Discover a flavorful homemade veggie burger, and meat may become a passing priority. From cashew brown rice to tempeh and black bean, these easy veggie burger recipes win raves every time.See Popular Veggie Burgers Recipes
If you like to cook vegetarian, you may think there's nothing easier than tossing a frozen veggie burger in the microwave, and -- we're not going to lie: there probably isn't. But those frozen veggie burgers have a tendency to taste, well, like frozen veggie burgers. Why not compromise?
Easy turkey burgers that kids and adults will both like? Look no further than this flavorful and protein-packed recipe.
For a quick vegetarian main dish recipe, it's the condiments that make these frozen vegetable patties so delicious.
Choose between two fabulous topper recipes for purchased meatless veggie burgers, or serve both at your next cookout.
The sweet, earthy flavors of carrots and peas temper the kick of Jamaican jerk seasoning in these Caribbean-inspired patties. For even speedier preparation, use pre-grated carrots, available in most supermarkets. To make fresh breadcrumbs, trim and discard crusts from firm, fresh sandwich bread. Tear bread into pieces, and whirl in a food processor or blender until crumbs form. One slice makes about 1/2 cup. The salsa can be made ahead and kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.
Veggie burgers get dressed up with a tasty yogurt, olive and feta cheese topping that adds a burst of Greek-style flavor in every bite.
A fresh tomato relish tops these grilled mushroom stuffed burgers, which are served on focaccia bread.
Gone are the days when veggie burgers existed alongside, say, tofu and brown rice as the sort of bland, good-for-you food eaten by hardcore health nuts and vegetarians. Yes, compared to red meat, veggie burgers are an eminently healthy choice, but bland? Uh-uh.