Potato & Lentil Burgers With Chilie Cream

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 25 mins

This is a good vegetarian recipe given to me by Vicki. Cook and prep time does not take in the standing time in the refrigerator.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Add lentils to pan of boiling water, boil uncovered for about 10 minutes until cooked, drain.
  2. Heat olive oil in pan and add onions garlic and nuts and stir until onions are soft and the nuts are lightly browned.
  3. Combine lentils, potato and lentil mixture.
  4. basil, mustard, cheese, egg yolk and stale breadcrumbs in bowl and mix well.
  5. Shape mixture into 6 patties, toss in packaged breadcrumbs.
  6. Put in the refrigerator for about 1 hour until they are firm.
  7. Shallow fry the patties in hot oil until browned on each side and heated through.
  8. Serve the patties on toasted buns with sprouts and chilli cream.
  9. Chilli cream: Mix ingredients well.


Most Helpful

These are excellent! I used green lentils and veggie parmesean (because I had some to use up) but otherwise followed the burger recipe exactly. My husband made up a chilie cream (we had no chili sauce) and it went really well with it. I thought they were very much like crab cakes (minus the crab of course). I was astounded at how well not only the different flavors but the different textures worked together. These were by far the best veggie burgers I have ever made.

ladypit November 01, 2004

These werent bad, but they didnt turn out as well as Id expected. I was expecting lots of flavor, but they really werent as flavorful as I thought they'd be. I had some trouble with them while cooking. I refrigerated as the recipe told me to, but they didnt seem to want to cook up nicely. Overall, they were pretty good, but for the amount of work I would probably try to make changes to adapt them to my tastes. I didnt use the chillie cream as I didnt really like the two flavors together.

love4culinary October 24, 2003

WOW, I was impressed with this recipe. I halved it and didn't expect too much, but I was pleasantly surprised. I did use green lentils(I didn't have red) and used spicey mustard. I served it without a bun with the sauce which I thought complimented it perfectly. Thanks for this dare Latchy!

Sharon123 August 31, 2003

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