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Healthy food is so much nicer to look at.
I love chicken nuggets and fries as much as the next person though…I lived off that shit as a kid

Healthy food is so much nicer to look at.

I love chicken nuggets and fries as much as the next person though…I lived off that shit as a kid

jaclynhope:

Homemade Veggie Burger Patty Melts with Oven Fries
The third chapter of the Risotto Evolution.
So far we have Vegetable Risotto—>Stuffed Peppers—>
Homemade Veggie Patty Melts!
The biggest problem with these was the moisture. I baked them for a loooong time. You might want to drain the mixture first or saute it for a bit more to get it to dry out. Again, sorry for the lack of quantities, again, this made enough for two giant burgers and left some for a small neatloaf. 
Ingredients
Leftover stuffed pepper filling
Breadcrumbs
Egg
1/2 pack tempeh, diced small
can of garbanzo beans, drained
Directions
Put leftover pepper filling, egg, tempeh and 1/2 can of garbanzos in food processor
Pulse until combined but not completely smooth
Add rest of garbanzos, pulse a few more times (I prefer it to be a bit more chunky. I suppose you could process it smooth but you will need A LOT of bread crumbs to hold it together.) 
Transfer to a bowl and add enough bread crumbs to hold the mixture together, I think I used about 1 1/2 cups
Wet hands, form into two patties (I made mine oval to fit the shape of the rye bread)
Put on greased baking sheet, bake at 350 for about 45 minutes, flip over when the bottom starts to brown.
Put on rye bread with your choice of cheese.
Drizzle bread with oil, cook in a pan until bread is crispy and cheese is melted.

this looks amazing, might indulge later :))

jaclynhope:

Homemade Veggie Burger Patty Melts with Oven Fries

The third chapter of the Risotto Evolution.

So far we have Vegetable Risotto—>Stuffed Peppers—>

Homemade Veggie Patty Melts!

The biggest problem with these was the moisture. I baked them for a loooong time. You might want to drain the mixture first or saute it for a bit more to get it to dry out. Again, sorry for the lack of quantities, again, this made enough for two giant burgers and left some for a small neatloaf. 

Ingredients

  • Leftover stuffed pepper filling
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Egg
  • 1/2 pack tempeh, diced small
  • can of garbanzo beans, drained

Directions

  • Put leftover pepper filling, egg, tempeh and 1/2 can of garbanzos in food processor
  • Pulse until combined but not completely smooth
  • Add rest of garbanzos, pulse a few more times (I prefer it to be a bit more chunky. I suppose you could process it smooth but you will need A LOT of bread crumbs to hold it together.) 
  • Transfer to a bowl and add enough bread crumbs to hold the mixture together, I think I used about 1 1/2 cups
  • Wet hands, form into two patties (I made mine oval to fit the shape of the rye bread)
  • Put on greased baking sheet, bake at 350 for about 45 minutes, flip over when the bottom starts to brown.
  • Put on rye bread with your choice of cheese.
  • Drizzle bread with oil, cook in a pan until bread is crispy and cheese is melted.

this looks amazing, might indulge later :))