Do you think that those meatless burger patties are super cute? I really do! I love natural pink food and beetroot is such a powerful vegetable to bring colours to your table. Those Supergrains Beetroot and Tofu Burger Patties are simply amazing. They are 100 % vegan burger patties mainly made of tofu, beetroot, seeds and a mix of supergrains : millet and a blend of black,white and red quinoa.
What I love the most about those Supergrains Beetroot and Tofu Burger Patties is the crispy outside and moist centre. I even believe that they taste better than meat burger patties! I served those patties in a burger bun for my husband but if you are on a low carb diet like me simply eat those patties wrapped in lettuce. I also like to eat them topped with sprouts and a raw vegetables on the sides.
This recipe make about 8 patties but I am usually making 4 patties and I am using the leftover of batter to shape small balls. Why? to have quick and easy appetizers on hands! Simply roll each balls into LSA ground (a mix of grounder linseed, sunflower and almond). Then, place those coated balls onto a plate covered with plastic wrap and froze them.
When frozen transfer into an airtight box and keep in the freezer up to 3 weeks. It makes a wonderful healthy appetizers that you can simply defrost few hours before having some friends home. Simply fry them into a warm frypan with olive oil. Done! Your guest will be amazed. Serve with any home made dips of your choose. Enjoy. Carine.
Beetroot balls appetizers recipe alternative
A little update to this recipe today ! As you know I am a big fan of appetizers of all kinds and today I tried to shape balls with this batter. I rolled the beetroot balls into old fashionned rolled oat and bake them for 25 minutes at 180C. Waouh! It was simply delicious and I thought it worth the update to let you know that this recipe is not only good for burgers but also as an healthy finger food or game appetizers! Not much pics of those balls sorry but looks how cute it looks! I hope you try them.