looking for Eat less meat? But you lack inspiration for your meals? One thing that helps transition is cooking familiar and comforting foods, which comfort us. The Meatless burgers Totally falls into this category: with breads, condiments, sides and even fries, you’ll be so excited to eat your meal and you won’t even miss the meat!
here 9 Veggie Burger Recipes To try without failing.
1. With beets
This recipe makes generous, colorful dumplings with carrots, chickpeas, flax seeds, and beets. Find the recipe for Vegan Beetroot Burgers here.
2. With almonds, mushrooms and blue cheese
Combining the flavors of mushrooms, almonds, and blue cheese, this deluxe veggie burger is sure to please! Discover our recipe for these veggie burgers.
3. With portobello mushrooms
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It may not be a burger patty, but the joy of eating this cheeseburger will be just as great (and probably more!) than a traditional hamburger. Check out our Spicy Mayo Portobello Cheeseburger recipe.
Also Read: 9 Dishes You Should Cook Again And Again For More Flavor
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Totally perfect if you don’t have a lot of closets; These dumplings are made with oatmeal and lentils and can be made in minutes!
Canned lentils, an egg and breadcrumbs. That’s the simple basis of this protein burger! Serve with spicy mayo. Find burger recipes here.
A delicious recipe that combines quinoa with lentils and mushrooms. Very tasty!
Other ideas for cooking quinoa: 7 quinoa salads = a week of easy and quick dinners
7. With black beans
Among the legume burgers, meatballs with beans are probably the most meat-like in taste and texture. A must have recipe!
Also Read: 10 Quick Dinners With Canned Beans
8. With leeks
Perfect croquettes, with quinoa and a delicious crispy leek filling! Check out the perfect leek meatball recipe for your slider burger.
9. Falafel style
But yes, of course you can flatten falafel (ie croquettes with chickpea flour) instead of round. This burger would be perfect on a pita or naan bread. Find pancake recipes here.
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