Thursday, 5 September 2013

SOYA MUSHROOM BURGER- Happy Teachers Day!!

Just now read somehwhere "Teaching is the profession that teaches all other professions!" How true! We seldom realize such simple things in life unless told by someone.  I like all my teachers except two ,whom I really hate.(there's a genuine reason).As a child, I was very shy to express my respect or love towards them. So today I wanted to take this oppurtunity to share about some of my favourite teachers who left their impact on me.

Qamarunnisa Ma'm who taught me in Grade 2 from Al Noor School,Auh was my first favourite among teachers. She was so caring and knew to deal with small kids really well. I always got motherly affection from her and was surprised when she could recognize me after 8 years. The other favourites were Jayasree Ma'm, Sangeetha Ma'm, Hari sir, Lissy Ma'm, Sheena Ma'm etc. etc. and the list goes on. I wanted to thank all my teachers from the bottom of my heart. I wouldn't have achieved first rank in 12th without them and I really mean it. I was so careless in my studies; but the teachers' trust in me overpowered everything and I had to prove myself.



Coming over to the recipe, a wonderful , melt in mouth and healthy recipe which you can make ahead and freeze for your kids' school. You can avoid mushroom if your kids don't like it. Otherwise a power packed, nutritious food is just a few minutes away.

Ingredients :
Courtesy: Mummy Ka Magic
(Makes 10)

Soya bean chunks 36 medium sized
Button Mushrooms 6
Green peas 1 1/2 cups
Potato 2 cups, boiled and mashed
Onion 3, medium
Garlic 2tsp
Pepper 2 tsp
Oregano or Italian mixed herbs 3/4tsp, (Optional)
Bread crumbs, 1 cup or more for coating

Method:

Pour boiling water over soyabean in a bowl, let it soak for 10-15 minutes. Drain and squeeze them nicely. If there's any moisture left behind, there's a chance to break while frying.

Mince soya beans, mushroom and greenpeas together in a grinder or foodprocessor. Keep it aside in a bowl.

Make a paste of onions. Heat oil in a pan and saute in garlic for few seconds . Add onion paste to it. Saute till the paste leaves sides of the pan. Add spices to it.

Add this paste into the soya mixture. Mix in breadcrumbs nicely. Take a handful of mixture and make patties out of it. Coat breadcrumbs and shallowfry this in little oil.

If you want to freeze, follow the same procedures I followed in freezing Meat Cutlets.



Linking this to Back 2 School Event hosted by me
Healthy Breakfast Event


12 comments:

  1. this is really interesting hasna... a little bit about soya bean? is it the nutrela?? or is it something else...

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  2. @rafeeda... yes it is the same.. i would ve written soya chunks, right?

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  3. New on your space. Love the burger.

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  4. oh that is one super burger Hasna.Love it.yes so true about teachers.They leave lasting impressions on us.

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  5. Oh wow, I'm drooling! Thanks for the recipe, definitely going to try it.

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  6. those burgers are amazing...super thick patties with flavors inbuilt

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  7. Really interesting and amazing burgers. Healthy too. Thanks for linking this to my event. Looking for more wonderful recipes.

    nandoo
    ongoing event: healthy breakfast

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  8. Soya burger.. very healthy.. my son loves burgers.. and this is a very healthy option to serve him. Have to try this once!

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  9. Wonderful burger made with soy which sits perfectly inside the bun.

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  10. Wow, u made it healthy with soya. Love that sauce dripping off the burger in that pic.. Lovely !

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Thursday, 5 September 2013

SOYA MUSHROOM BURGER- Happy Teachers Day!!

Just now read somehwhere "Teaching is the profession that teaches all other professions!" How true! We seldom realize such simple things in life unless told by someone.  I like all my teachers except two ,whom I really hate.(there's a genuine reason).As a child, I was very shy to express my respect or love towards them. So today I wanted to take this oppurtunity to share about some of my favourite teachers who left their impact on me.

Qamarunnisa Ma'm who taught me in Grade 2 from Al Noor School,Auh was my first favourite among teachers. She was so caring and knew to deal with small kids really well. I always got motherly affection from her and was surprised when she could recognize me after 8 years. The other favourites were Jayasree Ma'm, Sangeetha Ma'm, Hari sir, Lissy Ma'm, Sheena Ma'm etc. etc. and the list goes on. I wanted to thank all my teachers from the bottom of my heart. I wouldn't have achieved first rank in 12th without them and I really mean it. I was so careless in my studies; but the teachers' trust in me overpowered everything and I had to prove myself.



Coming over to the recipe, a wonderful , melt in mouth and healthy recipe which you can make ahead and freeze for your kids' school. You can avoid mushroom if your kids don't like it. Otherwise a power packed, nutritious food is just a few minutes away.

Ingredients :
Courtesy: Mummy Ka Magic
(Makes 10)

Soya bean chunks 36 medium sized
Button Mushrooms 6
Green peas 1 1/2 cups
Potato 2 cups, boiled and mashed
Onion 3, medium
Garlic 2tsp
Pepper 2 tsp
Oregano or Italian mixed herbs 3/4tsp, (Optional)
Bread crumbs, 1 cup or more for coating

Method:

Pour boiling water over soyabean in a bowl, let it soak for 10-15 minutes. Drain and squeeze them nicely. If there's any moisture left behind, there's a chance to break while frying.

Mince soya beans, mushroom and greenpeas together in a grinder or foodprocessor. Keep it aside in a bowl.

Make a paste of onions. Heat oil in a pan and saute in garlic for few seconds . Add onion paste to it. Saute till the paste leaves sides of the pan. Add spices to it.

Add this paste into the soya mixture. Mix in breadcrumbs nicely. Take a handful of mixture and make patties out of it. Coat breadcrumbs and shallowfry this in little oil.

If you want to freeze, follow the same procedures I followed in freezing Meat Cutlets.



Linking this to Back 2 School Event hosted by me
Healthy Breakfast Event


12 comments:

  1. this is really interesting hasna... a little bit about soya bean? is it the nutrela?? or is it something else...

    ReplyDelete
  2. @rafeeda... yes it is the same.. i would ve written soya chunks, right?

    ReplyDelete
  3. New on your space. Love the burger.

    ReplyDelete
  4. oh that is one super burger Hasna.Love it.yes so true about teachers.They leave lasting impressions on us.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Oh wow, I'm drooling! Thanks for the recipe, definitely going to try it.

    ReplyDelete
  6. those burgers are amazing...super thick patties with flavors inbuilt

    ReplyDelete
  7. Really interesting and amazing burgers. Healthy too. Thanks for linking this to my event. Looking for more wonderful recipes.

    nandoo
    ongoing event: healthy breakfast

    ReplyDelete
  8. Soya burger.. very healthy.. my son loves burgers.. and this is a very healthy option to serve him. Have to try this once!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Wonderful burger made with soy which sits perfectly inside the bun.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Wow, u made it healthy with soya. Love that sauce dripping off the burger in that pic.. Lovely !

    ReplyDelete