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Mankai Veggie Burger

Reintroduce an American classic as a wholesome delight, perfect as a nutritious boost for vegetarians and flexitarians

Mankai Nutrition Contribution

SERVING SIZE 8oz
Mankai content per serving 0.16oz

Mankai contributes to each portion:
Nutrient
Value

Calories  4

Protein  0.5g

Dietary fibers  0.4g

Iron  0.7mg

Sodium  0.5mg

Potassium  27mg

Vitamin B12  0.03mcg

Vitamin E  0.2mg

WHAT YOU’LL
NEED:


2 Cups canned Garbanzo Beans, divided

1 TB. Olive Oil

1 Cup Shallots, minced

½ Cup Red Beets, cooked and sliced

½ Cup Rolled Oats, toasted

⅓ Cup Aquafaba (canned chickpea liquid)

1 TB. Gluten-free Flour (King Arthurs )

1 defrosted cube of Mankai

4 tsp. Salt (Diamond Crystal Kosher salt which is 50 % less sodium by volume than iodized salt)

HOW TO
MAKE IT:

Step 1

Open can of garbanzo beans and drain, reserving liquid (aquafaba)


Step 2

Coarsely chop 1 Cup garbanzo beans and set aside


Step 3

Heat olive oil in a pan until shimmering


Step 4

Add shallots and sweat over a low heat until translucent


step 5

Place in food processor with beets, oats, aquafaba, flour, Mankai, salt, and remaining 1 Cup garbanzo

beans; pulse gently until homogenous but chunky


Step 6

Remove mixture, place in bowl and fold in chopped garbanzo beans until evenly mixed


Step 7

Lightly grease a griddle (flat top or pan) and cook on medium heat until firm on both sides, and hot throughout. Mixture will be firm and springy when fully cooked

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