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Jamie and Clayton Make Amazing Veggie Burgers

What you need: 

1 can black beans, well rinsed
1 can chopped spinach, also well rinsed
1 bag that 10 minute brown rice
1/3 cup finely chopped onion
about 1/4-1/2 of 1 jalapeño
course ground black pepper
Italian seasoning
a pizza seasoning that has garlic, red pepper, onion and red bell pepper
chili powder
a few dashes of soy sauce

What you do: 

Pre-heat your oven to 325 F.
Okay. First cook your rice.
While it is cooking, drain your means and mash them up in a bowl, add onions, jalapeños, and spinach and mix up.
When the rice is done mix that in well too. now add your spices. we used a lot. prolly 2 tablespoons of the garlic, Italian seasoning, basil and parsley, and a bit less of everything else.
The chili powder and paprika are completely essential....the burgers have a nice spice/kick to them.
So now you have this well gloppy mess sitting a bowl :]
Spray some non cook spray on a cookie sheet and mold your mixture into burgers. We got could prolly roll them in cornmeal or flour or such if you were so inclined (we weren’t' :] )
We cooked the burgers for about an hour, flipping them once....but we wanted them more crispy. Sart checking around 45 minutes.
After they are cooked, place on bread and pile high with your fav. toppings :]
About 1/2 hour prep plus cooking I’d say.

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I made these this weekend and loved them.  I didn't measure anything, just eyeballed it and kept adding this or that until the consistancy and taste seemed right.  I used pinto and kidney beans that I cooked myself rather than using canned, and I used white rice because I just don't like the taste of brown rice.  I used vegan worcestershire as well as soy sauce.  I think carrots and chopped celery would be really good in these.  Loved the spinach - different from other veg burger recipes I've seen.  This is really versatile and easy to make - you could modify it any way you want and it would be successful.

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