Roasted Garlic & Quinoa Burgers
Vegan, Non-GMO Project verified, and made with red quinoa, lentils, carrots, brown rice and bell peppers.
*MorningStar Farms® Roasted Garlic & Quinoa Burgers contain 44% less fat than regular ground beef. Regular ground beef contains 15g total fat per serving (67g). MorningStar Farms® Roasted Garlic and Quinoa Burgers contain 8g total fat per serving (67g). See nutrition information for sodium content.
Allergen Notes:CONTAINS SOY AND WHEAT INGREDIENTS.
|Serving Size:||1 Burger|
|Dietary Fiber:||7 g|
|Total Fat:||8 g|
Ingredients:WATER, ORGANIC RED QUINOA, ORGANIC TEXTURED SOY PROTEIN, BROWN LENTILS (WATER, LENTILS), ORGANIC ONIONS, ORGANIC CANOLA OIL, ORGANIC HIGH OLEIC SUNFLOWER OIL, CARROTS, ORGANIC GREEN PEPPERS, ORGANIC SOY PROTEIN FLOUR, ORGANIC COOKED BROWN RICE (WATER, ORGANIC BROWN RICE), ORGANIC RED BELL PEPPERS, ORGANIC ROLLED OATS, ROASTED GARLIC, CONTAINS TWO PERCENT OR LESS OF GUM BLEND (CARRAGEENAN, KONJAC FLOUR), SEA SALT, BULGUR WHEAT, ORGANIC ONION POWDER, NATURAL FLAVORS, ORGANIC GARLIC POWDER, ORGANIC BLACK PEPPER, SPICE, YEAST EXTRACT.
Preparation Instructions: Keep Frozen Until Ready to Use.
For Food Safety and Quality, Heat to a Minimum Internal Temperature of 165°F, including when on the grill.
IN THE SKILLET (recommended method)
1. Preheat non-stick skillet over MEDIUM heat.
2. Lightly spray skillet with cooking oil.
3. Place frozen burgers in skillet.
4. Cook burgers over MEDIUM heat for 11-12 minutes, turning burgers over halfway through cook time.
IN THE MICROWAVE*
1. Place frozen burger on a microwave safe plate.
2. Microwave on HIGH for 1 minute 15 seconds-1 minute 30 seconds, turning burger over halfway through cooking time.
Microwaving more than 1 burger at one time is not recommended.
* Cooking instructions developed using 1100 watt microwave. Microwave ovens vary. Times given are approximate.
IN THE OVEN
1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
2. Place frozen burgers in a single layer on a baking sheet and bake for 17–18 minutes.
Caution: Never leave cooking appliance unattended while in use. Children should be supervised.
Have plant-based protein instead of meat just once a week for a year, and you could take a 2 hour shower with the water you’d save. Except don’t, cause we really need the water.
Kunzig, R. (2014). Carnivore's Dilemma. [Online] National Geographic. Available at: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/meat/