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Mama Burger- DELICIOUS veggie burger<br>
Hands down one of my favorite veggie burger recipes EVER. Even nonvegetarians love these, theyre all gone within a day when I make them at home! Super healthy and delicious. Choose the baking option for a healthier alternative. Leave out the cheese for vegans if you please.<br><br>
Mama Burger<br><br>
Preparation time: 20 mins - Cooking time: 20 mins - Makes 8-10 burgers<br>
Ingredients:<br>
1 tbsp olive oil (if using frying pan)<br>
2 scallions, chopped<br>
1 tsp. garlic, chopped<br>
1/2 whole vidalia or other sweet onion<br>
3 cups drained garbanzo beans<br>
1/4 cup tanini<br>
3 eggs<br>
1 carrot, chopped<br>
1/4 cup parmesan cheese<br>
1/4 cup feta cheese<br>
1/2 tsp. salt<br>
pepper to taste<br>
fresh rosemary to taste<br>
1 1/2 cups bread crumbs<br><br>
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees or prepare a frying pan with a small amount of vegetable oil.<br>
2. Put all ingredients except bread crumbs into a food processor. Pulse until well combined. Put ingredients into a large bowl, add bread crumbs, mix well. Form into patties.<br>
3. If baking, place on cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes. If frying, cook until lightly browned on each side and warm in the middle.<br><br>
Note: These can be put in a freezer or refridgerator for later use. They will keep in the freezer for two months, and in the refridgerator for one week.
 

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That sounds amazing! Thanks for posting! What might one use as a vegan binding agent, instead of the eggs?
 

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Ah, I haven't made these since I transitioned into becoming a vegan, so I actually have no clue.<br>
Next time I make them I will have to experiment with different ingredients. Sorry about my lack of info!
 

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That sounds amazing! Thanks for posting! What might one use as a vegan binding agent, instead of the eggs?</div>
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As binder you can replace eggs with olive oil (or any other veg oil) - 1 1/2 Tbsp oil + 1 1/2 Tbsp water = 1 egg<br>
or<br>
You could use bread crumbs mixed with water<br>
or<br>
mashed potatoes 1/4 Cup = 1 egg<br>
or<br>
cooked oatmeal<br>
or<br>
Tahini<br>
or<br>
Any type nut butter (actually Tahini probably should be in this category, but..)<br>
or<br>
1/4 C tofu mixed (pureed) with 1 Tbsp flour = 1 egg<br>
or<br>
soy cream<br>
or<br>
Mix 1 Tbsp ground flax seed with 3 Tbsp hot water. Set it aside for a few minutes until it thickens. It should be the texture of an egg white, if it isnt, heat the mixture until it thickens. This mix equals one egg.<br>
or<br>
Chia seed can be used the same as flax seed.<br><br><br>
I'd just leave it out, and maybe add a little water - I bet it would work without the egg.
 
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