leftover couscousmine had paksoi and onion in it and was cooked in vegetable stock approx. 200 gr
red onion chutney
goatcheese spread naturel
Preheat the oven to 220 C.
Step 1 is making sure you're couscous is sticky enough to form a burger. I first added one entire egg and one tbsp of flour but the ratio of flour to egg wasn't good so I added a bit more flour to make it less wet. Depending on your final mixture you'll have to try it out and see if it stays together if you form a burger from it.
Knead some of the goatcheese through your mixture and add some other herbs and spices to taste.
Make two large hamburger of your couscous mixture and put those carefully on a plate.
Make a mixture of chopped pistachio and oats and roll the burgers through it. Because the egg will have made it quite sticky it will be easy to get it to stick on the outside
Heat some oil in a frying pan on high and add a bit of butter for browning if you want. Turn the heat down and carefully place your burgers in the pan and leave them alone. Once you start turning them around the chance is big they will fall apart.
As soon as one side is done, carefully turn around and bake the other side golden and crispy. Add both burgers to a baking tray covered with baking paper.
Bake for about 15 minutes in your oven. In the meantime gril the buns quickly on a griddle or in the oven. Spread the goatcheese on one side of your buns, ad a bit of rocket and whatever else you feel would be good and put the burger on top. Put a large amount of the red onion chutney on top and eat away!