Often desserts are laden with highly processed sugar. Not this one. Only naturally occurring sugars sweeten this light, satisfying treat. Ground coconut flakes and pecans top it off to add textural pleasure. You just might want seconds, and they won’t hurt you.
This is a Red-Lentil version of my Curried Potato Lentil Burgers. As with the others, this little burger-patty is crisp on the outside and delightfully moist on the inside. Full of nutrient-rich lentils and soothingly smooth potatoes, this is one little burger that needs no bun. Lightly spiced with curry, cumin and coriander for a hint of the east, and “burgery” enough to think of the west.
The texture is unique for a burger since it has a significant volume of flour in it. This is a recipe founded on error. I was cooking for my clients T and John and used the red lentils instead of the brown. It was so moist that I had to keep adding flour to it. They liked them so much, that I had to go back and recreate my “error”, only to develop a new recipe.
Take the crazy easy recipe for my Sloppy Leo (a compassionate take on the original Sloppy Joe) stuff it into an avocado shell, top with sliced grape tomatoes and you have a fun-scooping, easy-eating delight. Sloppy Leo is the name sake of, well, me – a huge fan of the best tempeh ever. The taste and texture of the tempeh is splendidly paired with some of the best BBQ sauce you will ever taste. Paired with rich avocado and cooling grape tomatos makes a sure winner for you and your dinner comrades.
Talk about comfort food. This crazy easy recipe is crazy delicous and is really not that sloppy after all. A compassionate take on the original Sloppy Joe, Sloppy Leo is the name sake of, well, me – a huge fan of the best tempeh ever. The taste and texture of the tempeh is splendidly paired with some of the best BBQ sauce you will ever taste. Locally produced, all plant-based and scrumscios…could you possibly ask for more?