August is a great month for trying out new recipes on the barbecue! This months feature is a hearty, tantalizing Lentil Burger.
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August 2nd to 3rd - Port Colborne - Canal Days Indoor Craft Show

August 16th - Milverton - Milverton Fair

August 30th to September 1st - Marshville - Marshville Heritage Festival

A New Recipe using our "The Best" Lentil Soup


Lentil Burgers


Prep Time: 30 Minutes
Cook Time: 8-10 Minutes

What You Need:

 - 1 Package of Everythingnice "The Best" Lentil Soup.
 - 1/2 Cup of bread crumbs (or cracker crumbs or chickpea flour).
 - Buns.
 - Toppings (lettuce, tomatoes, onion, pickles...etc.).


1. Remove Spice packet and set aside.
2. Bring 2 cups of water to boil.
3. Add Everythingnice "The Best" Lentil Soup (without spices).
4. Simmer over medium low for approx. 35-40 minutes until water is mostly absorbed and lentils are tender.
5. Allow lentils to cool until you can handle them.
6. Combine spices with 1/2 cup of bread crumbs.

7. Mash the lentils a bit with your hands while mixing and forming into patties. If the patties seem crumbly, add 1 Tbsp. of water.
8. Lightly oil both sides of the patties and place on BBQ for 8-10 minutes. You can also do them in the oven or in a fry pan.


Makes 6 patties.


Note: These can be made the night before and then cooked later or frozen.