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This recipe is great! My friend and I also wanted to try to find a recipe similar to the great ones at Ruby Tuesday. I also frequently purchase Morning Star Black Bean Burgers, and these are very compariable. I think I like this recipe better. The only thing is that I had to cook the rice longer and it could be because all I had was Brown Basmati. I also added Cumin, paprika, and crushed red pepper (which gave it a slight kick). I also suggest adding shredded cheese. I'm thinking next time I make this I may make it in a meatloaf pan.
These were excellent. I was also looking for ones like Ruby Tuesdays. These will become a regular in our house. Made as directed the first time, and then tried them with lentils since I had some leftover. They were very good that way as well, they even held together a little better with the lentils. Topped with BBQ sauce as well. Thank you!
Yum! I had black bean and brown rice burgers at Ruby Tuesday's (Veggie Minis) the other day and had to try to make them. These were easy to make and taste great! We topped them with lettuce, tomato, pickle, and Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. Thanks!
This burger turned out just as I had hoped. I've had this recipe saved for forever and only wish I would had tried it sooner. I used leftover brown rice, so I skipped that part of the recipe. I did add the rice and a little bit of taco seasoning to the pan along with the corn let the flavors kind of cook together. Also, I was out of breadcrumbs so I toasted a slice of whole wheat bread and whirled it in the FP with some poultry seasoning. I cooked on the Foreman grill, but would not do that again. Served with Swiss cheese, pickle, lettuce, tomato, and onion on a sesame seed bun. Yum! I'll be making these often. Thanks for posting the recipe!
wonderful! I doubled everything, and used instant brown rice (following the directions on the box instead). Great alternative to meat. Thank you so much!
Delicious! That's coming from a crunchy, but meat loving person! These were a hit with the whole family, we ate them with sliced onion, cheddar cheese, bbq sauce, and a little mustard...they would be fabulous with tomato, lettuce, and ketchup and mustard as well. We will make these again in our effort to eat less meat, and eat healthy...oh and i added a spinkle of season salt after i put them on the griddle. :)