Very good! Today I bring you another of those recipes to disprove that vegan food is expensive. This recipe is one of the cheapest on the blog, because its main ingredientsare vegetables and legumes, the most cheap from the supermarket. 

I always highly recommend making veggie burgers at home for three reasons: they are much healthier, they are made to our liking and, above all, they are incredibly cheaper. So you buy two burgers at the supermarket vegetables, at home you make a dozen.


200 grams of cooked chickpeas
1/4 onion
1 garlic
4 mushrooms
2 tablespoons of Chickpea flour (can be substituted with wheat flour, spelled…)
Extra flour or breadcrumbs for coating
A pinch of parsley
Sweet paprika
Black pepper< br> Salt
Olive oil

Step by step

  1. Chop the onion, garlic and mushrooms.
  2. Put the vegetables in the pan together with a dash of olive oil and sauté.
    Mince the onion, garlic and mushrooms.

    We chop the onion, garlic and mushrooms.< /p>

  3. Finely chop the parsley and add it to the pan. Mix and keep over medium heat until browned.
  4. Turn off the heat and reserve.
  5. Put the chickpeas in a bowl and add the spices to taste: abundant sweet paprika, a pinch of pepper , salt and oregano.
    Add the parsley to the sauté and spice the chickpeas.

    Add the parsley to the sauté and spice the chickpeas.< /p>

  6. Crush the chickpeas with the blender until you get a creamy and homogeneous mass. Taste and, if necessary, add more salt and pepper.
  7. Then add the sautéed meat and mix.
  8. To make the hamburgers more dense and easier to handle, add two tablespoons of flour . I recommend that it be chickpea flour, but it can be of another type. If these are your first homemade vegetable burgers, I recommend that you add an extra tablespoon, because that way it will be easier for you to handle and shape it later.
  9. We prepare a plate with breadcrumbs or flour, to coat.
  10. We take a piece of dough and shape it into a hamburger.  We place it on top of the breadcrumbs and coat it on all sides, pressing lightly and shaping carefully.
  11. Repeat the process until the dough is finished (about 2 or 3 medium hamburgers will come out).
    We add the flour to the chickpeas, to thicken the veggie burger batter.

    Add the flour to the chickpeas to thicken the dough of veggie burgers.

  12. If you don’t have much practice making burgers, I recommend that once you have the burgers done, put them in the freezer for about 10 or 15 minutes so that they the hamburger gains texture and is easier to sauté.
  13. Heat a long stream of oil in the pan, to grease the entire base and sauté the hamburger on both sides until golden brown.
  14. Finally We remove it and serve.
    We shape it into a hamburger and put it in the freezer for 10 to 15 minutes.

    We shape it into a hamburger and put it in the freezer for 10 or 15 minutes.



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