- Gluten Free
- Vegan Friendly
- Good Source Of Dietary Fibre
- Low In Sugar
- it’s a Lifestyle product not for people with Gluten allergy
- Not made in Gluten free kitchen
Avoiding gluten means more than giving up traditional breads, cereals, pasta, pizza. But its not the same now. If you have never tried gluten free hamburger buns, then you are seriously missing out. They’re soft and delicious. Most of all, they are a healthy option if burgers so happen to be one of your favourite foods.
Ingredients: Premium flours from grandma’s kitchen. Millet, Amaranth, Water Chestnut, Tapoica and Buckwheat, Water, Yeast and Salt.
Health benefits of going Gluten Free
A gluten–free…. Gluten-free foods have become a fad and there is plenty of debate regarding the health benefits and risks of going gluten free even if you don’t have gluten intolerance. However, a gluten-free diet is an absolute must for those suffering from celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Gluten is present in almost all foods from bread and cereals to snacks, beverages and even sauces. While this can make it hard you to avoid products containing gluten altogether, it’s well worth the effort. gluten-free diet can provide many health benefits, especially for those with celiac disease. It may help ease digestive symptoms, reduce chronic inflammation, boost energy, promote weight loss, Eliminates bloating and Improves bone health.
Gluten free ways to enjoy & Storage
Wow your guests with some of these unusual but totally mouthwatering toppings for your next Gluten free treat.
It works with but not limited to chicken, turkey, meat substitutes and any other option you desire. Heck, they even go well with bean or plant based burgers if you do happen to be a vegetarian or vegan.
For a tropical feel, go with a thick slice of pineapple and your favorite BBQ sauce
Instead of eating coleslaw as a side dish to your burger, why not put it inside the bun
Referred to as nature’s butter, avocados are so creamy and decadent, yet include the fats that are actually vital to a healthy diet.
Topping your burger with avocado, sliced or mixed into guacamole, makes your burger not only more delicious, but also more filling. It’s a delicious topping that’s also guilt-free.
Mac & Cheese
Even with a smaller patty, macaroni and cheese basically doubles your burger, so this is for a truly special occasion when no one is counting calories.
But eating a burger with mac and cheese adds a creamy deliciousness that is oh so worth it.
Similar to pickles, kimchi can give your burger a tangy kick. For those new to kimchi, it’s a spicy and salty Korean coleslaw style salad made up of cabbage, onions, and chile.
If you want an Asian-inspired, pungent burger, go with a big spoonful of kimchi. Plus, you’ll get some gut-healthy probiotics to boot.
Sometimes your burger needs a little flair. Take a trip to the Mediterranean with a big dollop of hummus. This condiment may seem simple but it’s actually bursting with flavor.
An added bonus: hummus is made from chickpeas and sesame tahini, so it’s a healthy alternative to other creamy toppings that are less cholesterol-conscious.
Everyone loves grilled veggies, but I personally dislike eating anything off a stick. Grill up your choice of vegetables (I prefer squash, onions, and peppers) and finish off your burger with them!
This makes for simpler eating and a more finger-food friendly atmosphere. Plus the tasty veggies add a nice crunch and that delightful, charred flavor to your burger.
Lettuce on a burger has to be crunchy since it doesn’t add a lot of flavor. You could add mixed greens or arugula for something with a little more zing, but my advice is just to make sure your romaine stays crisp.
One way to do so is to wait to wash your head of lettuce until you’re about to use it. This way the leaves don’t go soggy sitting in your fridge. And even if your lettuce does end up getting a little sad looking, there’s a trick for that too!
Soak your lettuce in an ice bath for a few minutes and it will perk back up.
For the same day consumption they can be stored at the room temperature
Store them in the fridge fo upto a week
Red Lentil Burger
2 tbsp olive oil , divided
1 small onion , diced
1 small carrot , peeled and diced
1 1/2 tsp cumin , toasted
1/2 tsp coriander , toasted
1 cup red lentils
2 cups vegetable broth
1 tsp salt
1 cup baby leaves
1/2 cup dry bread crumbs
1 egg , lightly beaten
1/2 cup water
1 cup Greek yogurt
1/3 cup crumbled feta
1 garlic clove , minced
2 tbsp chopped dill
1 cup baby leaves
1 avocado , peeled and thinly sliced (optional)
pickled red onions ,
1/2 cup feta , (optional)
HEAT 1 tbsp of the oil in a medium frying pan over medium. Add onion and carrot and cook until they begin to soften, about 3 min. Stir in cumin, coriander and lentils, and cook for 1 min. Stir in broth, water and salt, and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer, uncovered, until lentils are just tender and liquid is absorbed, 22 to 24 min. Stir in baby leaves during last min of cooking.
REMOVE pan from heat and let cool for 10 min. Stir in bread crumbs and egg. (Add up to 2 tbsp water if patties are dry.)
SAUCE: Stir yogurt, feta, garlic and dill in a small bowl. Set aside.
HEAT remaining 1 tbsp oil in a large pan over medium. Scoop heaping 1/2-cup portions of lentil mixture and form into 5 1-in.-thick patties. Add to pan in 2 batches and cook until golden, 3 to 4 min. Flip and continue cooking, 3 min. Repeat.
SERVE Serve burgers topped with baby leaves, yogurt sauce, avocado, pickled onions, radishes and feta. Enjoy!