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This fantastic skewered burgers with vegetables on warm fresh herb and freekah salad is ideal for entertaining.

Serves 4.

Ingredients

  • Wooden skewers
  • 2 Roast Pumpkin and Chickpea Burger (Roast Carrot, Kale & Chickpea burger also suitable)
  • 1/4 punnet cherry tomatoes
  • 1 zuchinni (baby/ small)
  • 1 cup button mushrooms
  • 1/2 packet freekah
  • 1 cup of each parsley and fresh herbs in season (thyme, tarragon, basil, mint)
  • 1 spanish onion
  • 1tsp mixed spice
  • 250 grams yoghurt
  • 1/2 cup coriander

Instructions

Cook freekah to packet instructions.

Dress freekah with olive oil, season sea salt, cracked pepe,  lemon juice & mixed spice.

Chop parsley, thyme, taragon, basil & mint and stir through freekah salad
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Brush skewers with oil for grilling (infuse oil with garlic as an option).

Finely chop coriander and add to natural yoghurt for drizzling over the vegie skewer.

*All veg to be cut the same size to be threaded on the skewers for grilling

 

Larderfresh Burgers come in two great flavours – Roast Carrot, Kale & Chickpea and Roast Pumpkin & Chickpea and contain no preservatives or additives and are Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free and Onion & Garlic Free. Available in an easy to use packet of 2, Larderfresh Burgers are available nationally from selected delis, foodstores and cafes and locally at Victoria’s Farmer’s Markets.
For more tasty and easy recipe ideas, visit www.larderfresh.com.au.
  • Love all of the vegetables on these skewers – so healthy and so yummy!

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  • I have not heard of Freekah either but this looks flavoursome and healthy.

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  • Great vegetarian recipe but never heard of freekah before or pepe before.

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  • A delicious recipe that is healthy and anice change from meat!

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  • Great for vegetarians – but a lot of work

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  • I read burgers and expected meat, this is such a nice meat free meal.

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  • Sounds like a delicious recipe.

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  • I’ve heard a lot about freekah, but havnt tried it. will have to try this recipe

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  • I’ve never cooked with freekah. Could I use couscous instead, as I’ve used that and know what I’m doing with it.

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  • I’ve never cooked with freekah. Do you treat it similar to how you’d use couscous? Does it have much of a flavour?


    • Good question, would like to know also, please :)

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  • great variation for the pumpkin and chickpea burgers

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  • Yum, I really have to try these! I think the kids would love the novelty of them on the stick too.

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  • Put it on a skewer and the kids love it!

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  • what a great way to serve burgers, on a skewer

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  • Looks healthy, satisfying and tasty

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