I am at my office, a café that I really like around the corner of my house.
After 2 intense weeks with my mum who was visitng and as always a lot of drinking and overdose of meat, I am going green for a few days/weeks.
Before giving you the recipe of my vegan burgers I wanted to let you know a bit more about my last week-end at the farm.
We spent 2 days in the country side or to be more specific, in the forest, in the middle of nowhere, where we had a tight schedule.
Go horse riding, wine tasting, lunch, feeding the lamb, eat massive breakfast, milk a cow… amongst other things.
We managed to do it all without having the feeling of rushing.
If you are in California and want to go rustic, wild and raw, here is the link of the farm :
For sure it’s rustic, but you will have the great pleasure of eating fresh eggs, homemade sausages from the pork who happily ran in the field, fresh strawberries to go with your crêpes, go for a nice meal and a wine tasting in the cute and only one main street small town of Murphys and drink a glass of wine by the campfire at night.
Because of that overindulgence of meat, I made some burgers… vegan… and delicious.
Vegan and gluten free burger,
- 1 small can of beans (439g/15 oz)
- 1 cup of brown rice
- 2 tsp of ground cumin
- 1 tbsp of bread crumb
- 1/4 onion
- Salt, pepper
- Vegetable oil
As simple as that, mix all ingredients except the rice in a food processor.
When obtaining a paste, add the rice, form the burger with your hands and cook it for a few minutes on each sides with a bit of oil till golden brown.
Can be frozen (before the cooking part).
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