Knowledge Drop | Despite millet’s delicious nutty flavor and nutritional benefits, there’s a reason why Americans don’t eat it as often as other people around the globe. Can you guess why?
In the US, millet is often synonymous with ... bird feed. Don't let that scare you! It is an absolutely delicious and nutritious grain and totally safe for human consumption. Some people are so passionate about the ancient grain, that they have created the Millet Project to advocate the growth of millet production in the US for human consumption. Why? Well, aside from being a nutrient-packed, gluten-free and tasty grain, millet is a dryland crop that requires very little water, making it a drought-tolerant crop (no bayou necessary... lol get it?).
Now, the millet cake is only one element that makes this Bayou Burger so amazing. The house-made cajun style red bean burger is like nothing you're ever had before, because most "healthy" store-bought veggie burgers contain dozens of artificial ingredients, binders, flavors + colors. Ours, on the other hand, is CLEAN and DELICIOUS — YES, it is possible for those to go hand-in-hand (we do it all the time!).
Bake burger + millet cake at 350°F for 8-10 mins flipping halfway. Sauté collard greens in non-stick pan until hot, serve all together + cajun remoulade + enjoy!
RED BEANS AND RICE BURGER: red beans, brown rice, jalapeno, red onion, garlic, flax seed, pumpkin seed, cajun spices, apple cider vinegar, pink himalayan salt. MILLET CAKE: millet, peppers, red onion, parsely, chive, garlic, avocado oil, flax seed. CAJUN REMOULADE: cashew, lemon, apple cider vinegar, garlic, chile powder, cajun spices, parsley, onion, capers, dijon, housemade pickles (cucumber, dill, pickling spices, apple cider vinegar, coconut sugar) BRAISED COLLARD GREENS: collard greens, red onion, tomato, garlic, white wine, veg stock, avocado oil, coriander, spices, pink himalayan salt.
Made with high quality, organic + gluten free ingredients.