Raw Vegan Burger Patties
Raw Vegan Burger Patties
It’s really hard to beat raw vegan burgers, these are fairly quick to whip up and taste delicious with a lettuce wrap, tomato, a avocado slice and a raw ketchup or bbq sauce!
- .5 lb Carrots about 2
- .5 lb Broccoli about 1 floret
- .25 lb Crimini Mushrooms about 8
- 1 lb Roma Tomatoes about 4 roma
- .06 lb Green Onions about 3
- 1/4 cup Pumpkin Seeds
- 2 Tbsp Hemp Seeds
- .05 lb Medjool Dates about 1
- 1 Tbsp Dried Oregano or double fresh herbs
- 1 Tbsp Dried Basil or double fresh herbs
- 1 Jalapeño for a extra bite
- Rough chop the Carrots, broccoli and mushrooms, add to the food processor and pulse into a crumble and place in a big bowl.Alternatively finely shred with a grater.
- Slice off the outside edges of 2/3’s of the tomatoes (reserving the seeds / juicy parts of the tomatoes) slicing into a fine dice and then add the cubes to the big bowl.
- Blend the remaining tomatoes with all of the remaining ingredients except for the hemp seeds, be sure to pit the dates.
- Stir the thick tomato based sauce into the shredded / diced ingredients, add the hemp seeds and mix well.
- Form into 6 large thick patties (per 3 servings = 2 burgers each) and set directly on your dehydrator trays.
- I find it works best to have 2-3 burgers at the front of 2-3 separate sheets so they are closest to the fan and dry in the least amount of time.
- Dehydrate at 118° for 4 hours or till dry enough to carefully flip without falling apart, flip.
- * The best way to flip the burgers is by gently twisting them on the tray to release them, then “sandwiching” the patties between two dehydrator trays and carefully flipping them both at the same time. You then take off the top tray (that was the bottom) and your set!
- Dehydrate for 1-2 more hours or until your desired dryness.
- Serve on a large iceberg or a romaine lettuce leaf with a big slice of tomato, some sliced avocado, I find 1 avocado works well for 4 – 6 burgers, and some raw ketchup or bbq sauce!
These delicious raw vegan burger patties also freeze well, make a double or triple batch and store for a quick burger night! Simply remove from the freezer and dehydrate at 118° for 20 - 30 minutes!
Calories: 210kcalCarbohydrates: 29gProtein: 11gFat: 8gSaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 90mgPotassium: 1169mgFiber: 8gSugar: 15gVitamin A: 14531IUVitamin C: 94mgCalcium: 150mgIron: 5mg
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