McVegan – I’m Loving It!

If there is something that is more related with a bad and fast-eating habit above anything else it’s eating Burgers. Burgers seem to be the prime example of people who don’t seem to really care about their eating habits. Admittedly, Burgers seem to have not lost their attracting power to many people. That’s why this poor eating habit is still practiced. Richa Hingle has done a great job again by putting up 35 amazing recipes to make Burgers on your own in a way that make Burgers not only stand out from the crowd but also being extremely healthy at the same time. Here is how she does it:

“Before we hit all the pumpkin, squash, orange and fall, make these Burgers! 35 Amazing Vegan Veggie Burger Recipes. 
No fake meats, loads of beans, lentils, veggies and loads of gluten-free and soy-free options. The kind of burgers we love in this house. 
Tips to make great Veggie/Bean Burgers:
  • Keep burger patties mixture moist. Use egg replacer/binder. If the mixture feels dry, mash it well and add a flax egg, aquafaba egg or applesauce/sweet potato puree until the mixture can be easily shaped without falling apart. 

  • If the mixture is too wet, chill it for 15 minutes or more, Or add breadcrumbs/flour.  

  • Keep track of the extra moisture from the veggies. Some veggies like cauliflower or zucchini will keep leaking moisture into the patties. Pre-cook the veggies before adding to burger mixture, or keep the time lag between prepping, making the burger mixture to cooking the burgers minimal. 

  • Mash it well. Larger beans or larger chopped veggies will lead to the patties breaking easily. Mash them beans and finely chop the veggies. 

  • Pack the patties well. For pretty and well packed patties, use large cookie cutters!”


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