Grilled Bean Burgers
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Grill: 10 min.
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I will need to bump up the overall flavor. (Personal preference) But I would also suggest using a blender (I used a stick one) on the beans. They mash up way better and they help the oats really adhere. This held them together really well for the grill. No extra oils needed.
Definitely the best veggie burger recipe out there! Loved these
I really want to like these better than I do. Part of my angst comes from the fact that I cannot get these to hold together well enough for grilling and pan cooking requires a lot of oil to prevent sticking.
These were delicious! I think they were even better than regular burgers. They held their shape and were easy to grill without sticking to the grates. I mashed the beans in a baggie. Also, I used Coconut Aminos instead of soy sauce. They taste really good with Sandwich Thins and all of the toppings listed in the recipe.
I've tried a lot of meatless burger recipes and this was one of the best. I had two cups of cooked black beans and no pinto beans, so I cut the recipe in half. I mashed the beans with a potato masher to leave them chunky, which helped add texture. I only had old-fashioned oats so I used those: more texture. I doubled the amount of oil (they're still a lot lower in fat than meat burgers) and used the higher amount of chili powder. I let the mixture rest a little before cooking to blend the flavors. Finally, I made the burgers smaller (eight from a half recipe) to fit the smaller slider buns I had on hand. I'll be saving this recipe for sure.
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I followed the recipe but the result wasn't good. The paddies look was ok but they were too soft.The taste was also strange. It can be a matter of personal taste but i believe the onion and the mortared were too much and the soy sauce wasn't suitable at all.I'll try to do this in a more "mediterranean" way adding salt instead of soy sauce, tomato instead of ketchup, a little onion, celery and white flour to make them more solid. Thank for the inspiration anyway.
We found these to be bland and too soft to handle. For those expecting this recipe to replace real burgers, save your money.
Very hard to puree even in my food processor because they beans were so dry. I used a pastry cutter which helped a lot. Little bland in taste but will make again and try to punch them up. Froze the ones I didn't grill between wax paper. Hopefully they will cook up fine.