As others suggested, I dried off the rinsed beans to keep the burgers from falling apart. For a more complex flavor, I halved the chili powder and cumin, and added black pepper and McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning. Veggie burgers can seem dry on a hamburger bun, even with cheese and condiments, because there's no fat content from beef to moisten the sandwich. After trying one of these patties on a hamburger bun with cheese and mayonnaise, the next night I made a kind of patty melt: I warmed the patty (which had been in the fridge) a bit in the microwave. Then I formed it to be flatter and more square. I placed it between two pieces of bread (buttered on the outsides) along with a slice of cheese, sauteed onions, and a bit of mayo. I grilled it up in a frying pan long enough to heat it through, to melt the cheese, and to brown the bread. It was very tasty, and I will be making this recipe again with my variations.
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As others suggested, I dried off the rinsed beans to keep the burgers from falling apart. For...