This vegan burger recipe comes to us from our own nutrition guru, Delahna Flagg, who is currently working on a vegan project with Pamela Anderson.
Sure, veggie burgers have been done. But this time, the vegan burger has an aphrodisiac spin. Blending oven-dried mushrooms with quinoa, brazil nuts and spice, it offers a stimulating sensation for every one of your taste buds. (Is your mouth watering yet?)
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Recipe for a Vegan Burger
Dish Type: sandwich
Cooking Style: vegan, Vegetarian
Diet and Health: healthy-ish
Created by: Delahna Flagg
10button or crimini mushrooms
1green bell pepperhalved, seeded and cored
1-insection of gingerpeeled
1tspHot mustard powder
1seeded hamburger bun
your favorite burger fixings (if you're not concerned with keeping the burger vegetarianwe recommend experimenting with oyster sauce--also aphrodisiac--for a unique taste treat.)
Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
Dehydrate mushrooms in the preheated oven for 25 minutes.
Turn oven temperature up to 450 degrees.
Using a food processor, grind the nuts until they begin to turn to nut butter.
To the food processor, add the dehydrated mushrooms, bell pepper, ginger, quinoa, hot mustard powder, black pepper, cayenne and salt. Chop all the ingredients until they almost make a paste. Drain any excess water.
Form 4 burger patties and transfer to a baking sheet
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