T's Black Bean Mix

T's Black Bean patty mix is the BOMB! As shown in the picture above you can make patties that read to be sizzled in the a pan with GrapeSeed oil until dark brown. You can also use the mix in a veggie wrap. The awesome thing about T's black bean mix is that, its a great meat replacement while being super packed with protein... If you are looking for a great meat replacement or a strong source of healthy protein, T's Black Bean mix is your pick. Health First!

Prep:

The black beans take a while to cook, so cook them first: Place the black beans in water with T's Seasoning, Himalayan salt, and garlic powder and let boil for 2 hours or until soft.

*Dice up the 1\2 green pepper and 1 small onion

Ingredients:

3 cups of black beans

3/4 cup Grounded Flaxseed

1/2 green bell pepper

1/2 cup Spelt Flour

2Tbsp of paprika

1 small onion

1/4 cup Grapeseed oil

garlic powder

Himalayan Salt

T's Seasoning (if you have some ) Learn more about T's Seasoning (click here)

Instructions:

Place one cup of Black Beans in your food processor then pour the dice pepper and onion then pour the other half of black beans on top.. Next, pour the grounded flaxseed, spelt flour, paprika and grapeseed oil in the processor.. Now, grind the mix until 90% of the beans are smashed. Lastly, pour the smashed black bean mix in a large bowl. Season the Black Bean mix with the garlic powder, Himalayan Salt and T's Seasoning. Then place the mix in the refrigerator for 30min. After 30 min in the fridge, you can make you a patty for a nice veggie and bean sandwich or a nice veggie wrap. To make the patty, take a small hand full of the mix and make a ball then smash until it flattens into a patty.. Then let sizzle on medium high heat on both sides until both sides are brown. If you want to make a wrap take the cook golden brown pinto bean patty and break it up into your wrap. Enjoy, Lets Go! Health First.

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