Prep 12 mins
Cook 21 mins
So good! Even my non vegan hubby loves them. I serve them on a bun with mustard, a tomato slice and and a lettuce leaf. Sometimes I make a dip with soy yogurt, cucumbers, and fresh dip without a bun. This could be made with a food processor but I prefer to make it by hand. An ancient sage claims people who consume food grown and made with love, grow love in their hearts
- 1⁄2 cup diced onion
- 1 cup carrot
- 1 (15 ounce) can garbanzo beans, drained and rinsed
- 1 cup parsley
- 2 cups dry breadcrumbs
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- Prepare a cookie sheet by lining with parchment paper. Lightly spray with olive oil or canola oil.
- Add 2 tablespoon water to onion and microwave on high until soft ( 30 seconds in my microwave). Drain any remaining water off onion.
- Finely dice fresh carrot.
- Finely dice fresh parsley removing all stems.
- Mix all ingredients with mixer or in food processor until you can form a hamburger like patty. If you need to add more bread crumbs (this usually means you mixed or processed it too long).
- Form into six to eight patties.
- Lightly spray each patty until on both sides with olive or canola spray and place on cookie sheet.
- Flip patties after twelve minutes. Bake on opposite side nine minutes. I like mine to be lightly brown and crisp.
These were really tasty! I halved this and made per the recipe except I forgot to microwave the onion. I figured that probably would have added a little extra moisture so I just added a little water to the mix which really helped them stick together. I served on a bun with lettuce, a slice of mozzarella, and Sandy's Easy Greek Yogurt Sauce. Thanks for sharing!
[Made for Fall PAC 2012]
Made last Thursday as a side with marinaded Tilapia and steak fries. Sorry we used it as a side, but we're not vegan and I didn't think my husband would go for it as a main course. I did add some Italian seasoning also. The patties held together very well. Usually when I make bean patties they fall apart while flipping. The taste was good and the appearance was more "hamburger like" than I expected. Since we had them as a side, we just topped with some steak sauce. They were a bit dry, so I would suggest topping with some sort of condiment. Made for Fall PAC 2012
Yum yum! I couldn't resist throwing some cumin in though! On a homemade whole wheat bun, with lettuce and tomato, a dash of Braggs Liquid Aminos, who could ask for a more delicious and healthy lunch? Thanks for posting, Paula! Made for Fall PAC 2012