Sweet Potato, Quinoa, Spinach and Red Lentil Burger - NYTimes.com - You can use blond or black quinoa for these delicate burgers. Black will look striking against the sweet potato’s orange when you cut into the burgers. The red lentils pale to yellow when you cook them; they contribute texture and flavor.
"Cheesy herbed potatoes Anna" - this would tempt any one's palate, smallie our grown! Ingredients are easy, but the cooking is a little longer... (the ingredients are listed in the confusing, to me, terms of grams, but don't worry - in the directions they revert to good ol' tsps. etc. Sounds delish! :)
I find recipes like this fascinating. It combines cauliflower, potato, and quinoa into a patty. Who was the first person to think to substitute grains for cauliflower? How did they discover this? Did they just wake up one day with a question and a desire to experiment. This is an example of innovative thinking described in "The Innovator's DNA." Questions coupled with other innovative acts can revolutionize our organizational practices.
NYT Cooking: Beet, Rice and Goat Cheese Burgers 2 cups cooked brown or white rice 1 cup finely diced or grated roasted beets ¼ cup chopped fresh herbs, like a mixture of parsley and dill 1 15-ounce can white beans, drained and rinsed 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 1 egg 2 ounces goat cheese, crumbled Salt and freshly ground pepper 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil or canola oil, as needed