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Are you celebrating one of the National Food Holidays?
This recipe is a great choice for a Meatless Monday, (a public health awareness campaign promoting meatless, low-fat meals once a week as part of a goal to reduce the saturated fat in American diets by 15%. Even though it's meatless, it still a delicious alternative to real hamburgers. Just add your lettuce, tomato, onions etc. and you have a yummie meal- Beanburgers are popular served in pita breads (crisped up in the oven), with tomato and lettuce. Alternatively, they taste nice with a spicy tomato sauce.

Recipe for BeanBurgers:

1 medium onion, chopped
1 red or yellow bell pepper, chopped
A generous pinch of each of: cumin, ground
   coriander, mild chilli powder, paprika and
2 tins of mixed beans or mixed pulses, drained
2-3 medium carrots, grated
40g rolled oats
1 egg (leave out to make it Vegan. Without it, the
   burger breaks and frays much more in the pan)

Fry the onions and pepper (in a little bit of oil) with
   the spices for a couple of minutes. Leave  to cool.
Mash the beans in a large bowl.
Add the carrot, onion, pepper and oats to the
   mashed beans and mix until well combined.
Add the egg slowly (you probably won't need all of
   it). You don't want a mixture that's too sticky.
Shape the dough into 6 to 8 burgers and lightly
   flour each side.
Fry the burgers (in a little bit of oil) for a few
    minutes     on each side, until golden.
Serve hot. 

Beans have significant amounts of fiber and soluble fiber, with one cup of cooked beans providing between nine to thirteen grams of fiber. Soluble fiber can help lower blood cholesterol. Beans are also high in protein, complex carbohydrates and iron.

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Beans were an important alternative source of protein throughout old and new world history, and still are today. There are over 4,000 cultivars of bean on record in the United States, alone.

Veggie Burger /BeanBurger
A veggie burger is a hamburger-style patty that does not have meat. The patty of a veggie burger may be made, for example, from vegetables, legumes, nuts, dairy products, mushrooms, soy, wheat, or eggs."photo: homemade veggie burger. she uses beans, corn, rice, and different spices.
  Vegetarians love "BeanBurgers!"   Recipe below
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