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White Bean Patties

white bean patties
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A veggie burger is a hamburger-style, or chicken-style, patty that does not contain meat, but may contain animal products such as egg or milk. The patty of a veggie burger may be made from vegetables (like corn), textured vegetable protein (like soy, beans, tofu, nuts, mushrooms, or grains or seeds). Check out this tasty delicate texture and a wonderful savory taste that will melt your heart away!

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Ingredients

Main ingredients:

Nutritional

Calories (kcal)
308
Saturated Fat (g)
3 g
Total Fat (g)
6 g
Cholesterol (mg)
31 mg
Sodium (mg)
131 mg
Dietary Fiber (g)
9 g
Sugars (g)
2 g
Protein (g)
15 g
Total Carbohydrate (g)
48 g

Step by Step method

Directions:

1. Heat 1 tablespoon of the olive oil in a medium-size skillet and add the onion. Cook, stirring, until tender, about 5 minutes. Add a pinch of salt, the garlic and the grated carrot, and continue to cook for another minute or two, until fragrant and the carrot has softened slightly. Remove from the heat.

2. In a food processor fitted with the steel blade, puree the beans with the lemon juice. Transfer to a bowl and stir in the onion mixture, the parsley, sage or thyme, the bread crumbs and the egg. Season to taste. Shape into patties, 1/2 - to 3/4 -inch thick. Set on a parchment-covered baking sheet and cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate for 1 to 2 hours.

3. Heat the remaining oil in a large, heavy skillet or on a griddle over medium heat and brown the patties for 4 minutes on each side, being very careful when you turn them over. An offset spatula works well for this. Serve on whole grain buns, with the condiments of your choice.


Tips & variations

  • White beans may provide weight loss benefits due their ability to produce alpha-amylase inhibitors.

  • Alpha-amylase inhibitors are known to slow the absorption of carbohydrates (and thus the storage of energy as body fat) by inhibiting enzymes responsible for cutting starches into simpler sugars.

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