Date: Mon, 15 Aug 94 11:55:02 CDT
From: Marge Robbins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Veggieburger in quantity
This is a rather freeform recipe that puts veggieburgers into the
1 cup of each of the following. Dried corn, whole wheat, brown rice,
white rice, black beans, lintels, oatmeal
Whir grains one at a time in blender until coarsely chopped. mix well
and store in a covered container.
When you want a veggie burger scoop out needed amount (1 cup makes 4
good sized burgers) whir 1 cup at a time in blender until reasonably fine.
Heat 1 cup of water for each cup of mix until boiling add seasonings
(see below) add to dry mixture and stir until liquid is absorbed. Drop
by large spoonsfull into nonstick fry pan (or use pam) it will firm up
as it cooks. Its gloppy to start with. That's ok. Turn when brown on
bottom. serve as pleases you.
For a more tender pancake like burger use a little more water.
beef, chicken, or ham flavored burgers. Use 2 TBS (more or less to
taste) soup starter for each cup of water. Serve on buns with lettuce
tomatoe, onion, ketchup, mustard or whatever strikes your fancy. For
cheeseburgers use FF cheese.
add 1/2 pkt taco seasonings to each cup of water. serve with salsa
or stir fry to a chunky consistancy and make tacos
use pineapple juice in place of 1/2 the water add a dash of soy sauce.
Serve with pineapple rings.
sloppy joes use 1/2 c. sloppy joe mix for each cup of water stir fry to
chuncky consistancy. Serve on whole wheat buns.
sweet and sour burgers. Use soy sauce in place of 1/4 water. Serve with
sweet and sour sauce. There are many FF versions on the market or you can
make your own. I have a recipe somewhere I can look up if anyone is