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In this recipe there are fundamental ingredients in natural nutrition. Cereals or pseudo-cereals, as in this case, are the basis of plant-based nutrition.
Specifically, the quinoa is a pseudo-cereal very rich in protein: it is indicated in all physiological states, very useful even in those who does sports and needs an extra gear.
The black cabbage, like all cruciferous is a precious source of protein, molecules that give us structure, vitamins and minerals.
Beans, like all legumes, nourish our vital energy and are also rich in protein.
A really nourishing dish to be combined with vegetables, cooked or raw, or both.
- • 25 gr Extra Virgin Olive oil
- • 25 gr Basil
- • 25 gr White onion
- • 5 gr Salt
- • 25 gr Oregano
- • 2 nr Garlic cloves
- • 5 gr Pepper
- • 25 gr Parsley
- • 150 gr boiled white quinoa
- • 600 gr boiled Cannellini beans
- • 50 gr Oatmeal
- • 60 gr Black cabbage
Add the cabbage and the garlic and cook for another 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Leave to cool and combine with the beans, adding quinoa, crushed oat flakes, oregano, basil, parsley and pepper.
Crush each ball on a baking sheet covered with baking paper to form the burgers and bake at 180Â°C for 20-25 minutes until golden brown.