these were really delicious, and very easy to make. WAY better than store bought, frozen veggie burgers! i wasn't organized enough to make the mix the day before, but after 2 hours in the fridge it was plenty firm, ready to form patties.
dharcooks Posted: 01/15/09
Veralovegood Posted: 06/04/12
Delicious. I'd call this a samosa burger what with the Indian flavors of the Garam Masala. I did refrigerate my mix overnight and the patties formed up pretty well. Although they were a little drier than I wanted. I would recommend a creative condiment like a raita spread or a spicy tamarind spread/sauce. I don't think ketchup or mustard really go with these burgers. I put avocado and goat cheese on mine, which was good, though I considered Swiss cheese and might try that next time. I made sweet potato fries to go with, http://www.instructables.com/id/Perfect-Oven-Sweet-Potato-Fries/?ALLSTEPS , and thought this was a perfect accompaniment. I like that this recipe makes 8 burgers because now I have some frozen patties for a quick easy dinner later on. I will try to post how they come out of the freezer.
TDKKfarm Posted: 08/26/13
I love the flavor of these burgers, just enough spiciness for me and not too much for DH. I have frozen them (cooked), and they do reheat well. I made some tonight with a 1/2 c scoop, and we ended up cutting a patty in half to fit it in the pita; even cutting it down from the suggested 2/3 cup size, they were too much food. I made the rest with the 1/3 c, and those seem like a better size for us. I served them with homemade sweet potato fries and a big salad.