Homemade veggie burger recipes

Give em to me.

I've been eating less red meat due to health reasons and have been slowly working it out of my diet.

But God Damn, I'm having a rough time giving up a good burger.

Some of the veggie burgers I've eaten at restaurants have been pretty good. As well as some of the ones you can pick up at stores in the frozen section.

My issue is that the good ones aren't cheap. Kind of a rip off actually. So I'd like to try making my own.

I know there's enough non-meat eaters on the OG where there someone should have something

Thanks in advance

I hope you get some good ones, I hear they’re good for your ovaries.

1/2 c brown rice (soaked/cooked)

1/2 c quinoa (soaked/cooked)

1/2 c black beans (soaked/cooked)

1/2 tbsp scallions (sliced thin)

1 tsp garlic (minced)

1 tbsp onion (minced)

1 tbsp tamari almonds (chopped fine)

2 tbsp coconut oil

salt & pepper

 

Put rice/quinoa into a food processor and pulse until sticky.  Transfer to bowl and combine with ingredients except oil.  season with salt and pepper.

 

Shape into 4 burgers.  Sear burgers in coconut oil on both sides.

MoodyR1 -

1/2 c brown rice (soaked/cooked)

1/2 c quinoa (soaked/cooked)

1/2 c black beans (soaked/cooked)

1/2 tbsp scallions (sliced thin)

1 tsp garlic (minced)

1 tbsp onion (minced)

1 tbsp tamari almonds (chopped fine)

2 tbsp coconut oil

salt & pepper

 

Put rice/quinoa into a food processor and pulse until sticky.  Transfer to bowl and combine with ingredients except oil.  season with salt and pepper.

 

Shape into 4 burgers.  Sear burgers in coconut oil on both sides.

Seems like a lot of work when you can simply buy ground beef.

Curtis_E_Bare - 

I hope you get some good ones, I hear they’re good for your ovaries.



I hope so. They look to much like testicles for my liking

Get the Beyond Burger:

http://beyondmeat.com/products/view/beyond-burger

They have them at Whole Foods, or if you want to get one in a restaurant they have them at Veggie Grill

JimmersonzGlove - Get the Beyond Burger:

http://beyondmeat.com/products/view/beyond-burger

They have them at Whole Foods, or if you want to get one in a restaurant they have them at Veggie Grill


There's a lot of places around here selling those.



 

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MoodyR1 -

1/2 c brown rice (soaked/cooked)

1/2 c quinoa (soaked/cooked)

1/2 c black beans (soaked/cooked)

1/2 tbsp scallions (sliced thin)

1 tsp garlic (minced)

1 tbsp onion (minced)

1 tbsp tamari almonds (chopped fine)

2 tbsp coconut oil

salt & pepper

 

Put rice/quinoa into a food processor and pulse until sticky.  Transfer to bowl and combine with ingredients except oil.  season with salt and pepper.

 

Shape into 4 burgers.  Sear burgers in coconut oil on both sides.

Seems like a lot of work when you can simply buy ground beef.

If you want to win 5 Superbowls that's what you eat.

The Serious Eats black bean burger is really good.

http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/03/the-best-black-bean-burger-recipe.html

I can't imagine a pre-packaged veggie burger will be healthier than a grass fed beef or bison burger. 

TTT for Bobby Lupo.

Tempeh burgers. 

Not a burger but jackfruit carnitas are supposed to be good. Have not tried them.

There's one in this cookbook that is pretty good. 

https://www.amazon.com/Veganomicon-Ultimate-Isa-Chandra-Moskowitz/dp/156924264X

Do they have to be veggie? 

Or can they be turkey and pork?

KickAssMcRad - AKA Idon't Portal - 

Do they have to be veggie? 

Or can they be turkey and pork?



I already have good recipes for those.



 

In

Harmony Valley makes a good veggie burger, although I don't know healthy it is, it's mostly soy protein, but you could add any veggies and seasoning you want to it. It comes dried and you rehydrate it.

 

PatK -
KickAssMcRad - AKA Idon't Portal - 

Do they have to be veggie? 

Or can they be turkey and pork?



I already have good recipes for those.



 

I'm sorry, but there is no such thing as a "good" veggie burger. 

Minus well soak some shredded cardboard in some diluted worchestershire sauce, form it into patties, and grill it. 

In.