Day 1 of my new challenge was GREAT! The simple fact that I’m doing something new and fun excites me! 😆 I dunno…. sometimes I’m really easy to please 😉
What I made? Meatless Burger
here are ingredients that I used
Since I didn’t follow the recipe 100%, I think it’s safe to share my version here, but please note that the original recipe was from Eat Clean Cookbook
Ingredients for 2 big burger
- 1/2 cup black bean
- 1/4 cup oat
- 3 stalk medium celery
- 1/3 green pepper
- 1 oz. almond
- 1 tbsp flaxmeal
- 1 tbsp minced garlic
- dash of worchestershire sauce
- 1 egg + 1 egg white
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
- S+P+italian seasoning+chili pepper flakes
form two burgers and bake for 25 min at 375F turning it middle way
DA DA!!! Meatless Burger with green bean “fries”
I top it with some mustard
For a second, I almost thought it was the REAL burger! Doesn’t it look like one? 😉 It’s tasty, moisturized (coconut oil) and crunchy (almond and celery). I think it was a BIG success!!!! 😆 And SOOO easy to make. 5 min preparation and 25 min baking!
For dinner I made something yummy too: An Asian Flavored “noodle” stir-fry topped with “fake” steak.
The fake steak was the portobello mushroom. I marinated it with some oil, soy sauce, mirin and brow sugar and bake it for 30 min.
“noodles” was spiralized zucchini (I almost forget how good it is!!! Haven’t used it for >3 months :shock:)
What are the key ingredients for asian flavor? Sesame oil, soy sauce and sesame seeds. So I used them to make the stir-fry. YUM YUM YUM~~~ 😀
Dessert was the LONG waited but DISAPPOINTED unripped kabocha! 👿 I can get very angry when I don’t find good kabocha! 😦
to console my soul, I had some lotus powder! 😉
I called it a day of good eats, do you agree? 😉
I have in the oven recipe #2! Stay tune! 🙂
Q1: What’s your favorite burger?
Q2: Does anyone knows why kabocha is so “bad” lately?