By MizzNezz on April 25, 2002
Photo by Boomette
Photo by Boomette
"These burgers are a nice change from the beef. They taste delicious! Put them on toast, buns, or just on a plate. Serve with your favorite garnish."
Serving Size: 1 (102 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I have been looking for a good veggie burger recipe and decided to try yours. I wasn't sure how well they would stay together but as it turns out, they held together quite well. I added some dried thyme. Very easy to make and DH and I liked them very much. Thanks for a low fat-low cal burger recipe."
"Excellent-I did not have egg sub so I used 2 eggs and found I needed to add a touch of wheat germ to bind-my fault. Erin loved these, and since they are soooo quick and easy to make we now have a new summer favorite! Thanks Inez!!!"
"I am always on the look-out for new vege burger recipes and I enjoyed this one. Added a teaspoon crushed grlic (couldn't help myself) and some fresh basil. I used only 1 large fresh egg to bind."
"I'm not too sure about them being burgers. For me it was more like a veggie omelet. Spices would have been great. Or maybe a little bit of cheddar cheese would have made them firmer. Thanks MizzNezz :) Made for your cookathon"
"this is great! i have been looking for a good vegitarian recipe without tofu, and these were delicious!"
"These were very strange tasting and feeling. I wouldn't consider them a burger at all. "
"I used an egg instead of egg substitute. What came out had a good taste, but was a bit soggy."
"Made these for supper last night and dh and I loved them to pieces !!!"
"Not what I expected. It reminded me of something I would eat for breakfast. I will probably try again but it will not be top on my list."