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Posted by on Oct 10, 2013

Raw Sunshine Burger with Sundried Tomato & Sesame Seeds

Raw Sunshine Burger with Sundried Tomato & Sesame Seeds

Raw Sunshine Burger

I just whipped this one up yesterday and wanted to share it with my G-glo Community.  Does anyone remember the frozen SUNSHINE burgers from the health food store?  They were the healthiest of all the frozen burger options with only a few ingredients such as organic brown rice, sunflower seeds, carrots, onions and salt;  But since I went raw and got off all mostly all grains, I haven’t been able to eat them anymore.  So now I have a new and improved burger that is actually 100 % RAW, Grain free and even more delicious.  All you need is a food processor and either a dehydrator  or an oven set at a very low temp of 100 degrees.



1 cup raw organic sunflower seeds

1/2 cup raw organic sesame seeds

1 cup organic sun dried tomatoes ( soaked for 1 hour)

1/2 cup chopped scallions

1.5 cups of diced organic carrots

1/2 cup diced organic celery

pinch of cumin

dash of organic nama shoyu (adds depth and flavor)

Pinch of pink sea salt



Place all items in your food processor and pulse several times. Use a spatula to scrape down sides and add a little filtered water if necessary to get it mixed well and sticking in your hand.


Make palm size burgers and place on a flat sheet or pan and dehydrate at 105 degrees for about 3 hours.

If you don’t have a dehydrator than turn oven on to 110 degrees until heated up and then turn back down to 100-105 degrees and bake burger until golden brown.


You can make a raw tahini sauce with raw tahini, lemon juice and sea salt and drizzle on top of your burger tooo!


Serve in a lettuce leaf shell, on flax bread or on a fresh raw salad and you wouldn’t believe how tasty it is.

The burgers can stay fresh in  refrigerator up to 5 days in an airtight container.


By adding different spice to this basic recipe- you can make an Indian burger, Mexican burger or Greek flavored burger. Use your imagination!


Peace, Love & Veggies


Big love,

xxxxx Ami

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