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Buckwheat cutlets

Nutrient content per cutlet: Calories 90 kcal Carbs 13 g Fat 3 g Protein 4 g

Fun facts

Benefits of Buckwheat:

* Carbohydrates are the main nutrient in buckwheat. Buckwheat also contain protein and a variety of minerals and antioxidants. * Buckwheat has a low to medium score on the glycemic index (GI) - it measures how fast food raises blood sugar levels after a meal - and should not cause unhealthy peaks in blood sugar levels.

* Buckwheat contains a decent amount of fiber that your body cannot digest. This nutrient is good for colon health. The fiber mass makes up 2.7% of the cooked grain and consists mainly of cellulose and lignin.

* Buckwheat contains a small amount of protein. By weight, protein makes up 3.4% of cooked buckwheat groats. Due to its well-balanced amino acid profile, buckwheat protein is of very high quality. It is particularly rich in the amino acids lysine and arginine.

Recipe 10 cutlets Ingredients: 1 jar of chickpeas 80 g buckwheat flour 70 g of oat milk 1 onion 30 g of walnuts 30 g of fresh parsley 2 cloves of garlic 1 chili pepper 1/2 teaspoon salt

Preparation: Take the food processor and add the nuts. Crush the nuts and then add the parsley, onion, garlic, chili. Puree for another minute and then add the chickpeas. Pulse for another 1-2 minutes, but make sure that the chickpeas do not turn into a complete porridge. Then pour the mixture into a bowl and add the crude tartar flour. Stir through and then pour the oat milk into the dough. Make sure that the mixture does not become too liquid. Finally, add salt to the mixture. Taste and add salt if necessary.

Preheat oven to 180°C-ni. Take the baking sheet and add baking paper. Place the cutlet mixture and mold cutlets on a tablespoon of baking paper. When the oven has reached the recommended temperature, place the hob on the oven. Bake for 30 minutes and then turn the cutlets over and bake for another 15 minutes. Remove the cutlets from the oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes. The longer they cool, the harder they become. You can add them to a storage bag and store in the freezer. However, if you want to eat immediately, add the cutlets to the plate. Serve with vegetables. Bon Appetit!


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