Red Lentil Cauliflower Burger with Chipotle Habanero Mayo, Onion Rings, Roasted peppers. Vegan Recipe

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Because sometimes we just need to eat a good loaded burger.. and also because burgers get a lot of blog traffic ;)
This burger is so uber delicious that you really have to make it to know. And yes, it can fit in my mouth. those buns are mulitgrain and soft and squishy.:) Recipe Multigrain rolls here. or make these pillowy white dinner rolls. Some gluten free breads here.

Lets start with the layers. Theres the burger bun layered with a little Chipotle Habanero mayo, then spinach(use lettuce, baby kale or other greens of choice), then the chickpea onion rings, then the nicely done Red lentil Cauliflower patty, then some roasted mini peppers(or roasted red pepper), then pickled Jalapenos, then more chipotle habanero mayo, some fresh cilantro and bun. done.

mmmm.. find me a problem with this burger. :)
bite me.



For more Burgers and Sandwiches see here. 

The Red lentil Cauliflower patties are just that.. lentils and cauliflower with spices and a little chickpea flour.. And the No Fail trick to use Cauliflower in burger patties! I heart cauliflower.


The burger patties are baked and gluten-free, nut-free and grain-free. Serve these with a side salad and a dipping sauce and you have one delicious wholesome meal. If you like red lentils and cauliflower, this is it!

The whole burger can also be made refined Oil free. Everything is baked, including the Onion rings. 
You can change up the toppings and use other sweet or cooling offsets like cucumber, raw red onions, plain mayo and so on. Or use a different sauce like BBQ or BBQ mayo. Use different spices in the patty.. possibilities are endless:). 

You can also freeze and keep the patties. Shape the patties and dont bake, layer in an airtight container separated with pieces of parchment paper. Thaw and bake.

Red Lentil Cauliflower Burger patties Gluten-free Vegan

Step pictures:

Cook the lentils. These are Whole red lentils or Indian brown lentils(Sabut Masoor).



Grate Cauliflower, spread and bake
I make the cauliflower rice in my Blendtec these days. Just pulse small florets a few times (1.5 to 2  cups at a time) and voila. 



until lightly crisp on the edges



Mix with cooked lentils, onion flakes, salt, spices.



Add a tablespoon or so chickpea flour so the patties can come together.



Make 4-5 inch 3/4 inch thick patties. or any size you want.



Bake 20 minutes.



Prep the sandwich. Layer the mayo, spinach, onion rings.



Layer the burger patty, roasted peppers, pickled jaalpeno.



Add loads of spicy mayo.



Top with fresh cilantro. bite.




Pretty Patties.



Red Lentil Cauliflower Burger with Chipotle Habanero Mayo, Onion Rings, Roasted peppers.
Allergen Information: Dairy-free, egg-free, corn-free, soy-free, nut-free. Can be gluten-free and yeast-free without buns. 

Ingredients:
Lentil Cauliflower Patties: Makes 6-7 medium sized fat patties
1/2 cup dried whole red/Indian brown lentils(sabut Masoor) or other lentils(brown/green) (yields about 1.5 cups of cooked lentils)
1 3/4 cups water
1/3 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder or 3-4 cloves garlic minced
1/2 teaspoon spices/spice mix of choice like berbere or garam masala

1/2 head of cauliflower grated  or 1.5 - 2 cups
1 Tablespoon onion flakes
1/2 teaspoon cumin powder
1/2 piri piri or cayenne or other chili to taste
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 Tablespoon olive oil(optional)
2 or more Tablespoons chickpea flour 

Variations: Add spice blends like curry powder, ranch, chipotle flakes, some lemon zest, Cajun blend, ethiopian berbere.

Toppings:
Baby spinach/greens
Roasted Mini Peppers
Onion Rings (Recipe below)
Pickled Jalapeno
chopped fresh Cilantro
Chipotle Habanero Mayo/cream(Recipe below)
Add Avocado slices, tomato slices or lettuce or other greens. 

Method:
Patties:
Soak the lentils for half an hour or more in warm hot water. 
Wash, drain, add to a pot with all the ingredients (salt, garlic, spice, 1 3/4 cupwater) and cook on low-medium, partially covered for half an hour or until easily squished. Stir a few times in between. Cook until all the water is absorbed. (drain the lentils if they are well cooked and water is not absorbed). Or use 1.5 cups of cooked lentils.

Grate the cauliflower(in a food processor, blender or by hand), spread on a parchment lined baking sheet and Bake at pre-heated 400 degrees F for 12-15 minutes until some of the cauliflower gets crisp and golden. (You can also dry roast the grated cauliflower on stove top in a large pan at medium heat for 5-6 minutes).

