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Earth Day 2 × 1 = Vitamin juice + Hamburger beetroot (100% vegetable) #EarthDay2014

April 22, 2014

 hamburger-orto

Here is my low-environmental-impact and zero-food-waste recipe for the Earth Day!

The basic ingredient in this recipe are vegetables, where the result is doubled using as the juice as the fiber. First, we centrifuge carrots , celery, raw beetroot , ginger and other in season vegetables. The scrap of the centrifuge is used as basis to prepare a hamburger with a color that is very reminiscent of the minced meat, but instead is 100% vegetable and low environmental impact. Finally you can taste it all together: on the one hand a tasty vegetable hamburger that has nothing to do with the junk food , on the other a vitamin and refreshing juice. Here are all the details of the preparation, recipe for 6.

 

hamburger-compostoIngredients

250g peeled fava beans boiled or alternatively cooked chickpeas

2 tablespoons of chickpea flour

250g scrap centrifuged of mixed in season vegetables (eg. carrots 2 , the leaves of a celery , 2 red beets, the green part of the onion , 1 small piece of ginger … )

1 ripe avocado (optional)

2 fresh spring onions

½ lemon

A few leaves of salad (optional)

6 hamburger breads

extra virgin olive oil

salt and pepper

Home made mayonnaise or ketchup ( optional)

 

hamburger-orto-2Preparation

Wash all vegetables, chop them without discard the less noble parts (skins , leaves). Centrifuge and serve the juice in glasses. Puree the beans (or chickpeas) that you previously boiled and cooled . Add the scrap of the vegetable centrifuged, 2 tablespoons of chickpea flour, salt and pepper. Stir to blend the mixture . Store in the refrigerator and let stand for 30 minutes. Using a shaped pasta prepare the burgers directly on a baking sheet . Brush them with olive oil and bake at 180 degrees for 25 minutes ventilated mode. After 15 minutes , turn the burgers and brush oil on the other side . Cut the avocado in half and put the pulp into a container, sprinkle with lemon juice, a tablespoon of olive oil, salt and pepper and knead with a fork so that you have a creamy mixture. Cut the breads in half and toast them in the oven with the grill function . Wash the lettuce and slice the spring onion. Assemble the sandwiches with lettuce leaf, hamburger, cream of avocado, some washer spring onion and a sprinkle of homemade mayonnaise or ketchup.

Lisa

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  1. April 22, 2014 1:49 pm

    I am going to have to try this. I am so intrigued. We have a Champion juicer and I am always wondering what I could do with all the vegetables rather than compost them. Lovely post.

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