This Vegan Veggie Burger Without The Bun is a delicious lunchtime treat that only needed a handful of ingredients. The texture of the veggie burger was delicious, and it included succulent sautéed onions, black beans, oats, and quinoa. It’s quick and easy to make and it’s budget friendly. I served it with romaine lettuce, tomatoes, and baked fries, then topped it off with hummus.
Vegan Veggie Burger without the Bun
1 15oz Can of black beans low sodium, rinsed and drained
1/2 Cup of oats
3/4 Cup of cooked quinoa
1 Garlic clove, minced
Pinch of Himalayan salt and pepper
1 White onion, chopped (add to mixture)
1 Pint of tomatoes, halved
2 Russet potatoes, sliced as fries
1 Container of plain hummus
-Make the quinoa according to directions on packaging.
-Add the oats in the food processor and pulse until textured flour is formed, add to a large bowl for mixing.
-Rinse and drain the black beans, pulse in the food processor until they are broken and mashed. Add to the bowl.
-Roughly chop and measure onion, add to the food processor with garlic and pulse until it’s tiny minced looking, add to skillet for 5 minutes to caramelize and then add to the bowl with other ingredients.
-Then add the cooked quinoa to the bowl.
-Mix with a spoon to combine ingredients really well and form a large burger patty.
-Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil, heat it to medium heat and place the burgers in a cast skillet. Let them them cook until golden brown and crispy for about 5-10 minutes and carefully flip and cook the other side. On a serving plate add lettuce, sliced tomatoes, potato fries, veggie burger and top it off with a delicious hummus. You can also add your favorite topping too. Enjoy!