This recipe is a great for inspiration, but needs a little coaxing to make them come out great. I used the full amount of bread crumbs (I used panko) because that's what I had in hand. I also added a little oats for an extra binder like some of the reviews said. I only used one egg becuae the extra oats helped hold them together perfectly. When I processed the onions, bellpepper, and garlic I added a few sliced jalapeños for an extra kick. It came out just a tad of the spicy side because I also used tobasco sauce. Next time I make them I will use a different hot sauce, most likely siracha, and add fewer jalapeños. Make sure to dry the beans on a paper towel until all of the moisture is gone, and they are completely dry. When I was finished processing the veg I put them in a fine mesh strainer and shook them until a lot of the liquid was out. Put a paper towel below and you will see how much liquid comes out! It takes a little longer, but is well worth the wait. I also added a pitch of garlic powder, parsley, and salt and pepper to taste! The cumin flavor is a little strong so maybe 3/4 of a tablespoon will work better next time. These are definitely better than store bought frozen veggie burgers, and are very inexpensive! I will make these again and make a bigger batch to freeze for a quick, healthy, and easy meal! Thanks for the recipe!
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This recipe is a great for inspiration, but needs a little coaxing to make them come out...