When you really want a
slightly heavier dish; something that will feel "substantial" and
that will keep for more than 24 hours in the fridge. And something that can
change into something else quickly and easily can only be a bonus too? If this is
what you're looking for, then this recipe will definitely fit the bill.
SERVES: Makes 2 decent loaves or many burgers (depends on
size and depth of your burger)
Food Processor, Dehydrator
2 cups almonds or walnuts or pecans or any combination
of these three (pre-soaked nuts gives a more fluffy end result)
2-3 large carrots 1/2 large onion or more to taste 1 large handful of fresh parsley 1/4 cup lemon juice 1 teaspoon Celtic sea salt OR Himalayan Crystal Salt
with 1 Tablespoon water if necessary
Put all of the ingredients in a food processor and process until you
have a very well blended mixture.
Taste test. Need more parsley or salt? Or perhaps you want to make a
curry flavoured nut loaf or burgers, or maybe some other themed recipe? Now is
the time to add your extra seasonings to taste.
Shape into a loaf, either by hand, using a mould or a tin and/or shape
into burger shapes - it all depends on your personal preference. I make one
loaf and lots of burgers from this mixture.
Serve fresh, as is, or partially dehydrate for a completely different
flavour and texture. I like dehydrating the burgers for a couple of hours to
get a nice semi-crunchy outside to them (leaves them nice and mushy on the
Serve topped with a fresh sprig
of parsley and a few remaining nuts for decoration.
Coach Top Tips:
Once you have made this recipe once and see
how crazily easy and tasty it is, experiment with your other flavours.