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Old 06-06-2009, 01:40 AM   #1
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I want to make Ani Phyo's Hemp Sun Burgers. I'd like to change up he seasoning a little to make it taste a little more 'burgery'. Any suggestions welcome. If anyone has other Nut/Seed burger recipes to share I'd appreciate it. This is only my second post so I can't post the link to the recipe so add the www and cut and paste!

Hemp Sun Burgers: aniphyo.com/?s=burger

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Old 06-06-2009, 08:49 AM   #2
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I make veggie burgers but never with the intention that they'll be "burgery", so I'm not sure I'll be any help. I put onion, garlic, soy sauce or veg worcestershire, water chestnuts, and tomato paste in mine. Are you going to dehydrate them as the recipe you're using suggested?
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I think veggie burger are great with a little curry, or with cumin & chili powder.
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I think I meant a more heartier/deeper flavor. I'll try some veggie worcestershire sauce that should work well. I am going to dehydrate a couple of them and see how it is, if I don't like it there is always the George Foreman or the oven.
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Braggs Liquid Aminos adds a nice richness to most anything I put it in. Liquid Smoke or smoked pepper will also add nice depth and make it taste like it was grilled.

ETA: Sorry, I didn't notice the age of this post. Maybe it will help someone.

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