Hi, I'm Richard Blaze from Flip Burger Boutique, and we're
doing a healthy version of one of my favorite foods,
hamburger. So we're gonna start with some almonds and some
raisins, and a little bit of curry powder. And that's
gonna go into our food processor. [SOUND] We're gonna add
some mushrooms. [SOUND] We'll add our edimames, and also some
lentils. So we're gonna add half of the Israeli couscous.
We'll leave half of the Israeli couscous to fold in
in a bit. Dried porcini, dried mushrooms are also gonna
have a nice amount of salinity to it. We will
add a touch of salt, and a squeeze of Lemon
juice. All right, we'll finish our grind. [SOUND] So as
this sits in your fridge, it's gonna even look more
like beef would. Now we're going to add the rest
of our Israeli couscous. [BLANK_AUDIO] So we wanna make our
patties right here. We want them to be nice and
big. Alright, so over here we're going to cook with
a little bit of olive oil. You want to be
careful, you want to make sure your pans hot enough.
We have our mushrooms we're going to add to the
pan. I'm going to serve it on a toasted bun.
Certainly you can serve it on lettuce, that'd be great.
A lettuce wrap is awesome. We've taken some store bought
ketchup and we've mixed in some pomegranate molasses to top
with with our. Our falafel or our veggie burger. We
wanna add a little bit of freshness to it, so
I just foraged for some herbs that happened to be
in my fridge. Use whatever you have laying around. Some
dill here, some cilantro, some basil. And there you go.
That's our veggie burger with pomegranate ketchup and wild herb