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The Healthy Vegan Burger

Want a healthy burger? If so then you obviously want a vegan burger. But it needs to taste amazing and wow everyone who eats it. Let’s be honest about vegan food, no matter how healthy something is, it really isn’t healthy if no one eats it.

Burgers, the ultimate fast food delicacy. Even as a child, I have always heard health conscious individuals who criticize this meal because of how much harm it does to the body than good. My mother would always tell me that I should not eat burgers from a fast food chain. My mother wasn’t vegan but even she know how bad they are.

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It has been several years since I have eaten burgers that were not made by me. I would like to share to this recipe to you: a vegan burger. With the proper substitution and cooking, you can turn the unhealthy to healthy.  In about 30 minutes, you can have this delicious vegan meal and share it with your friends whether they are vegan or not.

Just last week we made this and my 12 year old nephew loved it! When I told him it was vegan he was pretty surprised because he usually makes “Eww” noises at me when I talk about vegan food.

The Healthy Vegan Burger

Ingredients

1 can chickpeas

12 ounce of sweetcorn

½ a bunch of fresh coriander

½ tspn ground cumin

½ tspn ground coriander

½ tspn paprika

zest from one lemon

3 tblspn flour, and a little extra

sea salt

rapeseed oil

1 small head of lettuce

2 large organic tomatoes

ketchup

4 vegan buns

 

Directions

1. Drain corn and chickpeas and put them in food processor. Add half of the coriander leaves, the spices, lemon zest, flour and a pinch of salt.

2. Pulse until blended but not smooth. There should still be some texture

3. Shape this into 4 patties.

4. Place on a plate in the fridge for about thirty minutes or until firm

3. Bring a pan to medium heat with a touch of oil. Cook patties until golden brown (about 10 minutes, flip half way)

5. Toast the buns while the burgers are cooking. Layer lettuce and tomato on the bottom bun. Top with ketchup. Add some corriander leaves. Add your burger. Enjoy!

Whether you are a vegan or just someone looking for healthy options, this recipe that you can get from Jaime Oliver should be an inclusion to your diet or serve it as snacks when you are having movie marathons.

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