Vegan Quinoa Burgers

Vegan Quinoa Burgers

4 reviews, 2.8 star(s). 25% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

Flavorful vegan quinoa and bean burgers with the perfect consistency!


1-1.25 cups quinoa; uncooked
.5 cup black beans; dry (or 1 can cooked beans)
1 carrot; grated
3 large cloves garlic; grated
1 small onion; minced
.5 cups breadcrumbs
1 tablespoons cumin; ground
.5 tablespoons sweet paprika
pinch salt
pinch pepper
.5 tablespoons baking soda
1 small banana; (or 3/4 of a large banana)
1 tablespoon oil

Original recipe makes 6 Servings



If using dry beans, soak overnight and boil them over medium heat until soft (about 4 hours).

Add 2 parts water to the quinoa and cook over low head for 15-20 minutes, or until water if fully absorbed.

Combine drained beans and banana and mash into a purée.

Mix all other ingredients in a separate bowl.

Combine all ingredients.

Heat frying pan with oil on low-medium heat.

Form mixture into tight patties and place in frying pan.

Heat for 10 minutes on each side.

Makes 15 burgers.


They can also be baked!

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How can something with so many ingredients taste so bland!? Never again
dbliss79 2y ago

Guys check your quinoa pack. I had to use 5 parts water not 2, mix is a bit fall apart-y but just flour up your hands and be careful. But is a nice meal. Shall be using it for a shepards pie instead of mince tonight :-)
jonhallam 3y ago

Followed to a T and just tasted like complete crap.
Tiffysnangel01 3y ago

The taste is amazing but mine just turned into a big pile of mush in the skillet. I scooped all that out of the pan then added 2 eggs and more bread crumbs to the rest and they made nice patties.
joppy 4y ago

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