Sunday, April 03, 2011

Clean out the fridge Veggie Burgers!

I'm at my old house for the week and I pretty much cleaned out my fridge and brought the contents
over here. I had some 20 Minute Chipotle Split Pea soup in the freezer that I defrosted along with some Chili, cooked brown rice, oats and flax. The mixture was pretty wet, so I baked them in the oven for around 45 minutes and let them cool completely before removing them from the baking sheet. This helped to hold them together.

I topped them with all the fixins including my Low Fat Vegenaise Alternative.  For less than $2.00, I got 8 big burgers!
burgers, before baking
all ready to eat!
It's yummy!


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9 comments:

  1. Oooh, I want to go on a vegan cross country road trip! And those veggie burgers look delicious.

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  2. Lover your site! Thanks for the awesome!

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  3. thank you SO MUCH for posting all the affordable meals! This is great!

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  4. I tried to throw a whole bunch of things together last week into a burger and it didn't work out. It was too moist. you must be a genious.

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  5. Mmm looks good as always!! i'm always on the look out for great veggie burgers, these look fantastic!

    As always your photo is GORGEOUS too!! Talented lady you are!

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  6. It's amazing that you can make veggie burgers out of leftovers like that! Way to go!

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  7. Bitt, I have just had A LOT of practice making burgers.. I have used just about any leftover you can think of.. my clean out the fridge burgers were a HUGE hit in the restaurants I worked in.. the trick with really wet ones is to bake them for a long long time and then let them completely cool before removing from the pan. The picture of them before they were baked shows how wet they were.. I didn't want to add more starchy binder, so I just baked the crap out of them.. probably for an hour..

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  8. Way to use up those leftovers! I usually just make soup with my veggie scraps, but next time I'll have to try channeling those ingredients into a burger or patty of some sort. It's a great idea.

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  9. Looks gorgeous and delicious!

    Blessings, Debra
    Raw Vegan Diet

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