Millet Cakes

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Recipe of the Day (8 servings)

1 hour prep and cook time

3 cups cooked lentils

2 cups cook millet

1 package frozen spinach thawed

1 egg

1/2 cup bread crumbs

2 tbsp Cajun seasoning

2 tbsp salt

2 tbsp garlic powder

2 tbsp onion powder

Olive oil for frying**

Put cooked lentils and egg in food processor and pulse until becomes a paste. Combine paste with millet, spinach, bread crumbs and seasonings and fold in until mixed thoroughly. Cover bottom of pan with about a cup of olive oil and heat up. Test heat by getting hand wet and flick water on oil. If it sizzles, it's ready. Make patties with your hands and throw on the pan. Cover with splash guard and flip when bottom is browned. Place finished patties on paper towel to sop up extra oil. Serve with or without dipping sauce and eat hot! Enjoy!

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