Add cooked red lentils, roasted cauliflower, spices, salt to a bowl and mix well. mash a bit.
Taste and adjust salt and spice. 
(You can use this mixture as is to load a burger or a taco too.)
Add chickpea flour, mix until the lentil cauliflower mixture easily comes together. Add more flour or breadcrumbs if needed (depends on moisture content in the lentils, cauliflower etc) Shape into burger patties by hand or by pushing through a 3 inch cookie cutter.
Bake on parchment lined sheet for 20 minutes at 400 degrees F. 
The patties can be made ahead and kept refrigerated or shaped and frozen. They can also be served as is with sauce/dressing. 

Onion rings:
Mix 3 Tablespoons chickpea flour, 1/4 cup water, 1 teaspoon oil, salt, garlic powder into a paste.
Add a teaspoon rice flour for crunchyness. (optional)
Dip red onion slice in the the batter and place on parchment lined sheet.
Bake for 15 or so minutes at 400 degrees F. You can bake them when baking the cauliflower or the patties. 

Roasted peppers:
Chop up the mini peppers or red pepper, and bake with the onion rings or patties for 15-20 minutes. You can toss them in oil if you want. I did not use any.

Chipotle Habanero Mayo:
Mix 1 Tablespoon Chipotle habanero(I used Melinda's Chipotle Habanero) sauce or chipotle sauce or hot sauce with 4 Tablespoons vegenaise or home made mayo or cashew cream or coconut cream.

Assemble the burger:
Top the bun with spinach/greens, some mayo, onion rings, warm Lentil patties, roasted peppers, pickled jalapenos, more chipotle habanero mayo, fresh cilantro and bun. 
Or use your own toppings, raw red onion slices, pepper slices and such for a quicker fix up.

Done.


Red Lentil Cauliflower Burger with Chipotle Habanero Mayo. Vegan.

These burgers are being shared at Ricki's wellness weekend, Allergy free wednesdays. Healthy Vegan Fridays

123 comments:

  1. Richa - When are you going to open your own restaurant so I can come and eat in it?! You are brilliant - can't wait to try this one!

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    1. you can just come by my home Jesse.:))

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    2. Can I come by, too?... Do you have a spare room, or mind a tent in your yard? LOL jk :) those look DELICIOUS, though! my bday is the 7th. maybe I'll make these! nomnomnom! <3 thank you! :)

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    3. i dont have a yard actually. but looking to find a home with one:) i should get a big one for sure:) please do! you will love them! happy birthday!

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  2. This looks amazing! Definitely going to try this one. The cauliflower method is genius. Love!

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    1. Thanks! Let me know how it goes:)

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  3. oh wow. that looks so good. What a great idea about the grated and roasted cauliflower! The photos are amazing too. Well done. Great recipe! It's great we are all making it harder for carnivores to have an excuse!

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    1. I know right.. this one rocks indeed!

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  4. Holy shit, Richa. This looks insane! Beautiful pictures and amazing recipe. You rule!

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  5. holy shit, richa! this looks incredible! if anything, i'm making those chickpea onion rings tonight!

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    1. haha... you did find those rings.. dint ya.. make some!!:) xx

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  6. My mouth just isn't big enough to take a bite out of this monster burger! Looks yummy!

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    1. its not that big:)) it looks tall in the pictures:)

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  7. Whoa! This is one beautiful burger. Strangely, I have an allergic reaction to cauliflower. Any suggestions to replace it? Bread crumbs perhaps?

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    1. you can use bread crumbs or coarsely ground oats. You wont need a lot though since they absorb a lot of moisture. Cauliflower doesnt absorb the moisture so you can add a good amount of that.

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    2. You could also use minced parsnip (mince it in the food processor) to replace the cauliflower and get a similar taste and texture profile to this burger :)

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  8. If you could just open a restaurant- preferably in my backyard, you'd save me a lot of trouble. I drool over your recipes with the best of intentions...and then have a can of soup for dinner because I don't have it in me!

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    1. :D there is a restaruant open in my backyard right now!:))

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  9. I love that you didn't fry those puppies. Looks so good – lentils and cauliflower are two of my favorite foods! I'll definitely be making these along with the rolls.

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    1. I know right. i dont like much oil really. :) cauli + lentils are my faves too!

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  10. I love this recipe! The patties look fantastic, wish I could eat that burger!!

