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Quick and easy veggie burger recipe

veggie burger recipe

I love a challenge, so when Cool Cookery asked me, if I would like to take part in their latest cooking challenge, I instantly jumped at the chance – I’m trying to become a domestic goddess, you know!? Their challenge was to create a recipe that consisted of at least two frozen ingredients and whoever knows me will be surprised that I didn’t go for a dessert. Believe me, I wanted too, but then I thought I;d love to make something seasonal. Something that is perfect for a warm summer’s day or night and something that can be prepared on the BBQ, because let’s face it, we love BBQs in the summer.

In the end, I thought I would share this quick and easy veggie burger recipe with you, so here we go:

Ingredients for 8 burgers

300 g frozen broccoli
300 g frozen cauliflower
300 g frozen carrots
300 g frozen sweetcorn
3 medium eggs
wholemeal oats
300 g grated cheddar cheese
dry parsley
salt
pepper
chilli flakes
some oil or alternative, I used Flora Cuisine
buns of your choice, I used pumpkin seed rolls

Method:

1. Boil your frozen veg for 3-4 minutes. Once cooked, drain, add eggs and puree.

2. Add whole grain oats and cheese to the pureed vegetable mix and stir until you have dough-like consistency.

3. Season your mix before forming burger shapes and frying them from both sides until golden brown.

4. Serve in a bun of your choice and salad as a side.

If you are a blogger and would like to enter this challenge just link to www.coolcookery.co.uk within your post and tweet @cool_cookery with your entry.

I was given payment to cover the costs of the ingredients.

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10 Comments

    • I was actually surprised that Amy and Ben loved them that much. Amy doesn't like anything crispy for some reason (apart from crisps – strange child) and Ben is a meat eater ;)

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  1. Oh WOW! Looks delicious and I had a sweetcorn fritter at Grange & Co after BritMums and desperately (and weirdly today) was even thinking of how I could make them, then you link up to Tasty Tuesdays! I am destined to eat these again and soon! Thank you! Look yummy! Hope you can join in next week too! x

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  2. I would have to replace the parsley but apart from that they look amazing. #PoCoLo

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