Tandoori Pulled Jackfruit Vegan Burger

Tandoori Pulled Jackfruit Vegan Burger

For those burger cravings (with the bun and all!) this super quick Tandoori Pulled Jackfruit Vegan Burger made in just 15mins hits the spot! Quick and easy to make, these burgers are packed with flavour so you can enjoy a delicious and exciting vegan burger.

These burgers are not only great and filling for lunch, they are also perfect for BBQ parties and garden parties! This Tandoori Pulled Jackfruit Vegan Burger is even great for the lunch box.

A Little on Jackfruit

Jackfruit is a tropical fruit that can be a very versatile ingredient to have in the kitchen. This fruit can be eaten raw or cooked and used in a variety of dishes, from curries to burgers! Because of its meaty texture, cooked jackfruit is a great as a meat alternative for vegetarian and vegan recipes. This makes jackfruit a great ingredient for a healthy vegan burger as it serves as a low-carb meat substitute.

A Few Helpful Tips

  • As part of my weekend food prep, I keep chopped veggies in my fridge for easy cooking throughout the week: courgettes, peppers, red onions, coriander.
  • My garlic is always pre chopped in the fridge.
  • You can make an avocado mash to add to your burger to make it more moist if you find it too dry.

Other Recipes Like This…

For more quick and simple vegan burger ideas, try my filling Vegan Black Bean & Beetroot Burgers, my delicious Vegan Kidney Bean, Spinach & Mushroom Burger Patties and, for those that don’t like bread, my Mushroom Bun Burgers with Quinoa Filling.

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Prep Time7 minsCook Time8 minsTotal Time15 mins

Ingredients
 ½ tsp rapeseed oil I used Mr Organic rapeseed oil
 1 tsp chopped garlic
 1 jar jackfruit chunks I got mine from Clearspring
 1 tbsp tandoori masala(East Ends Foods)
 ½ lime juice
 ½ red onion chopped
 ½ red pepper chopped
 ½ avocado per burger
 chopped coriander for garnish (never too much but if you prefer, parsley is also delicious)
 salt is optional but personally I don’t think you need any

Method
1

Heat up oil and garlic in a pan

2

Throw in your jackfruit chunks and cook for about 5-6 mins then mash with a potato masher to give it the pulled effect

3

Add tandoori masala and cook for a further 2 mins on high heat

4

Squeeze lime over top

5

Fill your bread buns and top it with avocado slices, red onion, red pepper, and chopped coriander (if you prefer, parsley is also delicious)

Ingredients

Ingredients
 ½ tsp rapeseed oil I used Mr Organic rapeseed oil
 1 tsp chopped garlic
 1 jar jackfruit chunks I got mine from Clearspring
 1 tbsp tandoori masala(East Ends Foods)
 ½ lime juice
 ½ red onion chopped
 ½ red pepper chopped
 ½ avocado per burger
 chopped coriander for garnish (never too much but if you prefer, parsley is also delicious)
 salt is optional but personally I don’t think you need any

Directions

Method
1

Heat up oil and garlic in a pan

2

Throw in your jackfruit chunks and cook for about 5-6 mins then mash with a potato masher to give it the pulled effect

3

Add tandoori masala and cook for a further 2 mins on high heat

4

Squeeze lime over top

5

Fill your bread buns and top it with avocado slices, red onion, red pepper, and chopped coriander (if you prefer, parsley is also delicious)

Tandoori Pulled Jackfruit Vegan Burger

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