Cooking with Stevie: Vegetarian Black Bean Burgers

Meatless Mondays are easy with these vegetarian black bean burgers

Vegetarian Black Bean Burgers

Since my wife and I moved to Netherlands we had trust issues with the meat here for some reason. Not that it is bad, we just don’t trust it. We changed our weekly meal plans to have more plant based dishes. Since we switched to a “cleaner eating” lifestyle, everything seems to be better. We both have more energy and enjoy eating as much as we like without feeling bad about it. I recently tried making a black bean recipe. We enjoyed it so much that it turned into weekly meal.

I’ve been experimenting with vegetarian burgers and these vegetarian black bean burgers are one of my favourites. Mixing up the ingredients is always fun and you can add all sorts of different options to keep it interesting. For this version I added green peppers and onions into the bean mixture. The preparation takes some time, but that’s because I used a fork to mash the beans. If you have a blender, a couple of pulses with have it mixed in no time.

 

 

Vegetarian Black Bean Burgers
Vegatarian Black Bean Burgers
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Vegetarian | Dairy Free Option | No added sugars | Low-fat These Vegetarian black bean burgers are simple to make and can be adapted in so many ways. Get creative with the add-ins or choose fun toppings to make it your own.
Servings
7 Burgers
Servings
7 Burgers
Vegetarian Black Bean Burgers
Vegatarian Black Bean Burgers
Print Recipe
Vegetarian | Dairy Free Option | No added sugars | Low-fat These Vegetarian black bean burgers are simple to make and can be adapted in so many ways. Get creative with the add-ins or choose fun toppings to make it your own.
Servings
7 Burgers
Servings
7 Burgers
Ingredients
Servings: Burgers
Instructions
  1. Mash the beans with a fork (if you have a blender, you can pulse them a few times until mashed)
  2. Add the egg, salt, pepper and cumin to the beans and mix well.
  3. Add the breadcrumbs to the bean mixture until the mixture is nice and stiff. If the mixture is still soft, add more breadcrumbs until the mixture is stiff enough to hold a shape.
  4. Using about ¼ cup of the bean mixture, shape them into balls and then flatten them to resemble patties.
  5. Heat a frying pan over a medium heat and add some oil. Add your patties to the pan (do not over crowd the pan) and fry them for about 5-10 minutes and then flip over and fry the other side for another 5-10 minutes. They are ready when they get a golden colour and look cooked.
  6. Serve with buns and any toppings you want
Recipe Notes

Nutrition per pattie: 145 Calories |26g carbohydrates (2g sugar) | 2g fat | 8g protein

You can oven bake them. For baking directions check out this recipe

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Stephan 'Stevie' Griesel

Stephan 'Stevie' Griesel

Stephan ‘Stevie’ Griesel is an IT Security Engineer/Security Consultant/Geek who relocated to the Netherlands recently. He spends way too much time in front of his computer(s), but likes to stay active. He runs a lot (very fast), does Functional Training & Bootcamp. He is a self-confessed Healthy pro, “I like eating plants (haha)” but he’s also all about Coffee coffee coffee. Follow his adventures on www.wijrun.com
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