Dee’s Omega Burger with Pickled Raw Beets and Roasted Cauliflower Hummus
By Niamh, 28th January 2016
Sometimes only a burger will do and this delicious, filling recipe made with Dee’s Omega Burgers doesn't disappoint. Packed with an incredible combination of fresh flavours, along with the smokiness of the roasted cauliflower hummus and the subtle tang of the picked raw beets, this is a complete crowd-pleaser the whole family will enjoy.
Food Styling by - Ajda Mehmet.
- Prep: 21 mins
- Cook: 51 mins
1 hr 12 mins
- Yields: Serves 4
For the cauliflower hummus
For the burger
4 wooden skewers
1Preheat the oven to 220 ℃. Place the florets and cloves of garlic on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Drizzle with olive oil, season with salt and roast for 40 minutes, until golden brown and slightly blackened in places.
2Meanwhile, wash and peel the raw beets and slice thinly using a mandolin. Place in a shallow dish, pour over the vinegar and set aside.
3Cook the burgers according to the instructions on the packet.
4While the burgers are cooking you can make the hummus. Add the roasted cauliflower and garlic into a food processor with the tahini, lemon juice, salt and olive oil and blend until smooth.
5Peel and slice the avocado and squeeze over the juice of half a lemon to stop the slices going brown.
6Cut the bread rolls in half and lightly toast them.
7To assemble the burger, spread a tablespoon of vegan yoghurt on the bottom half of each bread roll. Lay a couple of slices of avocado on top, followed by an omega burger and some cauliflower hummus. Top the burger with a few slices of pickled beetroot, pea shoots, shredded nori, place the top half of the bread roll on top and pierce the entire burger with a wooden skewer.
Dee's Organic Omega burger is completely free from added salt, sugar or fat. It’s also organic, gluten-free and is packed with the ancient grain Millet, which is naturally rich in iron and is easy on the digestion. Organic brown rice provides fibre and B-vitamins for energy. Organic shelled hemp seeds are a complete protein and also contain essential fatty-acids Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9 (called “essential” because the body cannot make them). Sunflower seeds contain the anti-oxidant Vitamin E and the carrots and broccoli add a delicate flavour.