Beet Burger Recipe

Beet Burger Recipe

There are a lot of veggie lover burger formula choices to suit each sense of taste. Most depend on a couple of fundamental structure squares, for example, a kind of bean, a grain, vegetables, herbs, flavors, and a coupling component to hold everything together. Garbanzo beans (chickpeas) are the base for falafel style veggie burgers and they would work fine in this formula also. Be that as it may, dark beans have a somewhat more profound, hearty flavor that goes well with the beets.

All out: 55 mins - Prep: 25 mins - Cook: 30 mins - Yield: 4 Servings

Truth be told, this may be one of the most effortless approaches to utilize beets since the crude beets really strip effectively and no pre-cooking is required. Their characteristic sweetness coordinates well with the beans and they include a major increase in sustenance to these burgers. In case you're not a devotee of cumin, take a stab at substituting some mellow curry powder or even smoked paprika. Or on the other hand keep it basic with simply salt, pepper and possibly some dried oregano.

You can broil these yet the cooked patties are clammy and exceptionally tasty notwithstanding when heated in the stove. Serve them plain or top them with your preferred sauce or even caramelized onions and cut pickles. It's difficult to turn out badly with these.


1/4 glass uncooked white or darker rice

3/4 glass water

1 shallot, stripped and quartered

1 expansive beet, stripped and quartered

1 glass canned dark beans, flushed and depleted

1 egg

1/2 glass breadcrumbs

2 tablespoons slashed crisp parsley

1 teaspoon cumin

1/4 teaspoon ground dark pepper

1/4 teaspoon salt, or to taste

4 seeded moves, split

1 glass infant arugula or other little plate of mixed greens

Tahini or tzatziki sauce (for serving)


1-Add the 3/some water to a pot and heat to the point of boiling. Blend in the rice, spread, decrease the warmth to low and cook for 15 minutes or until the rice is delicate and the water has been consumed. Put aside to cool.

2-Heat the broiler to 400 F.

3-To make the burgers, include the quartered shallot and quartered beet to a sustenance processor. Heartbeat a couple of times until the blend looks like rice. Include the dark beans and the cooled cooked rice. Keep beating until the blend is for the most part pureed yet marginally thick. Rub the hitter into a vast bowl.

4-Stir in the egg, breadcrumbs, cleaved crisp parsley, ground cumin, ground dark pepper, and salt. Blend until joined and structure into 4 equivalent measured patties or 8 littler slider patties.

5-Put the burgers on a material lined heating sheet and prepare for 15 minutes. Flip and keep heating for an extra 15 minutes. You can likewise sear these in a skillet or cast iron container.

6-Sandwich the cooked patties in the seeded rolls. Top with the arugula and shower with a tahini or tzatziki sauce.