"Here is my favourite vegan burger recipe, thats not only delcious, but quick and simple as well"
Simple Vegan Burgers
Gone are the days when vegan burgers taste like carboard. With so many retailers offering vegan burger patties, often cheaper than their meat counterparts, its easier than ever to enjoy a delcious vegan burger for lunch of a summers day.
Head on over to your local supermarket, in the frozen section you will be delighted to find a range of vegan burger patties for all tastes. Whether you are looking for a ‘beef’, ‘chicken’ or ‘pulled pork’ vegan burger patty, or a bean, quinoa and vegetable option, there are tons to choose from!
I usually buy the Linda McCartney ¼ pounder burgers (although they are listed as vegetarain, they are vegan.) Just be sure to check the ingredients of whatever burger patty you buy as some do conatin milk.
Here is my very quick and simple vegan burger recipe, you can of course swap out the toppings for those of your choosing, so if you prefer to ditch the avocado, nothing stopping you!
- Servings : 2
- Time : 20-25 minutes max
- Calories : 450-750 (but dependant on the toppings)
- Your choice of vegan burger patties x 2
- Delcious vegan rolls (fresh out the oven is best)
- 1x Avocado
- 1x Tbs lemon juice
- 1 x small red onion
- 1 x medium tomato
- 1 x Tbs olive oil
- Half a teaspoon of galic
- 2x Tbs soy sauce
- Preheat your oven and cook your 2x burger patties as per the packet instructions
- Whilst cooking, slice your red onions thinly
- In a non stick frying pan, throw in the olive oil and turn up the heat
- Throw in the garlic, fry gently for 2 minutes and then add your onion
- Cook the onion to your liking (I love mine caramalised, so cook if for longer if you do too.)
- Throw in the soy sauce and continue to fry the onion until its delcious and caramalised.
- Slice your tomato thinly
- Peel and de-seed your avocado and place the avo in a round bowl.
- With the back of a fork, smash the avo and add the lemon juice as you go to help break it down. (If you don’t want mashed avo, you can always just slice it and put on your burger, in which case omit the lomon juice.)
- Cut 2 rolls and assmeble your burgers with smashed avo, onion, burger patty and top with tomato.
Please note images are a representaiton only, largely dependent on what you choose to put on your burger will determine what it looks like!
Images from Upsplash.