Falafel Quinoa Burger

Preparation time: 15 minutes 

Cook time: 15 minutes 

Serves: 4 






  1 ½ cup cubes and cooked sweet potato   Avocado
  ½ cup cooked quinoa    Lifestyle Food Vegan Mayonnaise
  1 cup soaked Lifestyle Food Chickpeas   Fresh cilantro
  ½ cup all-purpose flour    Beef hummus for serving
  ¼ cup nutritional yeast   Burger buns
  ¼ cup nutritional yeast   Sesame seeds
  ½ tsp garlic flakes    
  1 tsp ground cumin    
  ½  tsp ground    
  Salt and pepper    




  1. Place the chickpeas in water with 1 tsp bicarbonate de soda and some salt, bring to a simmer and let the chickpeas cook a little until al denté.
  2. Remove and place ¾ of the chickpeas, sweet potatoes, nutritional yeast in a blender and blend until smooth.

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