Vegan Black Bean & Beetroot Burgers

Vegan Black Bean & Beetroot Burgers

My Vegan Black Bean & Beetroot Burgers are quick and easy vegan burgers that make for a delicious and filling meal. With this simple and easy to follow recipe, even the kids can get involved in making their own delicious meals. The only apparatus you need are a food processor to make your bun batter, a frying pan to fry your buns, and a spatula to flip them. With all these at hand, you’re ready to go!

A Few Tips and Tricks

If you eat eggs and don’t have the ingredients to make a chia egg (which is 1 tbsp chia seeds soaked in 3 tbsp water for about 5mins), you can use an egg instead. You can use either cooked or raw beets for these burgers.

As well as with ingredient options, my Vegan Black Bean & Beetroot Burgers are very versatile when it comes to serving. You can serve your burgers in a bun or simply on their own – either way they’re delicious! If you’re looking for a bun-less serving suggestion or inspiration, I’ve paired mine with my creamy Loaded Guacamole and a fresh radish salad. You can also add some sweet potato wedges too.

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For more vegan burger ideas, check out my filling Tandoori Pulled Jackfruit Vegan Burger, my deliciously easy Vegan Kidney Bean, Spinach & Mushroom Burger Patties and my rustic Mushroom Bun Burgers with Quinoa Filling.

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Prep Time2 minsCook Time13 minsTotal Time15 mins

Ingredients
 800 g ready cooked organic black beans - 2 tins
 1 small red onion
 2 small cooked beetroots(they come vacuum packed in most supermarkets - you can also use raw)
 1 cup porridge oats
 1 tbsp chia seeds or 1 tbsp flaxseed pre-soaked in 3 tbsp of water(you can also use 1 egg if you eat eggs instead of flaxseed or chia seeds)
 2 crushed garlic cloves(1tbsp minced garlic)
 1 tsp salt
 12 tsp or 2 of paprika
 1 tsp black pepper
 3 tbsp chopped coriander or parsley
 1 tbsp coconut oil or any preferred oil(you can also use spray oils like Frylite)
 12 chopped green chillies (optional)

Method
1

Soak your chia seeds or milled flaxseeds in water to form a vegan glue/paste as the perfect egg substitute in this recipe

2

Put all the ingredients into a food processor apart from the coconut oil & add only 1/2 the quantity of oats. You can cut your onion and beets in quarters and roughly chop your herbs and let the food processor do the rest of the work.

3

Once processed, you can add more oats if the consistency isn’t firm enough to mould into burgers - usually up to another 1/2 cup of oats. This consistency depends on whether you use cooked or raw beets.

4

Add your vegan egg. Blitz everything together again.

5

Heat your oil in a frying pan

6

Fry the burger patties for a few minutes on each side. They will become brown in colour which mens they are cooked. I like to use a griddle pan for an authentic burger patty.

7

Serve in a bun or have it low carb & bun-less in a lettuce wrap or on a salad with my avocado salsa

Ingredients

Ingredients
 800 g ready cooked organic black beans - 2 tins
 1 small red onion
 2 small cooked beetroots(they come vacuum packed in most supermarkets - you can also use raw)
 1 cup porridge oats
 1 tbsp chia seeds or 1 tbsp flaxseed pre-soaked in 3 tbsp of water(you can also use 1 egg if you eat eggs instead of flaxseed or chia seeds)
 2 crushed garlic cloves(1tbsp minced garlic)
 1 tsp salt
 12 tsp or 2 of paprika
 1 tsp black pepper
 3 tbsp chopped coriander or parsley
 1 tbsp coconut oil or any preferred oil(you can also use spray oils like Frylite)
 12 chopped green chillies (optional)

Directions

Method
1

Soak your chia seeds or milled flaxseeds in water to form a vegan glue/paste as the perfect egg substitute in this recipe

2

Put all the ingredients into a food processor apart from the coconut oil & add only 1/2 the quantity of oats. You can cut your onion and beets in quarters and roughly chop your herbs and let the food processor do the rest of the work.

3

Once processed, you can add more oats if the consistency isn’t firm enough to mould into burgers - usually up to another 1/2 cup of oats. This consistency depends on whether you use cooked or raw beets.

4

Add your vegan egg. Blitz everything together again.

5

Heat your oil in a frying pan

6

Fry the burger patties for a few minutes on each side. They will become brown in colour which mens they are cooked. I like to use a griddle pan for an authentic burger patty.

7

Serve in a bun or have it low carb & bun-less in a lettuce wrap or on a salad with my avocado salsa

Vegan Black Bean & Beetroot Burgers

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