Burger


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Health and taste in one package! Don't eliminate burgers as unhealthy... give this healthy version a chance. Made using whole wheat burger buns and tikkis made with broken wheat, these provide loads of protein and calcium.

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Makes 6 burgers.
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Ingredients

Method

    For the tikkis

    1. Combine all the ingredients together in a bowl and mix well.
    2. Divide the mixture into 6 equal portions and shape each portion into an even sized round and flatten the rounds to make tikkis.
    3. Heat a non-stick pan and cook each tikki using ½ tsp oil until both sides are golden brown in colour. Keep aside.

    How to serve

    1. Cut each burger bun horizontally into two and toast them lightly in an oven or on a tava (griddle).
    2. On the lower half of each bun spread 1 tsp of the tomato ketchup and place 2 lettuce leaves over it.
    3. Place a few onion slices, cucumber slices, tomato slices and sprinkle a little salt over it.
    4. Finally place 1 slice of cheese and 1 tikki cover with the remaining half of the bun and press it lightly.
    5. Repeat with the remaining ingredients to make 5 more burgers.
    RECIPE SOURCE : Growing Kids Cook BookBuy this cookbook
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    Sia MehtaOctober 19, 2010

    i never encourage my kid for eating fast foods...especially pizzas, burgers etc. but this ones an exception as it is a healthy and nutritious recipe. tikkis are made with broken wheat and veggies what more can you ask for. good for health conscious like me, i also avoid cheese slice in it to further cut down on calories. it is a complete balanced meal for kids as it has cereal, cheese and veggies...
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    Reviewed October 19, 2010by Sia Mehta

    i never encourage my kid for eating fast foods...especially pizzas, burgers etc. but this ones an exception as it is a healthy and nutritious recipe. tikkis are made with broken wheat and veggies what more can you ask for. good for health conscious like me, i also avoid cheese slice in it to further cut down on calories. it is a complete balanced meal for kids as it has cereal, cheese and veggies...

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    Reviewed November 15, 2012by prachi.sri01

    This recipe came very well.However I did some minute changes,like I added Grated Paneer in Ingredients.It was very delicious and family liked it.Thanks for the recipe.

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