Vegetable Korma – Indian Vegetarian Recipes Video

| January 16, 2012 | 49 Comments
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How to make Lentil Walnut Veggie Burgers Video. Veggie Burgers are a nutritional alternative to beef burgers. Many people don’t think of making their own veggie burgers but they are really easy to make at home. Store bought veggie burgers are nutritional but often very high in sodium and preservatives. You can substitute the eggs in this recipe with “flax eggs” which are a mix of 6 tbsp ground flax to 2 tbsp boiling water. The milk in this recipe can be substituted with either soya milk or rice milk. This makes the recipe completely vegan! Lentils are high in fiber which makes them a good protector against bowel cancer. I recommend organic, low sodium lentils if you are buying canned. They are an excellent source of protein and are an important source of B vitamins, especially B3, which is essential for both a healthy nervous system and digestive system. They are high in iron, zinc and calcium and are a good replacement for red meat. Like meat, the iron in lentils is better absorbed when they are eaten with a good source of vitamin C like leafy green vegetables. Walnuts are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, a special type of fat that is essential for our bodies, but that the body cannot produce. (Re omega 3 see also ) Walnuts are also a very good source of monounsaturated fats. Walnuts contain many powerful antioxidants, including ellagic and gallic acids, pus antioxidant phenols and vitamin E. The minerals copper and manganese are also

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  1. vidu111vidya says:

    could you pls post a low cal version and stuff that tastes edible…….??? ive tried many low cal recipes and most of them taste really bad…. sticky and gooey!!!

  2. xBloodXGusherx says:

    I didnt think the list ingrediants would

  3. mollysangelique says:

    maar ik heb hier niet die winkels 5km verder in de stad ga ik ben ik middag weg zit reform turk indisch nooit opgevallen ok nou peter bedankt tip had niet zo door jy mee bedoelde sta je wel lang in de keuken ik heb ook usa etenrecepten pause my love

  4. mollysangelique says:

    pause hoe laat kan wil je ik ben half 9 8jy wilt gysy zien ik klikte nooit aan is wel voeding waar ik meer mee kan dank je laat maar staan type ik adres over voor recepten

  5. mollysangelique says:

    ik hou van indisch pittig hoe kryg je recepten intypen weg email adres pause tot later ik wil eens weer warm met ongeregelde dagen at ik brood ok heel gezond ik hield van croisantjes sauzyysenbroodjess erg vet blykt dierlyk is niet goed deze keukens werken met olie kan jy zo koken p

  6. shrikechan says:

    @nvkuriseti Turn the volume up on your speakers. To change the sound quality on all of their videos, they would have to re-record and redo every recipe. That is a lot of work for them, and not necessary. e_e

  7. nvkuriseti says:

    Though ur recipes r good .. Voice of ur Videos r really worst … Plz repost with good volume…

  8. Priyaparth says:

    This is the best recipe to make use so mix vegetables! Mine turned out great, restaurant-like!

  9. lokrayshraddha says:

    where did you get your orange stirrer from?

  10. kevinheimer says:

    @peaceandlove181 Ha-ha! Show me the funny, but first they should sharpen their choppers!

  11. SpiritualDimensionX says:

    This is why I am Vegetarian. Love it.

  12. SILENCEoncloudnine says:

    Thank you!!

  13. peaceandlove181 says:

    When u say bite sizes, do u mean bite them into the sizes u want?

  14. MrsBhawnakhanna1 says:

    Thank you for replying my mail but I boyught Green Giant baby sweet peas but they are not like that peas which u people in ur dishes. Can u please also tell me the name of the company which company peas u people used ?

  15. withramya says:

    Anuja seems to be trying her best not to laugh in this one :)

  16. hoff36 says:

    is it normal that i got an erection from that?

  17. hoff36 says:

    i pulled off my nuts :( ouch

  18. 2410welton says:

    I would like to marry Hetal.

  19. syn010110 says:

    @VegetarianDatabase Wouldn’t just using firm tofu be better if you wanted to up the protein? I’ve found that most soy/vegan meat substitutes generally taste like garbage.

  20. VegetarianDatabase says:

    great very interesting recipe and very different from how i make it:
    fry onions in oil with cinnamon bark, ginger garlic paste, cardamom and cloves (put in at appropriate stages), add creamed coconut (the packet thing, NOT coconut milk), vegan soy yoghurt, turmeric, salt, garam masala, then vegan soya chicken, kevra water and enough water to cook it through, then add toasted cashews to garnish….

  21. VegetarianDatabase says:

    you can always use vegetarian chicken instead of the vegetables, as qorma can be a meat or vegetable dish

  22. notefromself says:

    You two are AWESOME! I recently transitioned from vegetarian to vegan. I love Indian food. I know I can cook it if I just follow your videos. Thank you for using the internet for good, not evil!

  23. FatalMissEllen says:

    wow, that is so much salt you guys are using! doesn’t seem really healthy to your blood pressure..

