WholeFoods/Plant Based – “Bubba Burger” – A Great Tasting… Good For You Burger

Here is a recipe for a great tasting Whole Foods, Plant Based Burger that will do your body good. Jam packed full of nutrition that will build your blood and boost your immune system.

Bubba Burger - Plant Based - Good For You

Bubba Burger – Plant Based – Good For You

Bubba Burger Patty

Bubba Burger Patty

Inside Bubba Burger

Inside Bubba Burger

This burger gives you the feeling you are eating meat… for all you meat lovers out there… and it looks red inside like a real burger.

Ingredients:

This recipe makes about 12 burgers that you can freeze for use later… but they never last long.

1 1/2 – Cups of Cooked Garbanzo Beans

1 1/2 – Cups of Cooked Black Beans

3 – Cups of Brown Rice Cooked with Some Veggie Broth

6 – Cloves of Garlic Minced

2 – Tablespoon of No Sodium Chili Powder

1 – Large Cooked Red Beet – Chopped

2 – Tablespoons of Brown Rice Flour

2 – Teaspoons Xanthine Gum – makes everything stay together

1 – Cup of Moringa Leaves – Dried or Fresh – You can substitute parsley if you like.

(Optional) – 3 Tablespoons – BBQ sauce that is low fat and low sodium – or your favorite steak sauce.

(Optional) – 1 Cup of Crushed Almonds – For a Little More Protein

Salt and Pepper to Taste

Small amount of spray oil to coat the outside of each burger before putting on the grill… use very little.

1 – Toasted Whole Grain – Wheat Free and Gluten Free Hamburger Bun.

1 – Slice of Tomato

1 or 2 – Lettuce Leaves

Condiments of your choice

Add all the ingredients except the bun, tomato, condiments, and lettuce to a large bowl and use your hands to mash everything together. Now reserve 2 cups of the mixture. Next take the remaining mixture and place it in a food processor, processing until smooth or use a heavy duty blender. Now combine the reserved mixture back with the processed mixture and mix well.

Make your burger patties from about 1/3 pound of the mixture.

Take one of the patties and spray with a small amount of spray oil just before you place it on a hot grill. The small amount of oil will brown the outside of the burger so it has the nice grilled look. When brown in the edges remove from grill and place on a toasted bun… garnish with lettuce and tomato and whatever else you like… pickles, relish, you choose.

Enjoy!

PS — I named this burger after our little dog “Higo” (Spanish for Fig) who has a lot of personality… so much so that I nick named her “Bubba”… she’s so much fun.

Garbanzo Beans – Garbanzo Beans are a very important source of molybdenum which helps in the process of de-toxing the body. They are also high in fiber and protein and help lower cholesterol especially the LDL or bad cholesterol… and thus also help with preventing heart disease. They also lower blood sugar levels. Garbanzos also contain 84.5% of the body’s daily manganese which is a good anti-oxidant and helps with the immune system. And Garbanzos also contain a good amount of iron needed for healthy hemoglobin, and tryptophan which helps you relax and de-stress.

Black Beans – Black Beans are great for helping your GI tract grow good bacteria thus keeping you healthy. Black Beans have great fiber thus lowers the risk of colon cancer. Black Beans are full of lots of great flavonoids and antioxidants that help with cardiovascular health and also immune support… and Black Beans have more than antioxidants than some berries and also apples. Full of lots of protein, B vitamins, iron and molybdenum too… and lots of soluble fiber that lowers your cholesterol. And one more thing-Black Beans can also lower your glucose and help with diabetes.

Brown Rice – Brown Rice compared to White Rice has a lot of health benefits. Brown Rice is full of Thiamine, Niacin, Pyridoxine, Vitamin K, Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, and Potassium. Brown Rice is rich in fiber, controls blood sugar and cholesterol, and works wonders for ulcers and diarrhea. Plus if you are debilitated it’s very easy to digest and contains needed nutrients for your bones, muscles, nails, hair, and teeth. Soak your Brown Rice in water for 30 minutes prior to cooking and it will cook faster.

Beets – Are full of vulgaxanthin and betanin that are powerful phytonutrients that are anti-inflammatory, great antioxidants, and detox your body. At the same time Beets are packed full of iron that helps with anemia… and Beet juice lowers blood pressure too. Beets also stop tumor growth and have amazing nutrients that are important for eye health.

Moringa – Moringa is full of great amino acids, vitamins, and minerals… and Moringa contains more that 4 times the amount of beta-carotene found in carrots, lots more Vitamin C than what you find in oranges. It also contains 2 to 3 times the amount of protein found in many dairy products. Full of calcium, and more than 7 times the potassium found in bananas. Moringa also has lots of zinc, which is great for boosting the immune system thus preventing colds.

Enjoy Your Bubba Burger!

And Enjoy Great Health!

Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist and Spiritual Teacher for over 20 years, helping people to recover and feel healthy. You can also find Dr. Haider on FB under Dr. Paul Haider, Healing Herbs, Shambala Spiritual Transformation Institute, Meditation for the Soul, and Relax Into Success, Punjab teas, and at www.paulhaider.comfeel free to contact him any time. Also check out Dr. Haider’s radio show at http://www.thesourcecenterradio.com/The-Relaxed-Soul.html June show to be about “Divine Particles”

About Dr. Paul Haider

Dr. Paul Haider has been a Spiritual Teacher and Master Herbalist for over 25 years. Dr. Haider helps those looking for healing and spiritual realization. Dr. Haider has over 3,000 articles about natural health and spirituality, a radio show, and writes for many magazines including OM Times Magazine. Dr. Paul Haider - Email – drpaulhaider@gmail.com or call him at (831) 869-9119 EST. Websites – www.paulhaider.com - and also on FB under Dr. Paul Haider
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