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I have two different veggie burger recipes and found that mixing them into one created the ULTIMATE veggie bean burger. The black beans and bold mix of flavor offers a burger that wont dissapoint. You will not even miss the 'meat'
"The flavor is great - I did struggle with the consistency, my first trial burger was a bit mushy so I switched to slider size burgers that were thin and then I sautéed them in a little olive oil until crisp. I also grated some sweet potato and covered the burgers in sweet potato before frying up. Yum!"- rdelassus
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Cook the brown rice according to package directions.
Preheat an outdoor grill for high heat. Lightly oil a sheet of aluminum foil.
Mash black beans in a large bowl with a fork until thick and pasty; set aside.
Place the bell pepper, onion, mushrooms, and garlic in the bowl of a food processor, and chop finely. Stir the bell pepper mixture into the mashed black beans.
Place the brown rice and mozzarella cheese in the food processor, and process until combined. Stir the mixture into the black beans.
Whisk together the eggs, chili powder, cumin, garlic salt, and hot sauce. Stir the egg mixture into the black bean mixture.
Stir in the bread crumbs, adding additional bread crumbs as needed until the mixture is sticky and holds together.
Divide into 6 large patties.
Place patties onto the prepared foil, and grill until browned and heated through, about 8 minutes per side.
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rdelassus 6 months agoExcellent recipe, added shredded sweet potato to help with consistency and fried them in a little olive oil. Amazing sandwich or just by themselves.
3Lupa 7 months agoI love this with my taco or chili seasoning mix added. The kids don't even notice that there's no meat! I feel like I CAN win the veggie battle - with stealth...
Muzikah 8 months agoI have a lot of food sensitivities, so I made this with quinoa instead of rice, used flax & water instead of egg, added oats & chia seed, used Daiya dairy-free cheese & broiled them. Also less garlic. Very good & would make again.
sethconaway31 9 months agoAbsolutely delicious and so easy to make! Hands down the most delicious veggie burger I've ever eaten.
SiennaKitten 11 month agoGRAWR
Sofi20 1 year agoReally tasty!! First time making them today - not too labor-intensive if you have a food processor. Only thing is, like others said, it was definitely quite mushy - as long as you don't mind the mis-shapen form it'll probably be at the end, definitely a great recipe.
rdelassus 1 year agoThe flavor is great - I did struggle with the consistency, my first trial burger was a bit mushy so I switched to slider size burgers that were thin and then I sautéed them in a little olive oil until crisp. I also grated some sweet potato and covered the burgers in sweet potato before frying up. Yum!
Cookinalookin 1 year agoThese are the best veggie burgers I've made, great for anyone, vegetarian or not! They take a little effort but worth the effort they taste delicious!
Lthomas12 1 year agoAwesome! I think these are the best! Warning-These make 15 good size- make sure you have enough space! I would REALLY recommend this! ;-)
CheeseSammich 2 years agoIn my experience these need to be cooked as slow as possible to get them firm on the inside before flipping. But they're well worth the effort . They are reminiscent of falafel burgers. Great with dill slices and A1.
Dmb2ber 2 years agoI made these for my husband and we both liked them. They were a bit mushy in the middle. I couldn't figure out how to get them firm inside without burning the outside.
Taralynnhebert 3 years agoSoooo good! Best veggie burger I've ever made and I have been looking for a good one for a long time!
katief1002 3 years agoMade these last night and LOVED them! It makes way more than 6 burgers though- I got 12-13 good size patties out of it. Great for stocking up the freezer! :-)