SOY BURGERS

Makes about 5 cups of mix.         

1 cup soybeans, uncooked  
cup soy sauce
cup oil
tsp cayenne
tsp chili powder

tsp dry mustard
3 cloves garlic, minced
   
tsp ground cumin
tsp dill weed
tsp ground thyme

Soak the soybeans for 24 hours.

Cook till done, about 2 hours.

Reserve about a half cup of cooked soybeans and chop them lightly. Blend the rest of the soybeans with the rest of the ingredients above. (Use a blender or use a Champion juicer with the blank inserted on the underside.) 

Place the blended mixture in a large bowl, and add the chopped soybeans to the blended mix for texture.

Mix  the following ingredients well, and then add them to the mix in the bowl.

cup dry millet, steamed
cup toasted rolled oats

    (Toast them in the oven)   

onion, chopped fine   
grated carrot

To prepare the millet, add it to 1 cups boiling water and simmer till all the water is absorbed.

Mix everything well.

2 eggs, beaten   

Cheese slices   

Add the beaten egg. (Optional, but it helps the burgers stick together.)

Form the mix into patties and fry in a little oil. After cooking on both sides, add a slice of cheese to the top and cook, covered, till the cheese melts. Serve on a plate or on toast, with lettuce, tomato slices, and ketchup.

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