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Nodoka Ihara, Nicole Brown, Blake Iwasaki Split Pea Patties
Purpose To develop a patty with split peas that does not contain wheat, milk, and egg products without sacrificing taste, texture, and appearance.
Split Peas Split peas are the dried seed of the pisum sativum, which is your common pea. They usually come in a green or yellow variety. Peas are part of the legume family Split peas do not need to be soaked like other peas before cooking them. Split peas are most often used in soup.
Split Peas Split Peas are a good source of the following By consuming an entire patty, you will be getting: %DV Molybdenum106% Dietary Fiber35% Tryptophan30% Manganese21% Protein18% Folate17% B1 (Thiamin)13% Potassium11% Phosphorous10%
Binders Because we could not use certain ingredients in our recipe, such as egg, we needed to include other ingredients in order to keep the patty from falling apart and to maintain texture such as: Soy Flour Corn Starch Corn Flour