“These vegan black bean burgers are a fantastic alternative to traditional burgers served with meat. Simple and very delicious!”

Peace Fam!

I am back with another recipe. This time I was inspired by Pure Ella, which is a vegan gluten-free blog. I made a few tweaks given I didn’t have all of the ingredients. They still came out great, and I used them for a meal prep week. I am from Southern California land of the burger drive-thru, so I know my way around a burger. I have to admit, I miss them greatly. Most fast food tastes horrible, so I do not miss those, however, finding a vegan option was imperative if I wanted to continue eating them.

What I appreciate about black bean burgers is the taste. I love black beans. I use them a lot, and they are just so versatile. I recently saw them used for brownies. I always make sure to keep a can in my cupboard for recipes.

 

These burgers are just the right spice too. I love recipes that have a little spiciness to them, and this burger packs a punch. For a black bean burger, it holds up surprisingly well, and I made sure to meal prep the leftovers for the rest of the week. 

Black beans burgers are far better than the fake meat burgers I have had. No digestion issues with this one. That impossible burger was great going down, and so was the beyond beef, but I my stomach does not agree after I eat them, so I will stick to vegetable burgers from now on. I hope you like this recipe!

 

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Black Bean Burgers Yum
"These vegan black bean burgers are a fantastic alternative to traditional burgers served with meat. Simple and very delicious!"
Course Burgers, Dinner
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Servings
Ingredients
Course Burgers, Dinner
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a food processor, add in all the ingredients (except the last two: flour & oil) and mix until fully combined.
  2. Transfer to a large bowl so it's easier to work from.
  3. Make patties in circular shape
  4. Sprinkle the flour onto a large plate, drop the patty onto the flour and coat all over, dust off excess with your fingers.
  5. Heat a large cast iron pan, drizzle oil on the bottom and place the patties on the pan.
  6. Cook each side on medium low heat for about 3-5 minutes, then turn them over to cook the other side, until the colour darkens and they are firmer in shape.
  7. Alternatively, you can bake them at 350 F for 20-30 minutes, turning over half way through.
  8. Let cool for 5 minutes until serving.