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I love these! I have made them a couple of times. I shred all of my veggies for it in my food processor. I also freeze the extra individual patties on wax paper to have a quick meal another time as my kids unfortunately do not love them.
I haven't tried this yet but we are starting our healthy eating this weekend and camping to boot so I think this will be a good recipe to try. I'll post more of a review after we try it.
I made this exactly as written. I did not have to add anything to bind them. I pan fried them and did not have any problems with them falling apart. Served on buns with lettuce, tomato, etc.. Thanks for the recipe!
These were very good. I made them with ground turkey meat and found I needed to add about 1/2 cup of raw oatmeal to the mixture because it was very wet. I froze the patties and then cooked them on the BBQ. Will definitely make these again and will probably experiment with different spices although those listed worked well.
I made this for *Zaar World Tour III* - I seen **Jubes** photo in the 'The Naughty but Nice Gang thread' and I had to make it. This had perfect amount of a kick and great flavours. I used one tablespoon of breadcrumbs to help bind the patties. Thank you mama's kitchen
*Reviewed for Zaar World Tour 3* Really liked these burgers. I cut back on the pepper and chilli a tad as the kids don't like things too hot and spicey. Great flavours. The carrot and zucchini worked well. I also added a tablespoon of flour to help bind the patties. Photo to come
I made these for our cookout for those who didn't want red meat and some who are watching the fat! They were fabulous! I loved the little bit of kick the cayenne gave it and the taste of the cumin made them a little smokey. Melted Pepper Jack cheese on them. I didn't use carrot or zucchini but I will definitely try it like that next time. Thanks for a great burger recipe!