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    1. Thanks Vicky! you can make your fave gf buns:)

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  11. well, I'm not actually hungry at the moment, but if you put one of these in front of me, I'd eat it very quickly:)I love roasted cauliflower, such nuttiness, but I've never grated it before to add to burgers, what a great idea! and the batter for the onion rings? sounds great - and the fact that it's all baked and not deep or shallow fried, brilliant. Love it:)

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    1. yup i like my oven. what can i say.. it doesnt require you to stand in the kitchen watching the frying process:)

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  12. Yep, another plus one on the 'that whole cauliflower thing really is a good idea' - what a gorgeous looking burger!

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  13. I have a total weakness for burgers and this looks like an AMAZING burger. Delicious!

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  14. I love this recipe and your blog! So much it is very interesting and creative. I love the combination of Indian ingredients and techniques in your recipes.

    Be well and keep up the good work! :)

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  16. This burger has layers of deliciousness going on!

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  17. Oh girl. This has every level of fabulousness. I can see why the burgers get so much traffic on your site, because they're pretty much incredible! Maybe I gotta figure out a raw burger this month....So in love! xx

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    1. :) i think you can dehydrate the cauliflower:)

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  18. Have I told you lately that I love you? ;-) Geezus, Richa! Those onion rings! And I know from experience that cauliflower and red lentils are winning combo- I can just imagine how amazing this tastes! Wow!

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    1. Ha! I love you back! for those waffles!

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  19. I think I love you.... This looks amazing! Are those red lentils in the picture, though? Mine don't look like that - they are very small and orange.

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    1. I call those pink lentils. the small pink/orange ones are the split and skinned version of the whole lentil I used here. I used whole red lentil for this burger(updated it in the description). The whole lentils, also called Indian brown lentils are very similar to easily available brown lentils(which could be spanish brown, or germen brown or other). Cooking time is almost the same for the different types of brown lentils and they can be swapped in a recipe.
      you can use the small pink/orange lentils in this too. they will need half the amount of water and 15 minutes to cook and will get mushier. Add more chickpea flour if needed.

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  20. Whoa, that is the most beautiful burger I've ever seen! You've outdone yourself!

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  21. these look super good...the first pic caught my eye and i had to check this out....looks too good Richa

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  24. Wow, Red lentil and Cauliflower, my two favourites!! So so delicious looking

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  25. when I saw the photo, I knew it was yours! this is perfection.

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  26. Well I am glad I saw this photo as now I have found you - my kind of food! This looks absolutely awesome and I can't wait to try out the recipe, not sure if I can find onion flakes as I haven't heard of them before but I will improvise if need be - thank you for sharing :)

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    1. they are just dried onion. you can add finely chopped onion or skip them or use spice blends which have onion in them like cajun/ranch. There is enough flavor going on in the patties:)

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    2. I found them in the grocery here, and purchased them along with my 4lb bag of chickpea flour lmao .... I need a lot of recipes with chickpea flour now :D

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    3. nice! we use a lot of chickpea flour.. especially to make variations of chickpea omelette for breakfast or dinner every few days:) http://www.veganricha.com/2012/08/chickpea-flour-omelette-with-spinach.html

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    4. I've just completed a juice fast so I hadn't made them, am just starting to do them now, I will post a photo to your facebook page when complete. :)

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  27. This looks amazing! I'm confused, though, as to what spices go in the patties. Do they have the cumin, cayenne and garlic powder or is that for the onion rings? I can't wait to make these!

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    1. Tracy everything lister under the patties goes in the burger patties.
      The onion rings recipe is in the method section nd the ingredients measurements are mentioned in the method itself. they are not listed separately. do let me know when you try them!

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  28. Hey I just found you blog and am your newest fan! You just may be some kind of genius. Theses look incredible I cannot wait to try this recipe out!

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  29. Oh wow, I'm so envious you have enough energy to make something so delicious. When I'm past the baby phase of my life I'm going to be serving up gorgeous meals like this. Yum! Thank you for sharing this with Healthy Vegan Fridays. Check back on Friday to see if you were one of the Top 3! We hope to see you again this week. You can submit a post from Friday to end of Tuesday:
    http://www.greenthickies.com/healthy-vegan-fridays

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  30. Hello, beautiful!!! I am always on the lookout for a good veggie burger recipe and this looks delicious!

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  31. I made these tonight. Delicious! My fave vegan burger by far!

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    1. Awesome! I am so happy about that!!:)

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  32. I made these tonight. Delicious! My fave vegan burger by far!

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  33. We just made these for dinner! They are wonderful! I seasoned with Southwest seasoning, Sea Salt, Cracked Pepper, Cumin and Chipotle Peppers in adobo sauce. Simply amazing. Thank you!

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    1. Awesome! I like the ideas of chipotle peppers and adobo sauce in these.. yumm!

