These tasty burgers are made with spicy lentil patties, crunchy red cabbage, and a creamy lemon tahini dressing.
They are vegan and gluten-free, packed with wholesome plant-based ingredients.
With 20g of fibres and ten times fewer saturated fats, they are a nutritious and healthier alternative to all-beef burgers.
Blitz onions, black beans, lentils, carrots, and fresh parsley into a chunky paste.
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Transfer the lentil mixture to a mixing bowl and incorporate oat flour, ground flaxseeds, paprika, chilli flakes, cumin, cayenne pepper, and salt.
Roll a handful of lentil dough in your hands and then flatten it down over a baking tray giving it a round shape. Repeat until you have used all the mixture and then bake the burgers for 20 minutes at 235°C (455°F).
Thinly shred red cabbage and set it aside. In a mixing bowl, combine tahini with lemon juice and stir well.
Slice the bread roll and stack a handful of lettuce, one lentil burger, a tablespoon of tahini dressing, and some red cabbage. Cover with the top half of the bread and serve warm.
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