Makes about 9
A few weeks ago I bought a package of Hemp and Greens vegan patty in the freezer section of a health food store. I loved the idea of having these vegan patties as a quick light meal. When I tasted them, they were seriously too bland for my taste buds. So I looked up the ingredients on the package, figured out what went into them, and created my tastier, spicier version. The picture on the left was taken before they went into the oven.
1 c Organic Hemp Seed
2 T Psyllium Seed Husk Powder
2 – 3 cups of any combination of the following greens:
Arugala, Spinach, Chard, Collards, Dandelion greens, Kale, Turnip or Beet greens.
1 c Org. Parsley or Cilantro
1 T Coconut Oil
2 T Onion, chopped fine
1T Ground Cumin (or to taste)
1t Ground Coriander seed
1 t Cayenne (optional)
1t Turmeric Powder
1 t Garlic Powder or 2t Fresh Garlic chopped fine
Sea Salt or Himalayan Salt to taste
Black Pepper to taste
1 t Old Bay Seasoning (optional)
Pulse greens in the food processor until chopped well.
Add all other ingredients and pulse to mix.
Add Hemp and Psyllium powder and pulse until mixed. You may need to scrape sides to help the mixing.
Make patties the size of hamburgers and bake at 375 until lightly brown.
Store in fridge or freezer for later use.
To thaw from frozen: Place patty in the toaster through 1 cycle.
From thawed: Then put a few drops of ghee or coconut oil in a pan and warm over medium or low fire until warm.
NOTE: This tastes a bit different each time I make it because I never make it the same way twice. So I encourage you to be creative and adventurous. Add whatever you want to make it taste the way you like it. I always have these in the fridge or freezer, and it’s my Go To when I want something quick and easy to eat as a light meal on its own or accompanied with soup or a salad.
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