4 years ago5,000+ Views
I've been a vegetarian for around 9 years now and I have only been successful at getting my dad to try veggie burgers a handful of time. One of these instances when he declared a veggie burger to be as good as beef was a black bean beet burger. He doesn't even like beets!! Here's a great recipe for these hearty patties :) INGREDIENTS INSTRUCTIONS Heat a large skillet over medium-low heat and add some nonstick spray or a bit of olive oil. Once hot add the onion and sauté, seasoning with a pinch each salt and pepper. When the onions are soft – about 5 minutes – turn up the heat to medium and add the mushrooms. Season with another pinch of salt and pepper and cook until the mushrooms and onions are slightly browned and fragrant – about 3 minutes. Remove from heat and add black beans and mash. You’re looking for a rough mash, so you can leave a bit of texture if you want. Transfer the mixture to a mixing bowl and add the quinoa, beets, spices and stir. For even more flavor, add a shake of vegan worcestershire or A-1 sauce (optional). Lastly, add the walnut meal a little at a time until the mixture is able enough to form into patties. Set in the fridge to chill while your oven preheats to 375 degrees F. Coat a baking sheet with nonstick spray or olive oil. Form mixture into roughly 8-9 patties. I use a peanut butter jar lid lined with plastic wrap to get the perfect shape (a tip I learned from Iowa Girl Eats). You can also just take handfuls and mash them into loose patties. The thicker you make them, the longer they’ll take to cook through, but the “juicier” and heartier they’ll be! Thinner patties will cook faster. Arrange burgers on a baking sheet and brush or spray the tops with olive oil. Bake at 375 for a total of 30-45 minutes, gently flipping at the halfway mark. Cook longer to dry them out even more and achieve more crisp, but it’s not necessary. Serve on small buns or atop mixed greens with desired toppings.
The person in the picture isn't messing around...two patties!?
These look awesome. I like that they're baked too, that's different!
Quinoa, black bean, and beet burger? This sounds like it would be so filling.
I thought these were meat hamburgers looking at the thumbnail! Great color and the texture looks wonderful. Black bean burgers are delicious!
Can I skip the walnuts?