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    Burgers--Never to Meat Again

    [Cover photo by LUv 2 BaKE.] Vegetarian burgers, using beans, zucchini, mushrooms, TVP, tofu or whatever else substitutes for the beef.
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    7 Reviews |  By loof

    My daughter's boyfriend's mom gave her a cookbook that was created by the Houston Ballet for their Nutcracker Christmas Market in 1984. The recipes in the book were submitted by directors, choreographers, and dancers in the Houston Ballet that year. This recipe was submitted by Sandra Organ, Corps de Ballet.

    Recipe #290667

    Serve in a hamburger bun or with a garden salad and fries. Quick easy n tasty!

    Recipe #263310

    From Conveniently Vegan.

    Recipe #176853

    From Cooking Light, August 2006.

    Recipe #180772

    1 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I haven't actually tried this; but it actually looked and sounded good. If I don't post it, I'll loose it! Burger without the meat. The recipe comes from Light and Tasty February/March 2002.

    Recipe #91451

    I got this from a Pillsbury Grilling book

    Recipe #123808

    This recipe is from The original recipe states that these burgers can be fried, grilled, or baked.

    Recipe #147351

    3 Reviews |  By Midge_

    Vegetable patties open to interpretation. I have yet to try these. The cooking time is an estimate.

    Recipe #146646

    Recipe #146015

    From the Food Network. Time does not include 1 hour chilling time. I am going to try substituting cooked wild rice for the breadcrumbs.

    Recipe #141415

    From "Fresh" an Australian Cooking tv program.

    Recipe #141416

    I love vegetarian burgers, especially black bean burgers. This recipe is aggressively zippy; therefore, tone down the spiciness if you need to. Can be pan fried or baked. Created for the Cookgirl Fall Fashion line for 2005.

    Recipe #140468

    great for lunches. Works well with roasted parsnips and sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #139849

    1 Reviews |  By Smirk

    Non-fried, so less guilt. Does not refrigerate or freeze well. Easily duplicated for larger families.

    Recipe #139912

    Similar to recipe #109264, but different too. Try them both and decide for yourself which one you like. Of course, we think these are the BEST - hope you do too! If a product name is mentioned, it's just what we personally use or prefer; other brands will work just as well I'm sure. Got this recipe from a friend and as Lucy said: "Here is a recipe for the best Whities you've ever had! Be sure to make a bunch of them - they go like hotcakes!!!" Figure 2 to 4 Whities for appetizer servings, 3 to 8 Whities as a main course. (Remember that teenagers will consume vast amounts more than we middle aged parents!) Sometimes it's impossible to find the 24 to a package party rolls, much less in an aluminum tray. You can use the rolls in a 12-pack - you'll just end up with bigger Whities.

    Recipe #138545

    2 Reviews |  By Geema

    Deliciously different spinach patties that I am anxious to try.

    Recipe #126188

    Open faced "Scandinavian style" burgers - a change of pace from a plain, old hamburger! A tribute to Ballard (a Seattle area neighborhood) and Scandinavian folks everywhere. :)

    Recipe #27673

    From "Cooking a la Heart"- Delicious Heart Healthy Recipes from the Mankato Heart Health Program, 1988.

    Recipe #128943

    13 Reviews |  By Tish

    A little surprise will greet you when you bite into these succulent burgers hot of the grill. You can make each recipe ahead of time and refrigerate the burgers for 24 hours or freeze them, tightly wrapped for 1 month

    Recipe #62317

    Your going to be addicted - don't blame me! This is the winning recipe of this week's Thursday magazine. The winner is a man for a change, Mr. Jitendra Mehta! Wonderful presentation, nutty, munchy and flavourful - he's made the day of millions today with his simple burger!

    Recipe #71123

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