Total Time
30mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is an interesting and addictive veggie burger. There is a little natural foods drive-in near where i live that serves something like this.I talked to a lady who at one time worked at the drive-in and she told me that they used the left over carrot pulp from making carrot juice in the burger. After years of trying to figure out the ingredients i came up with this, and it is pretty close. I hope you like it. Don't be put off by the long list of ingredients, it goes together quickly and freezes well uncooked. I have guessed at the prep and cooking time. I have not timed myself making this.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. place walnuts, cashews, sunflower seeds, almonds, celery, carrot pulp, onion, garlic cloves, parsley, and sage in bowl of food processor and pulse until you have a medium fine meal consistancy.
  2. Do not pulse so long as to make nut butter.
  3. You want to have something to chew on.
  4. Dump the nut mixture into a mixing bowl and add the whey powder, eggs, dry mustard powder, curry powder, poultry seasoning, cumin,and mild chili powder.
  5. Mix the ingredients together until well incorporated.
  6. Form into 12 small patties or 6 large.
  7. Fry in a pan over medium heat until brown on each side.
  8. Serve as is or on buns with your favorite burger toppings.
Most Helpful

5 5

These tasted amazing! Better that I even imagined they would... and I was trying to copy the recipe from the natural foods drive in also! I am sticking with a 5 star rating even though they were a chore to make. The mixture was really difficult to blend in my food processor and just turned into a thick mass that wouldn't move. Next time I will take the advice of another poster and blend the veggies separate from the nuts and mix them together later. I omitted the sage, used less of the curry and poultry seasoning, more of the cumin, and added 1 Tbsp. of soy sauce. Used 1/4 cup whey powder instead of 1/2. Also, only used one egg (all that I had on hand). I turned mine into a "nutty taco" by crumbling up the "meat" as I cooked it, like I would have with ground beef... served it with melted cheese, salsa, tomato, lettuce and sprouts on a soft corn tortilla.
I can not thank you enough for this recipe. I am so happy I found it!

5 5

Fantastic veggie burger!! Quick and easy to make with the food processer. First processed the nuts, then emptied container, then processed the veggies - finally combined all for a quick "mixing". Added a little more cumin and curry than suggested (excluded the poultry seasoning), also added 2 tbsp of pine nuts and 1/4 cup ground flaxseed. Nummies!! I'm on Day 3 of just eating veggie burgers!