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Black Bean Burgers

What you need: 

1 can black beans, drained
1/4 cup fried onions (fresh or packaged)
2 slices multigrain vegan bread, crumbled finely
Cracker crumbs
Salt, pepper, other seasonings (your choice)
Oil or no-stick spray (for frying)

What you do: 

In large bowl, mash beans. Mix in crumbled vegan bread, onions and spices. Mix thoroughly, and add just enough cracker crumbs to make patties capable of holding together. Form mixture into patties or balls. (These can be coated with more cracker crumbs, if desired.)
Fry patties on both sides in a lightly greased frying pan.
Serve on buns, or any way you like em!
P.S.: Works with almost any kind of bean!

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SO HOW'D IT GO?

These were really good with guacamole on them. I sautéed some garlic and mushrooms with the onions, and put a little bbq, and soy sauce in the bean mixture. Along with some garlic salt, salt, and pepper.

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Love these!  I minced red & yellow pepper, green onion, one garlic, one chile and added 1/3 cup water (since I didn't use the canned beans).  Added 1 tsp of chili powder. 1/2 tsp of salt and cumin.  Supper yummy and just in time since the meat-eating Mister was parading around with HIS animalburgers yesterday.  I showed him!

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delish!!!  best "burger" ive ever eaten in my life! :) no problems with sticking together at all, these were perfect! ;)b

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These were so scrumptious! I just made them for dinner and I loved it. I cut the recipe in half as I was the only one eating them. I also added corn, which was nice. I put them into patties and ate it like a burger. One thing, they do fall apart, I made a pretty big patty and it did not want to stay together. But totally worth it!!!

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DELICIOUS!

This has been added to my list of quick and easy, yet awesome recipes!

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these were pretty darned good although i added about 1/3 cup water because they kept falling apart on me!

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These were easy to whip up in about 1/2 an hour....I will definitely make these again!  Before I started making these I cut up some potato wedges, seasoned them with garlic and greek seasoning and baked in the oven while I started on the burgers.  I fried 1/2 an onion and 2 cloves of garlic.  I used 3 slices of rye bread and didn't use any crackers.  For spices I used pepper, thyme, cumin, and some marjoram.  Squished everything together, rolled into balls and then pressed into patties.  So good, so easy I can't wait for lunchtime tomorrow so I can have the leftovers!  thanks for the recipe!

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I made these with a few changes.  I first sauteed some diced onions with garlic and mushrooms in some earth balance.  I added them to the mixture.  I added a tsp of soy sauce as well.  I didn't have any crackers so I used one slice of bread and I used another slice of bread that I toasted earlier and let cool so it was really hard.  I crumbled that up and used it in place of the crackers.  These were wonderful really.  Even better reheated with vegan cheese on top. :)

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I made these last night. I didnt have enough bread so i added about half the recommended amount. they kinda fell apart when they came out of the oven. but they were overall good with lots of ketchup.

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Great recipe. We made it with lentils and dahl spice mix for flavoring (curry spice is good too for that combo). We made it several time, both fried and in the oven, with great success. An important thing is to make sure the bread is dry enough. You can supplement the bread crumbs with store-bought powdered crumbs to make them hold more. This recipe requires a lot of salty seasoning. We used plain salt, spike and also vegetable bouillon, and it was great !

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