Split pea patties
Patties are definitely my favorite way of eating more legumes. You can serve them in burgers or eat them in salads or with potatoes! They are super delicious and you can eat them with basically anything. The most important part is that you can secretly add vegetables and no one will ever know. These split pea patties contain lots of veggies and even mushrooms which gives such and unique taste to them. I love cooking a bunch of veggies and blend them with legumes and create patties. It is such an easy way of eating more veggies.
This time I prepared a recipe with yellow split peas. The recipe is gluten-free and vegan. I used chickpea flour to make the patties stick together and not falling apart, but you can replace it with any flour you currently have at home. I bake these split pea patties in the oven. This recipe is wonderful. They are not crumbly and they have the best consistency.
These split pea patties always came out beautiful. I love the crunch on the top and that soft inside, full of flavor. You can serve these patties with mashed potatoes, wrap them in wraps, serve them with salad, or use them in burgers. No matter how you are going to serve them, They will be so delicious!
You can find the full recipe in the video!
Do you like this video? Check out my previous recipe for creamy yellow split pea soup!
1 small onion
1 clove of garlic
1/2 cup chopped celery
1/3 cup chopped parsley
1/2 tsp coconut oil
Seasoning (oregano, black pepper, paprika, curry powder and seasoning for grilled vegetables)
200g cooked yellow split peas
3 tbsp chickpea flour
Heat up your pan, add in coconut oil and cook onion and garlic over medium/high heat. Then add celery, carrots, parsley, and seasoning and cook for about 10 mins or until soft. Transfer this mixture into a blender, add in cooked split peas and blend. Lastly, add in chickpea flour and combine everything together. Make small patties and bake them at 150°C for 20-25 mins, or until golden. Serve with mashed potatoes, salt, or gravy. Enjoy!
The recipe looks great! Can I use split green peas instead of yellow? I happen to have green but not yellow and would like to use them. Or can I use brown lentils?
Yes, absolutely! You can use green split peas or lentils as well. But in my opinion, lentils would taste the best in this recipe. But feel free to change things up! Actually, I made this recipe several times with beans instead of yellow split peas and it was delicious as well.
Thank you so much for the additional tips. Can't wait to try these!