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It’s always nice to enjoy a tasty veggie burger every once in a while regardless if you’re a vegetarian or not. Veggie burgers, or patties, is a bit of a favorite food of mine because they’re versatile and you can have it not only as burgers, but in wraps, sallads, pasta dishes, etc. Mix and match the spices and veggies as you like and you have a patty for any occasion. Anyways, in this picture obviously see a veggie burger I made the other day that I thought I might as well share the recipe I used for these in particular. I did go a lot on feeling but I remember what I put in pretty well! This can be made vegan, just use egg substitute and vegan bread + cheese if you want a ”classic burger”.

OBS! The amount/size of your vegetables can make the spices milder so start with adding the spices according to the recipe then taste and see if you want to add more. I ended up adding more at the end to get the spicy burn haha. If you ain’t sweating, it ain’t spicy! Am I right?

2 beetroots
2 carrots
1 onion
1 garlic clove
2 celeri stalks
2 eggs
1 can chickpeas
2 tablespoons olive oil
0,5 teaspoon salt
0,5 teaspoon black pepper
0,5 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 teaspoon ground coriander
1 tablespoon sambal oelek
1 tablespoon corn starch

Toasted burger buns
Jeezy Original (vegan cheese)
Romaine lettuce
Red onion
Red bell pepper

Preheat the oven to 220℃ (425 ℉). Dice the onion. Grate the carrots and beetroots with a greater or food processor. Put chopped garlic and celery in a food processor and blend finely then add the chickpeas and give it a quick blend. You still want the chickpeas to be chunky. Heat 1 – 2 tablespoons on medium heat in a pan and fry the diced onion, grated carrots, grated beetroots until soft. Put the garlic/celery/chickpea mix and fried carrots/beetroots/onion mix into a big bowl. Add all the spices (salt, black pepper, cayenne, cumin, turmeric, coriander, sambal oelek), corn starch, eggs and blend it until it’s a all mixed together evenly. Save the eggs till last if you wanna taste and see if you want to add more spices and add them when you’re satisfied. Form the mixture into patties in the size of your choice, they won’t change much in size when cooking, brush them with the remaining olive oil and pop them into the oven for 15-20 minutes (or more if necessary).



  Freja wrote @

Tack för tipset! Ska definitivt göra en vegan-version av det här receptet. 😉

  Mathias wrote @

Ska testa receptet när mina bönburgare tar slut! (also peruken ser typ bra ut på dig)

  Freja wrote @

Hur många burgare blir det av en sats? 🙂

  Johanna Herrstedt wrote @

Jag kommer inte ihåg exakt men jag tror jag fick till 9 medelstora 🙂

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