival
- To prepare the lentils patties
- Cook the pink lentils in 300 ml of boiling water until absorption, during about 10 minutes.
- Peel the onion and chop it finely. Fry it 6 to 8 minutes in a frying pan over medium heat, with 1 tsp. of olive oil.
- In a bowl, combine the coral lentils and the onion. Add Veggie Tomato sauce, whole rice flour, starch, Fleur de sel, turmeric, black pepper and sesame seeds. Mix everything to obtain an homogeneous preparation.
- Heat 1 tsp. of olive oil in a frying pan. With a tablespoon, remove a little of the pink lentils dough and place it in hot oil, taking care to form a small cake about 6 cm diameter.
- Cook 2 to 3 minutes over medium heat on each side. Repeat it until that the lentils dough is depleted (you can shape several wafers at a time). Reserve the patties on a sheet of paper towel.
- To prepare the burgers
- Cut around 20 rounds of bread slices using a 6 cm diameter cookie cutter.
- Spread some ketchup, (or BBQ sauce or Veggie tomato sauce) on the surface of all the bread disks with a knife.
- With a 5 cm diameter cookie cutter, cut your lentils patties into round disks. Put them at the middle of each bread disk and lightly spread them with ketchup, BBQ sauce or Veggie tomato sauce.
- Add the sprouted seeds over the patties.
- Cut your pickles into thin slices and place a small slice of gherkins on your patties.
- Close your burgers with the remaining rolls and hold them with a toothpick.