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Veggie Burger with Marinated Potato Wedges


I love homemade burgers! They're easy and tasty and you can adjust the flavors however you like them!

Makes about 4 patties:
1 cup of cooked chickpeas
1/2 cup chopped onions
1/2 cup small chopped carrots
1/2 cup small chopped bell pepper
1 mashed clove of garlic
1/2 chopped parsley
1/2 cup breadcrumbs
1 egg (optional)
1/2 tbsp of cumin
1 teaspoon of mustard
Salt & pepper to taste

In a food processor, add all the above ingredients except the egg and breadcrumbs, pulse few times until all the ingredients are incorporated together, the transfer into a bowl and add the breadcrumbs and the egg and fold all ingredients together. I like to refrigerate them for a bit, then form patties. In a non-stick skillet add about a teaspoon of canola oil (or any vegetable oil) or just enough to coat the skillet and cook the patties, few minutes on each side until done.

For the potatoes: (as much potatoes as you want)
Cut potatoes into wedges without peeling them (after cleaning them well). Marinate in olive oil, fresh thyme or rosemary or both, some garlic powder and some pepper. Let them sit for half an hour in a bowl or in a Ziploc bag. Then empty them on a baking rack and bake them in a 375F oven until golden brown.

To serve:
Cut a Hamburger bun in half and slightly toast it, then add on the bottom side, ketchup, then a lettuce leaf, add the veggie patty, then top with sliced onion and tomato and cover with upper part of the bun. Serve the potatoes on the side. I like it with mango salsa. It is a ready salsa that I buy, made of grilled bell peppers, mangoes, tomatoes and a lot of spices.
Hamburgers can be served in so many creative ways, this was a simple version. Caramelized onions are really good too instead of raw onions etc, etc...

12 comments:

  1. Wowie, that bun looks awesome... the bun can make or break the burger! Everything looks delicious :)

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  2. It is a very good alternative to meat burgers.
    Iffet

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  3. this is a very yummy recipe!!! i love anything vegetarian, especially with our middle eastern cuisine, even the hard-to-please vegetarians will be satisfied! thanks for sharing.

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  4. Meeso, you are absolutely right! Thanks a lot :)

    Thanks Iffet:) Yes, and with healthy ingredients too :)

    Summer! Oh me too :) It's amazing how many vegetarian recipes we have and we can come up too :)

    Thank you all for stopping by!

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  5. thank you thiiiiiiiiiiiis much
    your blog sooo delicious

    lovely

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  6. Thank you Nesrin for stopping by :) I'm glad you like my blog :)

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  7. Nothing can be homemade burgers, especially if they are vegetarian. Great recipe, Mag! I will try it next time I crave burgers.

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  8. Sabah El Kheir

    This is a nice healthy,tasty and good looking burgur my dear, very very interesting ingredients, I have to try a veggie burgur one day.

    thanks so much for sharing..

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  9. أحب جداااااااا المطبخ اللبناني
    شكرا على المدونة الرائعة

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  10. Farida,
    Thank you so much for your lovely comment.

    Sabah el noor Arlette :) I thank you for your comment :) When youtry it let me know what you think ;)

    "Moroccan Flavor", thanks a lot for visiting :) I am glad that you like Lebanese cuisine :) I looove Moroccan cuisine too!!!

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  11. I love the photo and the idea! My son just turned vegan on me and he loves burgers!
    Thank you!
    Joumana

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  12. Hi Joumana! Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving this nice comment. I hope your son will like this recipe :)

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