Best Veggie Burgers on the Planet (Anglais) Broché – 1 mai 2011
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“These delicious, healthy, and humane recipes are sure to rouse both vegans and non-vegans to rush to the kitchen and cook with new inspiration.”
—Dr. Will Tuttle, author of the best-selling The World Peace Diet
Nothing satisfies like a big, messy, juicy burger! Joni's burgers are on a mission to mess up the front of your shirt and make you lick your fingers—bib and napkin not included. Dig in!"
—Isa Chandra Moskowitz, author of Vegan with a Vengeance and Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World
“This is easily one of the most innovative new cookbooks of the year.”
—Alisa Fleming, founder of GoDairyFree.org and author of Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook
Présentation de l'éditeur
Hold on to Your Buns, the Burger Revolution Has Begun!
The Best Veggie Burgers on the Planet takes the popular veggie burger to the next level of freshness and flavor, with more than one hundred daringly delicious, internationally inspired vegan burgers—burgers that stack up to any patty around (meat-full or meat-free) and will wow not only your vegetarian and vegan friends, but all the skeptics too.
In fact, we’re pretty confident they'd top the charts in any potluck popularity contest they might find themselves in.
The incredible recipes you'll find inside have been expertly designed to suit your every craving and desire, and include such favorites as:
Sweet Caramelized Onion Burgers
Korean BBQ Burgers
Garlicky Ranch Potato Burgers
Jalapeño Cornbread Burgers
Curried Chickpea and Broccoli Burgers
Three Pepper Stir-Fry Burgers
BLT and Avocado Burgers
Black Bean Tamale Burgers with Mole Sauce
Oktoberfest Kraut Burgers
Sun-Dried Tomato and Artichoke Burgers
With The Best Veggie Burgers on the Planet, you’ll find 101 ways of looking at burgers in a whole new way. Let’s get this “patty”started!
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Bonne sélection et variété de recettes de galettes servies seules, dans un petit pain ou en sandwich, avec ou sans gluten ou soya il y en a vraiment pour tous les goûts (les recettes sont à base soit de tofu,tempeh, seitan, lentilles, légumineuses, riz ou légumes). J'ai bien aimé le grands choix de recettes divisés en plusieurs sections (burgers for breakfast, from the far east, from the middle east, from the boot, from the heartland, with latin flavor, from around the world, for the holidays et loose "meat" for sandwiches), la section sauce et garnitures et les accompagnements. Une section également pour des recettes de petits pains et une mini section desserts.
Je n'ai pas eu de difficulté à trouver la majorité des ingrédients en supermarché et pour le reste on trouve facilement en magasin bio. A noter que le livre est américain donc on utilise ici les mesures en cup.
Très bon livre donc avec une belle présentation et de jolies photos, à recommander.
On m'avait offert ce livre en cadeau, les recettes m'ont inspirée pour créer des nouvelles recettes de burgers. Bien que j'aie souvent changé les ingrédients pour adapter à la cuisine traditionnelle en France. Je commande un 2ème exemplaire, l'autre étant un peu endommagé. Certainement un livre que je recommande.
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I tried the sun-dried tomato and artichoke burger recipe because it was the one I could make with regular ingredients (like mushrooms, oats, and brown rice) with the exception of nutritional yeast which I chose not to use but the result was still tasty even though the burger sort of fell apart while cooking.
To make most of the recipes, one will need to have access to ingredients such as texturized vegetable protein (TVP), nutritional yeast, vital wheat gluten flour, tofu, and seitan, plus various flours made from grains other than wheat. These ingredients can be found at larger grocery stores and health food stores and although they were foreign to me, I'm guessing that commited vegans and vegetarians probably have them on hand as pantry staples.
Some of the recipes are wheat and gluten free, others are soy free, so those with allergies still have plenty of other recipes to choose from. A veggie burger will never taste like it's beef counterpart, but this cookbook does offer plenty of variety with interesting tastes and fresh ingredients. I think anyone following a vegan lifestyle will enjoy this cookbook, as would someone who wants to make the occasional vegetarian meal. The book has lots of color photos which is always a plus.
I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher but the opinion of it is my own and was not solicited nor was a positive review required.
There is a chapter for every major cuisine, including a huge American-inspired chapter. So far, I have been able to pick a burger to make without buying too many extra ingredients, since there are so many options.
As far as visual appeal, the book is heavy for a paperback and full of pictures. It's definitely worth the price.
I'm excited to have this book going into summer grilling season, and look forward to trying all 101 burgers!
My personal favorites are the Sweet Potato Chipotle Burger and the Enchilada Burger. INCREDIBLY GOOD. There is no going back to nasty frozen food section veggie burgers after you get used to these homemade ones.
PS for anyone who is fine with soy but avoids TVP because of how heavily processed and GMO-laden it is, you can make your own organic "TVP" by freezing organic extra-firm tofu for 24-48 hours, then drying it out in the oven at a low temperature or in a dehydrator. Here is a website that explains in a little more detail:[...]. I only eat organic, non-GMO foods, so I was delighted to find that this homemade TVP works perfectly for recipes in this cookbook. One package of tofu ends up yielding about 1 cup of TVP.
EDIT: I guess Amazon doesn't allow you to post links, or I just don't know how to yet. To find out how to make your own organic tvp, google "How to Make Textured Vegetable (TVP) Vegetarian Meat Substitute" and look for the squidoo link.
The most difficult part is really deciding which burger to make first. Every page I flip through has such a delicious recipe, it's hard to make a decision. So far I've made the BLT avocado burgers, bacon cheeseburgers (wow!), bacon bits, BBQ sauce, and rustica buns. They all came out amazing (BBQ sauce - yum!) though I did have trouble getting my buns to rise.
Features I especially appreciated:
1. Nice layout, lots of big colorful pictures.
2. Very imaginative recipes, well organized by region or other common ground.
3. Recipes are included so that every part of the meal can be made from scratch, including seitan, bacon bits, sauces, and buns.
4. The burgers can be frozen for later use.
5. There's a dessert section in the back!
Overall, a brilliant idea and a well put together cookbook! I highly recommend it!