Veggie burger (leftovers recycling recipe)

Veggie Burger

Hello everyone, it has been a long time since I last posted on my blog and I am very sorry about that but I have been extremely busy with my everyday life and wasn’t in the right mood for blogging. I think there is no point of doing something if you are no 100% into it. Now I am back at posting new interesting recipes I have been cooking and enjoying lately. In fact this is one of them, my favourite left-over recipe of all, veggie burgers. Quite often, I have  boiled veggie left in the fridge and to tell you the truth the next day they are not very appealing. So what I do is mix them with other ingredients I have in the kitchen and use the mixture to make the burgers. The results are amazing, considering that they are quick, easy and quite cheap to make. It doesn’t get better than that, right? 🙂

Veggie Burger Ingredients

All you need  to make 4-5  veggie burgers is:

2 big boiled potatoes

1 egg

100-200 gr of boiled vegetables (peas,long beans,carrots,onions-whatever vegetables you have)

Parmesan cheese 20 gr

Breadcrumbs ( normal or gluten-free)

Black pepper

Fresh dill (or fresh parsley)

Salt

Olive oil or Rapeseed oil

The preparation:

Preheat the oven at 190°-200° C.

After you  boil  the potatoes mix with the vegetables together then add the egg,dill, spices, the grated Parmesan cheese and the olive oil. Now according to the moisture of the mixture, add the breadcrumbs to dry it a little bit or  until you can make veggie burger shapes.

Veggie Burger mixture

Now place them into a tray with baking paper with a drizzle of  olive oil underneath and on the top to avoid the burgers from sticking and cook for about 20-25minutes or until golden brown.

Raw Veggie Burger

Oven baked Veggie Burger

These veggie burgers make a delicious, recycling recipe to make when you come home from work and don’t have have time and energy to seriously get cooking but still want something good to eat. You can accompany them with a yogurt garlic, dill sauce or a salad. I am sure this is a great way to make children eat vegetables as well. I really hope you will like this recipe and if you have any suggestions please let me know. 🙂

Best wishes,

Alice

Best Veggie Burger

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10 comments

  1. A great idea for a great fritter.

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    1. Thank you youthfoodblog. I am happy you like it.
      Best wishes,
      Alice

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  2. What a great recycling recipe. As you say, leftover veg needs a bit of reincarnation! On a different tack, you were my very first follower so it’s good to see you back 🙂

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    1. Lol, thank you for the very nice words, I really do appreciate.
      Best wishes,
      Alice

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  3. Very useful! Thanks 🙂

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    1. Awww you are most welcome 🙂

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  4. Yum! Sounds amazing!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you so much Jessica, I am happy you like it.
      Best wishes,
      Alice

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  5. I know what you mean about disappearing from the blog sphere. I’m in that same mode. Good to see your post again. The burgers look delicious. 💕

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    1. Thank you so much for the nice words, I really missed you guys. 😊

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