Carrot and pea burger – because homemade burger is much healthier!
No fast-food hamburger! Make your own at home. The carrot burger, in addition to being delicious, is healthy and very nutritious.
And it’s a great meat substitute.
We suggest substituting meat for this burger whenever possible.
It is gluten and dairy free, which makes it even healthier.
The carrot, its main ingredient, is rich in vitamin A and also contains vitamin C, a good part of the B complex, in addition to calcium, iron, potassium, sodium and phosphorus.
The recipe is also quick and uncomplicated.
Carrot and pea burger
4 cups finely grated carrots
3 tablespoons of oat flour or quinoa flour (sold in health food stores)
3 tablespoons rice flour
1 small onion
Half a tablespoon grated fresh ginger
Half a teaspoon of cinnamon (optional)
Half cup of peas
1 tablespoon shoyu
1 bunch of parsley (coriander and chives)
salt to taste
2 cups tomato sauce (see how to make a delicious one)
METHOD OF PREPARATION
Chop the onion and green spices.
On a fine grater, grate the carrots.
Mix the onion, the green seasonings and the processed carrot.
Add the other ingredients and mix well.
With the help of a spoon, form small hamburgers and fry them in a frying pan greased with a little extra virgin olive oil, turning them so that they brown on both sides.
Cover with tomato sauce and serve.