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  34. Yum! Looks delicious. Can you add a pinterest widget so I can pin this scrumptious-looking recipe? Thanks, and I'll be visiting your page again!

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    1. Its right there on the top of the post, the pinit button and also on the floating left side bar, red P button. you can use either to pin it.

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  35. Can you freeze them? If so, cooked or uncooked? Thanks.

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    1. You can shape the patties and freeze them unbaked with parchment in between the patties. Thaw, bake and serve.

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  36. Do you buy chickpea flour or make your own? This is the first I am hearing of it!!

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    1. its readily available everywhere. It can also be called Garbanzo bean flour. or Besan(in indian stores) I usually buy bob's red mill brand

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    2. Hi Richa. Let me congratulate you for such a magnificient hamburguer creation!
      Im from Honduras and the organic and vegan supplies are very limited here. Is there something else I can use instead of chickpeas flour?

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  37. its readily available everywhere. It can also be called Garbanzo bean flour. or Besan(in indian stores) I usually buy bob's red mill.

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  38. Thanks for your recipes. I made the burgers last night and they were soooo delicious!!

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    1. Thank you for making them. I am so glad you liked them!:)

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  39. What a tasty looking burger!

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    1. Thanks Kevin! It tastes even better than it looks:)

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  40. These look great, I am going to make a double batch and freeze them... would you recommend baking them until fully cooked and then freezing or freezing raw or half cooked? So glad to have stumbled over your blog, excited to start cooking from it! ;)

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  41. Hi, this looks fab, going to make a double batch tonight to freeze (love having veggie burgers in the freezer to top with random veggie concoctions!), do you have any freezing tips? I planned to cook them all the way and freeze them, please let me know if you think I should do otherwise. Can't wait to try them!

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  42. Sorry, nevermind... I scanned the post and saw that you touched on freezing recommendations at the top... missed it the first go 'round!

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    1. Sorry it was hidden in the write up:). you can easily freeze the shaped patties and bake them later. Since the lentils and cauliflower are already cooked i dont recommend baking and freezing and rebaking. They will dry out a bit on the edges with the twice baking, though will still work out well.
      Hope you like them!

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  43. This looks like a great recipe, but the instructions are kind of hard to follow. Theres a reason tons of other recipes follow the same format. A little organization would be fabulous.

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    1. Hi Dana. I am not sure what format you are referring to. I try to keep the instructions in order as much as possible. Thanks.

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  44. I've made the patties before and they're great. Today for Cinco de Mayo, I'm making them as my enchilada filling. I added garlic and wakame to the lentils to cook together for extra flavor and minerals. Since I'm not making patties, I won't be baking, so I'm not adding the flour. Just putting filling into tortillas with cashew cheese and topping with enchilada sauce, then baking for 20 min. Should be yummy:)

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    1. Awesome! let me know how they work out:))

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  45. Wow! So good. I went vegetarian about 2 months ago and was suddenly craving a burger big time. (Not to mention sugar - is that normal?) Anyway, this is a fantastic idea and I had a fantastic meal. I will admit that I caramelized some onions to make this extra indulgent. Topped these awesome patties with sprouts, arugula and a chipotle mayo. Many thanks for your blog! I'll be keeping up with it.

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    1. Awesome.. so great that you added caramelized onions:)
      If you did it suddenly then the body needs a little time to adjust to the different types of foods and nutrients it is getting. You might want to add more protein, more beans/ lentils, quinoa, nuts, whole grains. more number of times(more small meals in between with added protein) to your diet right now and then balance them out to what makes you feel full after a few weeks.
      All the best!

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    2. Makes sense. Thanks for your thoughts :)

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  46. These were awesome.. I cheated and used Chipotle vegannaise and traders joe's soft square rolls... But oh so yummy

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    1. Awesome! you dont have to stick to the toppings and spices etc. use anything in the burger and on the burger:)) the base of the burger can pick up so many variations! it is one amazing yum thing :)

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    2. I know the first time I try and do as much to the recipe as I can and then after that..experiment..the roasted cauliflower is good

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  48. Looks amazing! I had never tried lentil patties at home before. Ia m going to try this one and every dish you have on your blog. ;)
    You blog make me want to quit my job and start cooking. ;)

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  49. I love your cauliflower burger. They look so yummy! I'll try to make it for my family some time. Thanks for the recipe, Richa!

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  50. this looks super amazing, thank you!!

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  51. Made them for lunch today, pretty much to a T, because the recipe was just too perfect to tamper with (that's almost a first for me - I'm an improviser)... AMAZING!!! Loved the onion rings too!

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    1. awesome!! so glad you made them to the T and loved them!!

