Chickpea Patties

Chickpea Patties
Chickpea Burger Top view
Mommy and Me Chickpea Patties

This is a peanut free and milk free Vegetarian burger that could convert even the most dedicated meatatarian. My sister pointed me in the direction of this meat-free burger and I am so glad that she did! The combination of hearty chickpeas, carrot and egg create a pattie that you will for sure add to your repertoire. The unique blend of spices and the healthy veggies create a meal that is light yet satisfying. 

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Mommy and Me versions of our SosiSafe Chickpea Patties (dairy free Tzatziki in the background).

Ingredients

  • 2 12cup(s)cooked chickpeas, OR 1 can
     
  • medium uncooked baby carrots, peeled
     
  • 1clove(s), medium sized garlic clove(s)
     
  • large egg(s), OR vegan substitute
     
  • Tbsp all-purpose flour, OR substitute ground oats
     
  • medium fresh tomato(es)
     
  • medium uncooked red onion(s), sliced
     
  • tsp ground coriander, could add 1.5
     
  • tsp ground cumin, could add 1.5
     
  • 1Tbsp olive oil, for pan
     
  • 16 slices Sprouted Grain Breads Sprouted Grain Breads, Squirrelly, OR bread of your choice
     
  • tsp table salt (optional)
     
  • tsp black pepper (optional)

    Instructions

    • Drain and rinse the chickpeas. Peel and roughly chop both the carrot and garlic.

    • In a food processor add chick peas, garlic, and spices. Pulse until the garlic and chick peas create a paste consistency.

    • Add egg, carrot, and flour. Blend until the contents start to stick to the sides of the processor.

    • Preheat the pan to medium heat, add oil.

    • Divide the meat-free mixture into 8 equal parts, evenly shape into burger patties.

    • Fry the patties for 3-4 minutes per side, you want a golden brown exterior colour.

    • Serve with warm bread (or buns), a slice of tomato, and a ring of red onion.

    • Enjoy your peanut and milk free meat-free burger!

    Note

    1) This burger tastes delicious with homemade dairy free Tasty Tzatziki Sauce. I have this recipe separate. 2) IF you sub out the bread for an alternative brand, make sure to calculate your points accordingly. These patties also taste great on a warm bed of greens such as spinach or kale.

    Dairy Free Tzatziki

    Chickpea Burger modified from www.food.com to accommodate peanut and milk allergies and spice preferences.

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