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Black Bean Veggie Burgers that Taste Great!


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Black Bean Veggie Burgers that Tastes Great! A great flame grilled beef burger is hard to beat, but these yummy black bean veggie burgers are not just good, but damn good! In fact it's a great meat alternative that our family loves. These burgers have been requested by several friends and family members for cook outs and family pool parties. This recipe makes about 6-7 burgers. When I prep these burgers for meals I really like to make enough to have a small freezer stash for a couple more meals!

Black Bean Veggie Burgers Ingredients: 1 cup of black beans (canned or dried and cooked) 1 egg (vegan option 1 tbsp. ground flaxseed and 2 tbsp. water) 1 tbsp. BBQ sauce 1 tsp. powdered garlic 1 tsp. dried mustard 1 tsp. cumin 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. pepper 1/2 onion cut into fourths 1/2 sweet red, orange, or yellow pepper cut into fourths 2 garlic cloves cut in half 3-5 mushrooms cut in half 1 small carrot cut into fourths 1/2-3/4 cup of oats If grilling- 2 tbsp. oil of choice (hemp or EVOO are my preferred oils) Gadgets and Gizmos Needed: Parchment or Waxed Paper Bowls Fork Food processor or other way to pulverize/chop veggies finely Grill or oven Measuring spoons & cups Cookie sheet or pizza pan Directions: Using a fork mash beans well. In a separate bowl beat your egg (or other binder of choice). Whisk in your BBQ sauce, garlic powder, dried mustard, dried cumin, salt, and pepper. Next in a food processor pulverize the oats well and then dump into a bowl and set aside. Then add the onion, sweet pepper, garlic cloves, mushrooms, and carrot to the food processor and pulse until pulverized well. Combine contents from food processor to the egg and seasoning mixture and mixed together well. Finally combine the mashed beans to the wet ingredients and incorporate all ingredients together until mixed well. Now you'll add in the oats a little at a time to get the desired consistency. The desired consistency is going allow you to form the mixture into patties, it will be slightly softer than a beef burger mixture, but you will still be able to form them. Form into 6-7 patties and place on a parchment lined pizza pan or cookie sheet. Freeze them for about 30-45 minutes to firm them up. Brush with oil on the side going down onto the rack of the grill or down onto the baking sheet. Bake at 425 or grill about 10 minutes per side oiling the other side as you flip it over. If making enough to freeze, be sure to thaw before cooking or adjust your cooking method to compensate for frozen burgers! Top these black bean veggie burgers with anything you'd top your burger with! My personal favs:

  1. sautéed onions and mushrooms with provolone or smoked gouda with either a little BBQ sauce or spicy brown mustard and a little mayo

  2. lettuce, avocado, purple onion and a little mayo

I think our black bean veggie burger would be well-loved at any of the vegan friendly dining options around Jacksonville or Fernandina, Florida!

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