Bean Burger

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Diwali preparations in zing… We did want to grab something Hatke & jhatpat.
Thats when I remembered I have a few cooked kindney beans leftover from after using the majority of them for Dal Makhani….Had planned to make Rajma masala first – quicker version , then ditched this idea.. and came up with the idea of bean burger.
Looking at my experimenting in the kitchen ,My H has also become particular in opting for healthier version and oil-less version wherever possible. So I tried Shallow fry & Baked Version for making the Bean Pattice. Flavour n Taste no less than the burger from the Burger king.

WHAT GOES IN THE MAKING :

Cooked Kidney Beans / Rajma: 1 -1.5 cups
Chopped Onions: 1 nos small size
Grated Carrot: 1/2 cup
Green Peas: Handful
Ginger Garlic Paste: 1.5 tsp ( optional)
Green Chillies: 1 nos chopped finely
Salt: To taste
Dried Parsely: 1 tsp
Bread: 2 slice for making bread crumb
Corn Flour: 1-1.5 tsp
Water: 3-5 tsp

DIRECTIONS :

Preparation :

  •  Tear the bread into few big chunks and add it to a blender. Blender goess Grrrrrrrr at speed 1 for few seconds & bread crumbs ready.
  • Add the cooked kidney beans into the blender/ food processor and blend them until they roughly get mashed..
  • Mix Corn flour and Water and make a mixture.
  • Defrost the frozen Peas and add in warm water for few minutes.Take them out , mash them & keep it aside.

Method:

  • Heat 1 tsp of Oil in Pan , Add Ginger Garlic Paste , green chillies & saute it for 1-1.5 minutes.
  • Add chopped onions & pinch of salt and saute for 2 more minutes.
  • Add Grated Carrots , mashed peas & kidney beans . Saute them for 2 more minutes in low flame.
  • Sprinkle Parsley , ground pepper & required salt to the above mixtue , saute them for few more seconds and turn of the flame.
  • Make small pattice out of the mixture , apply corn flour paste all around , dip it in the bread crumbs mix and keep them aside. Repeat the process for the rest of the mixture.

 

Frying or Baking ???

Well I tried both the versions one after the other… Baked Version gave us a good satisfaction for Oil-Less food.

Method 1 : Shallow fry the pattice in few drops of oil , turning both sides until they turn slightly brown in color & the outer covering gets crispy. Pat dry in a kitchen towel to drain out all the excessive oil.

Method 2 : Pre heat the oven to 220 C . Bake the pattice placing them on a non stick tin ,for roughy 10 – 12 minutes or until they slighly turn. Make sure to turn the pattice in the middle of the process.

HOW DO WE SERVE THIS ??

For this we require

Dinner Rolls : 2
Little Gem Lettuce
Tomato Slices
Cheese Slices ( Optional )
Mayonnaise ( Optional)

 

 

Cut open the Dinner Rolls into 2 , place the Cheese Slice .Over it Place lettuce , then  the tomato slices , Add a Dab of Mayonnaise ,finally place the Bean Pattice ,Close the burger with the other half of the dinner roll & gently press it.
Bean Burger is ready to be served wit Tomato Ketchup & lovely Orange juice.

Sending this to
WVF Light Meal Event  hosted by Suchitra of Simple Indian Food
JFI Rajma  hosted by Divya of Dil Se brainchild of Indira’s Mahanadi

 

Cheers

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Comments (35)

  • UMMM Yummy Burgers Sandhya! The baked version looks great to me. A healthy one!

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  • Rajma is my fav..Bean burger looks healthy and yummy….

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  • Dear Sandhya
    this is great! I am not into burger, but will try this if my Vege friends drop by with prior notice. Thanks

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  • Nice idea of keeping besan patties in burger,should be great!

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  • Wow thats healthy burger looks sooooooooooooo yumm

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  • yummy n healthy one dear…love burgers with any kind of patty..

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  • Nice way to use up left over beans. The patties look good, both methods.And your arranging the burger is simply too good.Exceelent for both events!

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  • Yummy burger Sandhya!! Loved the idea of baking the pattice so that we dont have to be guilty!! 🙂

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  • Am inviting myself to ur place Sandhya, such a healthy and prefect bean burger dear…yumm!!

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  • Healthy and quick one..thanks for participating

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  • Priya .. you are anytime welcum..Will catch up for a quick meal sometime!!

    Exactly Rohini… I was feeling a bit guilty.., when my H told me.. how abt baking it ???

    Thanks Latha , Pavithra , Prathiba

    Thankoo Tina n Rajee

    @ Raks :: Its not a Besan Pattice.. Its Kidney bean Pattice

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  • Looks absolutely delicious, Sandhya!

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  • Healthy and yummy burger!!!nice presentation… great idea of bean patties!!

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  • Nice and healthy burger looks so tempting and yaa a perfect quick and full meal also

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  • Nice recipe sandhya,great idea to use rajma this way,looks very delicious and kids would surely love this one too and its so healthy as well…lovely click and thanks a lot for joining in and leaving a wonderful comment…hope u had a wonderful diwali with ur loved ones…

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  • Lovely burger and healthy too…

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  • Looks very nice & healthy too.. will try this 4 sure 😉

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  • Very healthy and innovative way to turn left overs into a brand new dish 🙂

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  • Such delicious burger, so wonderful that it is healthy too! Thanks for visiting me last week, and looking forward to keeping in touch!

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  • Hi sandhya,
    how was diwali in UK? Wat sweets did u make..
    Bean burger has come ou twell…patty is really tempting:)

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  • burgers are my best bet anytime..gud one

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  • Looks healthy Sandy, we too made something similar few days back..had come out nice..

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  • Healthy & Yummy burger.

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  • Hey Sandhya,

    thanks for sharing your love by leaving a comment on my blog… That introduces me to an awesome blog with such a gr8 collection, of yours.

    You must have had a gr8 diwali blast…

    Do keep in touch….

    Love,
    Ash…….
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  • Now this post has reminded me that i didnt eat bean burger from burger king since long.

    Yummy burger

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  • Hi Sandhya…thanks for stopping by at my blog..and you've have such a wonderful space… seeing these burgers I think, I can venture into eating burgers..very healthy !!and btw i did add the followers widget on the page

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  • Thankyou Sandhya for visiting my blog and giving a sweet comment.hope to see u often and we can always visit each other.

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  • Very nice recipe. Bookmarking this. Sure it will taste great.

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  • Wow yummy burgers.MY daughter is asking to make burgers for her ,for a quite long time.Will soon make this.Adding rajma sounds healthy and interesting.

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  • Thank you Gals… Comments just keeps us driving..:)
    Do try them n let me know how it goes 🙂

    @ Kitchen Queen … I have been visitng. your blog.. but unfortunately.. everytime , the word below wud create a fuss.

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  • Even i have the same problem in kitchen queen's blog sandhya.

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  • Yummy sandhya,Healthy one.Everybody likes a lot

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  • very healthy…Will give it a try for sure…How did Diwali go?

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  • Burger looks lovely and yummy.

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  • Always wanted to make a bean burger. Thanks for the recipe 🙂

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