The Meatless Vegan Burger


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As you know I really enjoy meat and fish, so didn’t know what to think when @meatlessfarm asked me to try their meatless meat?! I wanted to treat this as I would beef or lamb, so I made this recipe as normal for my burgers. I found that there wasn’t any need to add egg to bind the burger and thought there was no need to add breadcrumbs. Parmesan would have been a nice addition, but I was keen to keep this totally plant based. I was really pleased with the result and thought it was a fantastic ingredient for vegans and vegetarians. You should try them it’s a great alternative !!

Available @sainsburys

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Serves 2

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INGREDIENTS

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Burgers

500g pack Meatless mince

1 banana shallot - finely chopped or grated

1 clove garlic - crushed

Salt pepper

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2 brioche buns

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Herby Aioli (mix together in a bowl)

2 tablespoons shop bought mayonnaise - egg free for vegans

1 clove crushed garlic

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Toppings

Onion

Pickles

Tomatoes

Salad leaves

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METHOD

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Mix together the burger ingredients in a bowl, you may find it easier to use your hands. Form the mixture into two large burger shapes. Fry in a little oil in a medium to high heat. 4 minutes on each side should do it.

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Toast the buns. Add the burger, top with the aioli and your choice of toppings.

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