I usually make my own. The beans that work best are canned chickpeas, mixed with bread crumbs, garlic, s&p, and I put sage in mine and a little bit of BBQ sauce for more of a burger flavour. Chickpea burgers seem to stick together best. Then you mold them into patties and fry them. Don't make them too thick though, or they will be all mushy in the middle and kind of messy to eat.
You can also put some blended up veggies in there like shredded carrots, or cooked peas to add extra vitamins.
I make my own. I've used chick peas, black beans, and pinto beans in the past. I puree the beans with some liquid (can use the juice from the beans, water, lemon/lime juice, etc.) Add onions, garlic, whatever spices you want. I usually add about 1/4 cup of wheat flour so they won't be so sticky. You can bake or fry thm. I bake mine at 350f for about 30 minutes. Yum!
I love Turtle Island tex mex burgers. It is temph based with black beans, corn kernals and, red pepper bits in it. I love it with a bit of Vegenaise and on kamut white bread since it is so yummy and moist on its own.
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