second courses from Chile
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Chickpea and vegetable hamburger full of protein
The chickpeas are left to soak at night, the next day they cook. Make a chopped onion, garlic, red pepper to the pan with a pinch of almond oil.
Grind the chickpeas in a dry puree, let it stand. In a separate cup, stir the egg with the curcuma and mix with the ground chickpeas. Finally the onion sofrito is also mixed.
Leave the oven to heat to 180 degrees with paper of butter with oil of almonds so that the hamburgers do not stick to the paper at the time of baking.
Balls are formed and crushed to the shape of a hamburger and put in the oven for 40 minutes (20 minutes per side).