Everything but the Kitchen Sink Veggie Burgers

DeafCaroline

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Looks like a great recipe! So far, I've been making veggie burgers with black turtle beans instead of garbanzo. Will try garbanzo (chickpeas) next time.
 

whatdidyousay!

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Does anyone else use a cooking stone and how do you like it? I had thought of buying one but was not sure which is the best kind to buy.
 

LDNanna

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I do have a pizza stone. I use it for pizza, sour dough boules and set thinner pans on it to better distribute heat. Mine was from a thrift store as was my second replacement. My potter friend (not Harry!) said that he lined the bottom of his oven with brick. He is a great cook they say.
 

KristinaB

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Not sure if I will try these as it doesn't look appetizing to me.

I think I still have my pizza stone, but if I do, it's packed in the storage facility. I've done pizza, biscuits and baked flour tortillas on it.
 

whatdidyousay!

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I do have a pizza stone. I use it for pizza, sour dough boules and set thinner pans on it to better distribute heat. Mine was from a thrift store as was my second replacement. My potter friend (not Harry!) said that he lined the bottom of his oven with brick. He is a great cook they say.
My daughter uses a stone to cook her pizzas and she said it works good. I will have to look a cooking stone
 

whatdidyousay!

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Not sure if I will try these as it doesn't look appetizing to me.

I think I still have my pizza stone, but if I do, it's packed in the storage facility. I've done pizza, biscuits and baked flour tortillas on it.
I was thinking that too. I think I would leave the corn out and eat it on the cob with a little butter.
 
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AlleyCat

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As said above ^^^ for much as I love corn, that part didn't look appetizing in this pix. I would leave it off too and keep it as a side.
 

CutieActress

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As said above ^^^ for much as I love corn, that part didn't look appetizing in this pix. I would leave it off too and keep it as a side.
Sure, it probably did not look too appetizing in the pictures, but pictures can be decieving sometimes because I absolutely LOVED it! I told Pam that this was my most favorite veggie burger recipe of hers. I ate it for dinner that night when she made it and ate it again for lunch AND dinner the next day. :)

Good job, Pam! :)
 

Pam_SHCooking

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Try making a type of sauce using Fage Greek Yogurt with some fresh lemon or lime, salt, pepper, cumin and other spices. It will be a more healthier lifestyle choice if you don't add mayo to the burger. I am going to make this again and make a Tahini Sauce to go with it.

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Pam

It looks good! i tend to add mayo on it because its a burger! lol
 
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