Field Roast Bistro Burger

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Field Roast Bistro Burger

Looking for a fresh vegetarian burger with a pop of fresh flavors? This burger is for you! The flavor of the FieldBurger is complimented nicely by fresh ingredients, oven-roasted tomatoes, dill mayo and melted Coconut Herb Chao Cheese.

Cook Time:
120
Prep Time:
20
Yield:
4

Ingredients

4 Field Roast Burgers
4 Field Roast Coconut Herb Chao Slices
4 Rustic buns, sliced
1/2 cup Vegan mayo
1 TBS Fresh dill, minced
1 lb Chanterelle mushrooms, cleaned and sliced
1/4 cup Safflower oil
2 Roma tomatoes
2 cloves Garlic, minced
4 sprigs Fresh thyme
3-4 oz Baby arugula
Salt and pepper, to taste

Preparations

Slice roma tomatoes in 1/4" slices and toss in 1 tablespoon oil, garlic and salt and pepper to taste. Arrange on a lined baking sheet, and place into an oven at 200°F for 2-3 hours, until most of the moisture is gone.

Combine vegan mayo and dill and set aside.

In a skillet over medium heat, add the remaining safflower oil, chanterelle mushrooms and salt and pepper to taste. Cook until mushrooms are soft and slightly browned. Remove from heat.

Grill Burgers, adding Chao Slices halfway through to allow to melt. Place on bun. Dress with dill mayo, mushrooms, tomato slices and arugula.

Field Roast Bistro Burger

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Susan Cecil

Where in the seattle / Tacoma area can your new cheese be found? I can not wait to try it.

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Arin Weitzman

It's available at whole foods.

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pamela

please let me know if I can purchase chao through your website none of the stores in my area carry it thank you

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Kiley

Hi Pamela, you will find the cheese very soon if not already at your nearest Whole Foods Store. We don't sell product on our website, but you can purchase from this online retailer: http://store.veganessentials.com/categories.aspx?Keyword=field+roast&x=0&y=0

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David Dower

I live in Montclair, NJ. Two Whole Foods near me DO NOT sell that new veggie burger you guys make. When will they?

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Kiley

The decision-maker for that store/region can order it from the distributor - it is available to them! Requesting will help...

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edie drobny

Tried the burger and chao yesterday. Absolutely delicious. Any way to make the burger lower in fat?
Thanks,
Edie

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Kiley

The oils and seasonings are part of what make the burgers so delicious and tasty, which is our intention as a flavor-first company. Field Roast is a dense, rich food that is nourishing and full of protein - and yes, fat!

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Karen Harris

This roast is awesome. My friends that are not vegan have found a new dish to explore.
Discovering this in Kroger in Fayetteville Ga has really been a game changing diet . I am slowly going from being a pescatarian to being vegan .

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David Wolf

That's great, Karen - glad to hear you're enjoying our roasts!

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