Looking for a healthier, low-fat veggie burger? This recipe uses just a bit of tofu and lots and lots of veggies to form a healthy and high-fiber vegetarian patty.
Try this vegetarian burger recipe with portobello mushrooms and an avocado sauce. Portabello mushrooms make for a healthy veggie burger recipe for a barbecue or cookout and have a hearty and rich flavor. If you need a simple and easy way to substitute meat in your veggie burger, portabello mushrooms are the way to go!
I love this recipe for black bean patties because its easy to make as well as tasty, two of my favorite qualities in a recipe! They aren't quite firm enough to toss on the backyard grill, so you may want to chill them after forming them into patties, or, you can lightly fry them in oil for a quick, everyday meal. This veggie burger recipe is both vegetarian and vegan.
Yes, you can make fabulous veggie patties from potatoes! If you've ever had latkes or potato pancakes, you know that potatoes absorb the flavors added to them quite well, and have a satisfying texture that is both crunchy and soft. Feel free to spice this recipe up a bit by adding in some garlic, seasoned salt, or other spices. This veggie burger recipe is both vegetarian and vegan.
Spice up a basic vegetarian and vegan black bean burger patty with some cayenne pepper and hot sauce! This black bean patty will hold together well enough to grill, or you can pan-fry it in a bit of oil.
These vegetarian TVP veggie burgers are high in protein and pack a bit of a kick. Feel free to omit the chili powder and cayenne if you prefer a milder veggie burger. This veggie burger recipe is vegetarian, but not vegan.
An easy veggie burger with just a few basic ingredients and some spices, these are very quick and easy to make in your food processor. These veggie burgers will hold together well on your backyard grill.
Mushrooms are surprisingly similar in taste and texture to meat when cooked, and this recipe may just surprise you with how tasty it is. While mushrooms provide plenty of flavor and texture, the addition of pinto beans makes this recipe high in fiber and protein too. A reviewer gave this recipe five stars and wrote, "Very good for those that are meat lovers since the taste is almost similar. This is also economical since it costs less than meat. Thanks a lot for this creation."
Nature's burger is a store-bought veggie burger mix. You just add hot water, let the mixture sit for a few minutes, and then it's ready to cook up! Instand homemade veggie burgers! I like to add a bit of extra seasonings to the mix, either some garlic salt, Italian seasoning or even some seasoned salt. Here's one way to serve up Nature's burger California-style: with avocadoes, cheese, and sprouts.
My friend John is as far away from vegetarian as one can be, but he's also a serious foodie and culinary expert. So, when he recommends this veggie burger recipe, you know its good! John says that the chunks of mushroom give it a juicier texture than other veggie burger recipes.