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Vegan Black Bean and Cornmeal Burgers

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Vegan Black Bean and Cornmeal Burgers

Ingredients:
2 15-ounce cans black beans, rinsed and drained
1/2 cup whole wheat or all-purpose flour
1/4 cup yellow cornmeal
1/2 cup salsa
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 teaspoon garlic salt
Hamburger rolls or sourdough bread, baguettes, etc., toasted
condiments for topping

Directions:
Place beans in food processor; process until fairly smooth. Add flour, cornmeal, salsa, cumin, and garlic salt. Process until well combined. Spoon mixture into six balls on a large plate and refrigerate at least one hour or up to four hours before cooking.
Heat barbecue grill or ridged grill pan over medium heat. Coat grill or pan lightly with oil. Form each ball into a 4-inch patty about 1/2-inch thick. Place patties on grill or in pan and cook until browned and heated through, 4 to 5 minutes per side. Serve on toasted rolls with condiments.

4 comments

1 Jaime McLeod { 08.13.12 at 9:15 am }

Marlene – They will freeze just fine. Cooked would probably be be better. Just be sure to separate them with wax paper or similar.

2 Marlene Newell { 08.11.12 at 2:27 pm }

Do these freeze well, either uncooked or cooked. I live along, and would like to try these if they can be frozen as I can’t possibly eat 6 burgers.

3 Jaime McLeod { 08.11.12 at 8:01 am }

Fawnfun – Sorry, we don’t have a nutritionist on our staff. The Weight Watchers site allows you to plug in information from a recipe, though, and will give you the nutritional information.

4 fawnfun { 08.08.12 at 12:19 pm }

I am on Weight Watchers and I would like to try this. Need nutritional value info.
Sounds good.

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