Quick and easy black bean burgers, spiced up with chili sauce, cumin, garlic and chili powder. A tasty alternative to the frozen kind. This Black Bean Burger is equally delicious to vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike! There are lots of meatless burgers in the world, but this one—earthy and satisfying without being stodgy—has Latino flair and is pantry-friendly to boot. You can make hearty and flavorful black bean burgers at home with a few fresh ingredients.
Below is the video instructions for making Black Bean Burgers at home.
- 1 cup Dry Black Beans
- 3 cups water
- ¼ cup Corn Frozen, thawed
- ½ cup Almond meal or quick cooking oat
- 3 tbsp Flax Meal
- 5-6 Cloves of Garlic peeled
- ½ tbsp Red Chili Paste/Sauce
- 1 tbsp Oil to shallow fry Burgers
- Salt to taste
- Vegetables like carrot red bell pepper can be added
- 4 Bread Buns or 8 mini Pita Bread
- ½ cup Garden Vegetable Salsa
- Few slices of avocado
Wash the black beans and add into the cosori inner pot.
Add water, salt and close the lid with vent sealed.
Set the Cosori to Beans function or manually for 35 minutes.
When done, allow the pressure to release and open carefully.
Drain black beans and keep aside to let it cool.
When the black beans has cooled, into the food processor, throw the remaining ingredients like corn, almond meal, flax meal, chili paste, and garlic except oil(Keep oil on the side to use for frying the burgers) and blend to a coarse mixture.
Now, heat up the pan on low to medium heat and add oil.
Shallow fry the burgers lightly on each side for about 3-5 minutes.
When done, serve on buns or pita topped with salsa and avocado.