Simple, speedy, and satisfying, this patty recipe is made with TVP (textured vegetable protein), which can be found in the bulk section of natural food stores. These burgers get their meaty flavor from dulse, dried seaweed flakes that are a good source of B vitamins and iron.
Textured vegetable protein
Textured Vegetable Protein is a protein-packed ingredient often made to resemble meat.
Although it's quick and easy to make, this soup has a classic taste—like it was simmered for hours—that'll cure any workday blahs. Textured vegetable protein (TVP) is available in the bulk bins or in bags (such as Bob's Red Mill brand) at health food stores. If the soup gets too thick upon standing, thin it out with a little extra broth.
This attractive dish calls for nestling the flavorful minced pigeon fillingtextured vegetable protein (TVP) cooked like ground meatonto a bed of puffy fried noodles. Look for Peking pancakes at Asian markets.