I love a homemade veggie burger. Even when I go out to eat, that is one of the first things I look for on the menu. There are so many different possibilities when you make your own. So I have complied a list of veggie burger recipes for you. Some are mine, but many are from around the web as well.
I love veggie burgers. It seems you readers love them too because my Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers is one of the most popular recipes on the blog. As you may know, most store bought versions are not very healthy. That’s why I make my own. So much cheaper too! These adzuki bean veggie burgers are my latest creation.
My younger daughter Olive loved these! She is mostly tube fed and still learning how to eat by mouth so it was kind of a big deal to see her stuffing this into her mouth. You can read more about her in the About Me section of the blog. We liked these so much that I made a second batch yesterday. Adzuki beans are mainly grown in East Asia. They are tiny red beans, but don’t let the size fool you. These little beans are packed with healthy nutrients. They are high in iron, potassium and folic acid. I got mine out of the bulk bins at Whole Foods.
, mix the quinoa, beans, onions, carrots, garlic, bbq sauce, egg and water until everything is incorporated.
Add the salt to taste.
Using your hands, form patties and place on a lined baking sheet.
Bake for about 30 minutes.
Remove and serve.
This recipe may seem like it has a lot of steps, but you can cook the beans and the quinoa ahead of time. You can also chop the onions and the carrots in the
ahead of time as well. That’s what I did. Enjoy!