Sweet corn and bean burgers with horseradish

Corn burgersSweet corn give these burgers sweetness, together with the horseradish you get an exciting combination.
Serve the burgers with a dollop of horseradish cream on the side. The burgers can be saved in the fridge for a few days or deep frozen for another day.
Makes 4 big burgers.
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Feta cheese burgers with pesto and spinach

Feta cheese veggie burgers with pestoThese burgers are juicy and have a mild and soft flavour of feta cheese and pesto.
The burgers will keep in the fridge for a few days or can be frozen.
Cooking time: 30 minutes, with pre-cooked beans.
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Green lentil burgers with ajvar – tasty and filling

Green lentils with ajvarThese burgers are quite compact and very filling. Ajvar gives them a lovely paprika flavour. Serve them with a fresh green salad with some bite in it, like coleslaw salad.
The burgers can be deep frozen and reheated in the microwave.
6 portions, or 12 burgers. Cooking time: 60 minutes, or quicker with precooked lentils.
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Cilantro and cumin spiced carrot patties

Carrot pattiesThese cilantro spiced golden patties are fresh and light and perfect as party food.
Serve with hummus and an Orange salad with cilantro, almonds and mustard dressing.
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Maria’s cottage cheese burgers with kidney beans, leek and parsley

Marias cottage cheese burgersThe best recipes are borrowed. I spotted a friend eating these burgers in her lunchbox and had to get the recipe. They are one of my favourites with a lot of flavourful nuances: leek, parsley, nutmeg and mustard.
Don’t kill these tasty burgers with ketchup! Instead, serve them with a fresh salad on the side. You can also deep freeze them for future needs.
Cooking time: 40 minutes, 20 minutes mixing, 5 minutes waiting and 15 minutes frying.
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Simple black bean burgers

Simple black bean burgersThese burgers are very simple to make, no complicated ingredients and no complicated cooking process. As a bonus, most kids seem to like them too!
Once they are baked, these burgers are perfect to deep freeze. Defrost them for a quick dinner or a simple lunch box.
Cooking time: 50 minutes, including a 25 minutes tea break while the burgers are in the oven.
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Mixed bean burger in the oven

Mixed bean burger baking in the ovenVeggie burgers baked in the oven saves time. It also saves on using extra oil for frying and they come out nice and crispy.
Any leftovers? Put them in your lunch box for the next day or serve them with roasted vegetables for dinner tomorrow. They can also be frozen and used at a later date.
8 burgers. Cooking time: 50 minutes, including 20 minutes relaxation whilst the burgers are in the oven.
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