Thursday, December 15, 2011

Garden Burger

Burger King & Burger Queen .. right? well fries on the side would go so well but I wanted to go easy on the caloriess :-)

Making Burger is all about making the right tasting patty. I know it is way easier to buy frozen patties but I hate those. :-(

so lets first get started with making patties -

Amongst the places those serve delicious vegetarian burgers with veg patties "Subway" tops my list. So wanted to make one very similar tasting to subaway footlong patty. I will say "Not bad girl" or lemme go easy on myself and say "you go girl" :-)

For patties Gather -
1 big potato
1 small red onion
6-7 baby carrots
beans & corn frozen mix
spinach leaves
nutrela soy crunch
2 tbs olive oil
1 tbs ginger garlic paste
1 sp of red chili powder
2 tbs of corn starch
1 tbs garam masala powder

Well, Boil 1 big potato, Chop 1 small red onion, chop 6-7 baby carrots, take out handful of beans & corn frozen mix and lastly handful of blanched spinach leaves ( Spinach brings so much flavor ) ok are you with me so far? Nice!

To blanch the spinach; I would cut some handful leaves and microwave it for 4-5 minutes.

I have got this nutrela soy crunch from Indian store. Soak handful of those in warm water for 15 minutes. Squeeze out the water and try to crumble it a bit.

In a pan add 2 tbs olive oil. Add 1 tbs ginger garlic paste, chopped onion and chopped carrots. add frozen mix of green beans & corns.Add microwaved spinach. Put 1 sp of red chili powder.

In a mixing bowl mash boiled potato, add soaked soy crunch. Add sauted veggies. Put 2 tbs of corn starch, salt and 1 tbs garam masala powder.

Make medium size patties. shallow fry it till dark brown as it brings crunch to the patties.

Now its time to cut veggies you need to put in your Garden Burger. I like red onion, Cucumber, tomatoes and Lettuce. And a cheesy cheese slice !!

Add spoonful of Mayo, honey mustard and ketch up on one slice.


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