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Beetroot burger

06.19.2018
Beetroot burger

Meatfree day? make the mixture today and you´ll have a quick dinner tomorrow

6–8 BURGERS


5–6 beets, fine chopped 

1 onion, fine chopped


2–3 eggs 


150 g oatmeal

1 handful chives, chopped

1 handful parsley, chopped


2 ts olive oil 


200 g chèvrecheese

4 garlic cloves, chopped 

salt, pepper

 

Mix the chopped beets and the onion in a big bowl. Add the oatmeal, eggs, herbs, oil and the cheese. Taste with salt and pepper. 

Put in fridge for 30 minutes, or longer. 

Form 6–8 burgers by hand. Add more oatmeal if the dough is too wet, but not too much.  Fry in oil at medium heat until the burgers are a bit golden and crispy, turn them and fry on the other side. The dough can be a little unmanageable but it will help to push it together with the frying spatula.  

Serve with burgerbread, fresh onion and a sallad or coleslaw.  

 

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