Oriental Veggie Burgers

Dear Beautiful People, I received a message from WordPress today that my blog has more than 200 followers. In itself, the number is not significant, but I have not expected it when I started, and I want to thank all of you, wonderful fellow bloggers, for visiting my kitchen. In the immortal words of Michael Jackson, “I love you, I love you, I love you all!”

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What is it: big, green, hanging on the wall and squeaking? It’s a herring. Why is it big? It grew that way. Why green? My herring, I paint it the way I want. Why is it hanging on the wall? My herring, I hang it anywhere I want. And why squeaking? If they hang me on the wall, I’ll squeak too!

What a sophomoric joke! Yet it answers the question, why these veggie burgers are called oriental. My burgers, I call them the way I want. We are back to chick peas, or garbanzo beans, as they are known. As I said in my previous post, you can dress them any way you want, and today I felt Oriental.

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As always, I started with the base. Cooked chick peas, garlic, cumin, and fresh parsley. You put all this into a food processor and pulse it to a paste. I don’t…

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26 Comments Add yours

  1. WOW – Well done dear – You deserve each and every follower you have and may you soon double in followers. Thank you for all your lovely dishes

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words!

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  2. I’m going to feel Oriental today, too 🙂 Congratulations on your hundreds (plural!) followers! Well deserved 🙂

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    1. Feeling Oriental is feeling wise! Feel wise today, and thank you!

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  3. Sara Aurorae says:

    I will be in Israel soon and I really love your recipes! You are making the trip even more exciting as I can’t wait to start cooking when I am up there.

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    1. I thank you very much! Have a safe and uplifting trip (you are going “up” to Israel, as we believe), and I wish you Shana Tova v’Chatima Tova!

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  4. [ Smiles ] I am not at all surprised, because you have a fantastic blog!

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    1. Thank you so much, but I am truly overwhelmed – I have no idea what’s so fantastic about it!

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      1. [ Giggles ] Oh, you are playing naive. People love the food recipes that you post on a regular basis!

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      2. I thank you, but I cannot imagine why! I am not even in the same league as the professional chefs and licensed nutritionists whom I admire greatly, and I snap pictures with my phone while the cats are nudging my elbows. I sincerely consider it amateurish, and I do it because it’s therapeutic for me: I have no other reason or purpose. I do appreciate the appreciation, to be tautological!

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  5. Such yummy burgers Dolly!!

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  6. Mazel Tov my friend! And, by the way, this recipe is bookmarked too! You make me hungry! ❤ ❤ ❤ A bei gezunt!

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    1. Alevai! So go make some good stuff and eat it gezunt-a heid!

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      1. Will do! Tonight is the night!!! 😘✨

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  7. Yummy! Looks delish!

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    1. Thank you so much – I am glad you like it!

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  8. Sumith Babu says:

    Congratulations Dolly.

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  9. Health Mastery Movement says:

    Congratulations, my friend!! We love your recipes. ❤

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  10. Efforts never go in vain….Congrats…..!!!

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