I thoroughly enjoyed this dish. I took the advice of Gastrocari's review and used 1 egg and doubled the sour cream. Thanks for sharing.
Much better than expected! Definitely use just 1 egg and double the sour cream. Ratios seem to be all off here for some reason.
I went ahead with the two eggs - and agree it was soupy. So I added some oatmeal and flax seeds to help bind. Everyone in our family (even the 9 year old) liked them a lot. A few years ago if you had told me I'd be eating and loving legumes I would have said you were crazy -- but with recipes like this - it's changed my diet for the better.
These are quick, easy and yummy and filling! Yes, only use ONE egg. I usually skip the sauce (although it's tasty), add cilantro to the mix, and don't worry too much about letting them fall apart in the pan. Then I have them on corn tortillas with salsa, sour cream, avocado and microgreens. I make a batch and keep it in the fridge to just cook one patty a time for lunches all week!
There is something wrong with this recipe. I made it as directed, and the mixture was not "delicate." It was like soup. So I added another half can of beans. Still too wet. Added another 1/4 cup of panko. Finally had a wet mixture that I could hold the form of a patty. The good news is the flavor is delicious.
I only used one egg. I added carrots and jalapeños to the mix. It was awesome. My whole family including my 7 and 10 year old thought they were yummy. We had left overs (I doubled the recipe) and I am planning to use them as black bean burgers. :)
Great flavors - but is there a typo in the serving size? The sauce only makes 1/4 cup total. I might agree with only needing one egg but two worked fine for me. I used Greek yogurt to make the sauce instead of sour cream. A little squeeze of lime juice would add a great pop of flavor to the sauce, too.
Thought these were very tasty and flavorful. Was skeptical that the spices were going to be enough (I thought they might need doubling) but they were fine. Other reviewers are correct -- this batter is super wet with two eggs. I did not attempt to form them into patties by hand. I just dropped what I thought was the right amount of batter into the skillet and flattened them out with a spoon. I still had some cracking and breakage when I flipped them, but that didn't make any difference to how they tasted. And they were *fast*. Really enjoyed the flavor contrast with the cilantro-ginger cream.
These were quite tasty. I served with an arugula salad. I only added one egg as two seemed like way too much. These are not going to hold together well but are yummy.
Seemed way too moist so I doubled the panko. Still seemed to moist, but I cooked them anyway and they turned out well. I also added some lime juice to the sour cream to thin it out and make it more sauce like. I will definitely make again when I need a fast meal.