Quinoa Burgers light

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Rich, healthy and very nutritious

You have not tried quinoa? Well then it’s time you do. This pseudo cereal will offer very interesting nutrients. And you can eat it by this rich recipe quinoa burgers light.

Quinoa is not a cereal or a legume. It is often called “pseudocereal”. But, really, with the properties it has, it is more super than pseudo. This food, heritage of the Incas since ancient times, can be eaten in many ways and thus enjoy fibers, fatty acids and nutrient quality of all types and color.

To lose weight, you will also wonders. It is that while per 100 grams of the dried product will have about 300 calories, your contribution goes far beyond that and cooked yields enough. You can try it in many ways, but one of the most classic and effective is through quinoa burgers, as you can see in this article.


A cup of quinoa
Two cups of water or vegetable broth
A bit chive
A garlic clove
A piece of red pepper
Half tablespoon of olive oil
A stream of soy sauce
required amount of chickpea flour
pepper and some chopped fresh herb salt,

Thoroughly wash the quinoa in a strainer, so you eliminate the saponin that covers it. Boil the broth or water until completely consumed. Let it cool. Meanwhile, place the onion, garlic and pepper in the bowl of the food processor or food processor. Tritúralos and mix with quinoa. Season with salt, pepper, chopped fresh herbs (oregano, parsley, thyme, etc.), a dash of soy sauce and a little olive oil. Mix well.

Now, you have no more to add some flour, preferably wholemeal or some cereal or legume. The chickpea, for example, is perfect for bonding. Form first few rolls with the dough and then crush them to make hamburger thickness more choice. Later, you will no longer have to cook in the oven, pan or hot plate. To accompany, nothing better than a salad.

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