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In the case of the veggie burger, homemade is always better than store-bought. Our Black Bean Quinoa Burgers get their bold flavor from chipotle pepper, garlic and cumin. - McCormick Test Kitchens
Most store-bought veggie burgers are flavorless, rubbery disks. With the right ingredients and a little time, you can make your own delicious veggie burgers that all your party guests (not just the vegetarians) will love.
Making your own veggie burgers is actually pretty simple once you have the right ingredients. There are several components you need to get the ideal texture and taste for your patties:
By tweaking each of the four major components, you’ll be able to create endless flavor combinations. Whatever ingredients you pick for your patties, make sure you squeeze out the excess moisture from the grains and vegetables. If you don’t, you’ll have trouble keeping your patties together and the burger will fall apart on the first bite.
You can even make a large batch of patties in one session, then freeze the extras to enjoy later. If you need a good recipe to get you started, Serious Eats has a super delicious one. With a little effort, you and your guests won’t have to suffer through any more cardboard Boca burgers.
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This article was written by Heather Yamada-Hosley from Lifehacker and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.