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  52. Hi Richa-- Question, I live in Liberia and we dont have fresh cauliflower (shame!). What changes would you advise I make if I had to use a frozen variety? Thanks!

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    1. Hmm. I dont think you can grate the thawed cauliflower well.If you can, then thaw, grate and proceed as the recipe.
      If not, then put the thawed cauliflower, lentils and spices in a food processor and pulse till cauliflower is not chunky. Add breadcrumbs or chickpea flour to bind if needed and bake. Let me know how it turns out.

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  53. hi Richa, how abt replacing cauliflower with carrots. will it release more moisture ?

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    1. it should work out about similarly. roast the carrots till dry-ish on the outside then use.

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  54. I made this recipe exactly as stated, but only got 3 burgers!? I am not the best at this stuff though... I am wondering if my grated cauliflower was lacking- I only grated the white tops.. was that where i went wrong? It was SUPER DELICIOUS anyway. Thanks so much.

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    1. maybe the cauliflower quantity was less or it dried up a lot. these are small-medium sized patties but quite fat patties and should easily give you 6 or so.

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    2. thanks!!! i made it again and got 4 biggies this time. so delicious. you're my new favorite blog! i am making your sweet potato blondies right now too!

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  55. I made these and had a few problems. First, I used red lentils instead of brown ones...big mistake as red lentils tend to get kind of mushy pretty quickly. So, I had to add more flour to get everything to hold together. Also, mine stuck to the wax paper so the burgers were ripped apart when I tried getting them off the paper. Help...what should I do next time to prevent this?

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    1. yes, you will need a lot of flour/breadcrumbs to get the patties to be dry. also use parchment paper for best results. even with a moist patty, the paper doesnt stick and can be easily peeled off. See my bbq lentil burger which uses red lentils. they come out great too without sticking when made on parchment. http://www.veganricha.com/2013/05/bbq-lentil-veggie-burger-with-mango.html

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  56. Ahh, until I re-read my comment and your response, I didn't realize that the recipe said parchment paper....makes sense. I even have a silicone baking mat which would've been perfect. The bbq lentil burger sounds fabulous. I'll make it after I try this recipe again (want to get it right before I move on). By the way, the onion rings were to die for...yum yum!

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    1. Also the water needed to cook the split lentils vs whole is very different and much less. hence the red lentils probably were very mushy. in the bbq lentil burger, i use just enough liquid to get dry-ish red lentils, so it doesnt need much flour or breadcrumbs to keep dry.

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  57. I made this the other day, added a bit more flour as I hadn't got the consistency quite right for some reason but they tasted absolutely amazing! Great recipes, me and my boyfriend are constantly scouring your blog!

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    1. probably a bit extra moisture in the lentils or the cauliflower. glad you loved them!

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  58. Look awesome, will be giving these a try might even experiment with quinoa in place of lentils :)

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  59. I made these this week and can't stop raving about the burgers and the ONION RINGS! Oh thank you for this delicious recipe. Absolutely fantastic! Had to pass on to everyone I know. You are now in my favorites for recipe go-to sites.

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  60. Why do the ingredients for the red lentil patties list salt and garlic powder as an ingredients, twice?
    (And in varying amounts.)

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    1. they are added to the lentils while cooking and then added to the patty mixture.

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  61. Maybe it's stated somewhere -if so -sorry!!! Just wondered how many this recipe is for? Thanks ! Looks fantastic !

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  62. Can someone just please make me some and send them....:)

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  63. Ate these last night - incredibly yummy. I want them again now! Tahnks so mcuh for all the amazing recipes, Jen x

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  64. Hi Richa, these burgers look amazing, I can't wait to try them. If I wanted to make the onion rings oil free do you think that would work and if so, do you have any ideas of what to sub for the oil? Thanks!
    Tracy

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    1. you can omit the oil. it might be more on the chewy side. coat the rings in rice flour or breadcrumbs after dipping into the batter to make them crispier.

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  65. Hi Richa, I did not have the chickpea flour and replaced it with soy flour. I wonder what the different is between the two when it comes to this recipe of yours, I know chickpea flour is gluten-free, but what else? The burgers were very nice. We had them topped with beet, oninion, mustard and cucumbers. My husband enjoyed them, too and even my 2,5 year-old daughter. Shehad hers with ketchup;)
    Thanks for your reply.

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    1. i havent used soy flour so I am not sure about how it works to absorb the moisture. the flour is basically to help absorb some of the moisture and bind the burgers if needed. i think pretty much any flour will work in these burgers regular wheat flour as well. if a recipe calls for larger quantities of a particular flour then the recipe probably needs it for taste. for my burger patties usually that is not the case. so any flour works.
      so glad you all loved the burgers!

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