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Recipe: Sprouts Burger

You can’t eat breakfast at night or dinner in the afternoon, but you can consume snacks at any time of day! Whether they’re served with tea, after school, or at a birthday party. Healthy snacking is the ideal method to fulfil your cravings without worrying about consuming too many calories. As a result, here’s a fresh take on the classic burger! Mixed sprouts boost the nutritional value of the food by providing protein, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.

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Prep Time 15 mins

Course Appetizer

Servings 2 burgers

For Patty:

1 cup Mung Sprouts2 tbsp Green peas 2 tbsp finely chopped Onions2 tbsp Coriander leaves 1 green chili 1 garlic2 clovesSalt to taste1/2 tsp Coriander powder 1/4 tsp Cumin Powder 1 tsp Lemon juice1 tsp Sesame seeds 1-3 tbsp Oats flour

For dressing:

2 tbsp hung curd1 tsp tahini (optional)1/2 tsp hot sauce1/2 tsp Salt1/2 tsp lemon juice

To serve –

4 whole-wheat buns 1 sliced tomato 1 sliced onion

Finely chop the sprouts, peas, onions, chilli, garlic, and coriander leaves. Combine the sprouts mix, spices, salt, seame seeds, oat flour and lemon jucie in a mixing dish.

Spread on a mat until desired thickness is reached, then cut into four rounds with a mould or a lid to get the patties.

Grease a pan with some oil

Cook both the sides of th patties until brown.

To make the dressing, add hung curd, tahini, hot sauce and lemon juice in a bol and mix well.

To serve, cut and heat the burger buns, apply the dressing on top, and top with a slice of onion and tomato.

Keyword chickpeas, curd, moong, sprouts, wheat buns

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