  24. priyapinkyap says:

    this is just amazing !!! i followed each n every step of this recipe n wwaaallaa !!! its just tooo good i felt like a Master Chief after coking it !! :) thanks a lot :)

  25. mygirl512 says:

    It is my experience that meat-eaters pick on vegetarians more than the other way around. I’ve been a vegetarian since I was four and my life was filled with meat-eaters teasing me relentlessly with “I’m going to put meat in your food” and “you’re at stupid hippie.” At 8 years old, I was like “What’s a hippie?” It sucked, it hurt. I think people are so afraid you’ll change them that before you even open your mouth they’re trying to change you. Beat you to the draw or something. So strange…

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  27. Bearbee85 says:

    Not to bad i would minus the egg and the milk and replace it with ground flax seed mixed with warm water ( it makes it become gooey and binds ingredients) I would use soy or coconut milk as my replacement for milk. All in all not to bad.

  28. gonaturaldr says:

    Can this be frozen before frying? and do you know how much they can last when frozen? Thank you very much is a very healthy and easy recipe!!

  29. CuteandCreepy123 says:

    worrying about every tiny thing I pick up has milk, eggs, honey, or other things that come from animals. It just goes to far, and I see vegans harassing so many people about it. I understand omnivores do it too, but vegans are just as bad as meat eaters harassing people. Learn to accept other people’s decisions. You may not agree with them, but they do what they do for their own personal reasons. Sorry for the rant, the burger looks good, but I am tired of seeing vegans make others look bad.

  30. CuteandCreepy123 says:

    …versions with dairy and eggs. It’s very time consuming, expensive, and hard for friends and family to invite you to dinners and restaurants. They have to make sure everything is specialized for you, which is already hard for me as a vegetarian. I gave up leather and fur a long time ago with meat and meat byproducts 7 years ago and going strong with it. I find vegetarianism even hard most of the time, and not ready to cope with veganism. I got worse problems to deal with in life, let alone…

  31. CuteandCreepy123 says:

    It makes us all look really bad, narrow-minded, and no better than anyone else. I will tell you that it’s not easy to just get up and go straight up vegan. You have to clear everything animal related out of your house, even pets. No dairy or eggs, which are in 70% of the food products you pick up in the store. If not, you have to find special expensive fake cheese, sour creams, creamer, frosting, ice cream, or anything you want as a treat. Most of them are loaded with chemicals as much as real.

  32. CuteandCreepy123 says:

    This is a not a vegan burger, it’s a vegetarian burger. Vegetarian don’t consume killed animals, and vegans don’t consume any animal products. Hardcore vegans are crazy and wonder why people bash vegetarians and vegans. I can see based on the comments on this video that most vegans do seem to give themselves a bad name, which makes people not want to join your damn cult. I went vegetarian for the sake of animal cruelty, but I do not treat others like shit for it.

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  35. HavardiYah says:

    @fuzztanks I’m sorry sweetheart if you thought i was lashing out.. I’m not really, it’s just that i find the to words or names to be so similar but so different at the same time. But there is nothing wrong. I also appreciate all the helpful comments. But it is sometimes hard to dialog using the internet because you can’t hear tone.
    But thanks again …

  36. fuzztanks says:

    The recipe is okay. The ingrediants she gave came out runny. But then, when she says “2tblesp olive oil” , she uses half a cup. 😛

  37. fuzztanks says:

    @HavardiYah Fish is meat so he is a pescatarian. I don’t see why you should lash out because you don’t understand the difference in definitions.

  38. Dotgaugh says:

    can you freeze the leftovers? i wouldnt be able to use all of this within a couple of days

  39. piabutter says:

    Just made this recipe for dinner, and it was pretty good- I need to add a little more salt next time. Made a couple substitutions too since I didn’t have all the ingredients- instead of the walnuts I used pumpkin seeds and instead of the wheat germ I used oatmeal (made it into a powder first).

  40. HavardiYah says:

    @leafgrrl Yes your right fish is a meat from a animals and dairy is also a animal bi-product. It seems to me that the words vegetarian and vegan would be one and the same, but they are not. One includes animal consumption and the other does not but the word is the same. I find that kind of off.

  41. leafgrrl says:

    @HavardiYah I consider fish to be meat but anyway…

  42. HavardiYah says:

    @ccarolinaa13 Thanks for your comment but I think you and the other person missed my point..
    To clarify my husband do not eat meat. But he eats clean fish that have scales and fins and he eats cheese. But my comment was about titles and branding that we do. It seems to me that the words vegetarian and vegan would be one and the same, but they are not.
    That was my comment. Sometime people don’t comprehend very well.

  43. ccarolinaa13 says:

    @HavardiYah Your husband is a pescatarian. That means he eats all meat and animal flesh with the exception of fish, dairy and eggs. There are different types of vegetarianism. This video is for lacto-ovo vegetarians such as me, that is, people who don’t eat meat or fish, but do eat eggs and dairy products. Hope I helped to clear this up :)

  44. demislandboys27 says:

    You dont need eggs,just form into patties and chill your mixture for a couple hours.I even use peanut butter sometimes,never used milk though

  45. litlkutie says:

    @TheNorriez bitch its a VEGGIE burger…. no beef retard

  46. vilashini8 says:

    So fattening.

  47. vidgirl4444 says:

    whats the fact sheet? how much cal? fat ect?

  48. TheNorriez says:

    where’s the beef?

  49. fleetingray says:

    @buntaskunta doesn’t matter, had s.. oh wait

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