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Leftover Curry Burgers

Ok. I accidentally took the last two days off from posting on this blog but that doesn't mean I was skipping out on Vegan MoFo. If you run on over to my IG account you'll see I was participating over there. Mainly because Monday, September 17th, my cool ass band, Sun Blood Stories, had a cool ass show with another cool ass band, OHMME. Luckily, the prompt was Cheap Sweets and earlier this month I went to my fave restaurant, Mai Thai, and the owner gifted my family a beautiful (and FREE) Mango Sticky Rice (and what's cheaper than free, amiright?). I feel like I nailed it.

Yesterday, the MoFo prompt was to make a dish with the intention of using the leftovers to create a dish the next day. Well, last night my amazing husband, Ben, made a delish curry for dinner. If you've ever made curry at home you know that literally every single time you make curry you've got leftovers for days and after awhile I can totes see folks getting bored of eating curry for a week in order to keep food waste down. Nailed it again.

If you're worried about food boredom let me please provide with a solution. You can make burgers out of your leftover curry. I know right?! If you don't have any great curry recipes, let me help: this is an award winning Thai Curry and this is Thai Curry in a hurry. Both would work great for this burger recipe but you could any kind of curry or probably soup.

The only thing you need to remember to do to make sure this is successful is mix the curry (or soup) with the other ingredients overnight, or perhaps before you leave for work in the morning and dinner will be better in a jiffy when you're ready.

Leftover Curry Burger

1 1/4 c leftover curry
1/2 c oats
1/4 c chickpea flour

  1. Mix all ingredients together and let them chill in the fridge overnight. 
  2. Form the mixture into patties and fry up in a saute pan until golden brown on both sides. 
  3. Assemble your burger: smother an english muffin with peanut sauce, layer on your patty, top with a thick slice of tomato, arugula, and mango salsa. Sriracha too if you nasty. 

Mango Salsa

1 mango, de-stoned and diced
1 jalapeno, minced
1/4 red bell pepper, minced
1/2 c cilantro, minced
juice from 1/2 lime
pepper, to taste
pinch of cayenne 
pinch of paprika 
  1. Mix all ingredients together.

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Up next, I'm going to share with you a meal you can make for 4 grown ass adults that costs less that $4 TOTAL.

ICYMI, previously I made y'all some beautiful and EASY brunch Omelette Stacks. 

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All the love,

Amber

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