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Bean Burgers Recipe. Healthy and Delicious!


Today I present these bean burgers for a change or for those who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet and want to replace meat. An excellent option to incorporate legumes into our daily meals.

Legumes play an important role in any diet. They are an exceptional source of nutrients reduced in fat. With a high concentration of fibers, proteins and vitamins, they are one of the most complete ingredients from a nutritional point of view.

It is important to increase consumption and there are a wide variety of recipes to make. From salads, breads or elaborate meals. They are used in a large number of recipes as a replacement for white and red meat.

Let’s talk a little about the preparation:

These bean burgers can be made with any type of beans you have. This time I had black beans but any type of them works just the same. It is important that you leave the beans in water for a few hours before cooking. If you don’t want to wait, you can opt for those that come in a can.

The consistency of this type of legume burger is not as firm as the meat one. That is why I suggest cooking well on one side and then turning to cook the other without moving much to prevent them from falling apart.

The ingredients are very few and easily accessible at any market. The tomato to be used can be fresh or dehydrated. If it is dehydrated, it is advisable to hydrate a little before using with a little water. If it is fresh tomato, try to remove the excess juice because the more humid the preparation is, more breadcrumbs you will have to use.

I made this preparation using my food processor because it was easier for me. I put all the ingredients except the tomato which I cut first and I removed as much of the liquid as possible. Then I added it and processed all the ingredients together for a few more minutes.

To shape it into a hamburger you can do it with your hands or if you have an accessory to do it it will be more practical and easier (I use a plastic one of those that you can get in any market)

The bread I used in this recipe was whole wheat hamburger buns that you can also make at home if you are in a great mood to cook. If you do not want to eat bread, you can eat it on the plate with a rich green leafy salad or some puree is also a good idea.

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Bean Burgers Recipe

Bean Burgers Recipe

Serves: 12 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Rating 5.0/5
( 1 voted )


  • Cooked beans 600 g / 21.16 oz
  • Large onion 1
  • Tomato 1
  • Garlic and parsley
  • Gluten free breadcrumb / breadcrumb 3 or 4 tbsp


  1. Place the beans in water for a few hours. Then wash the beans and boil them in plenty of boiling salted water until soft. Drain and let cool.
  2. Make a puree with the beans. Use a food processor, mixer or whatever you have in your kitchen.
  3. Add the onion, tomato without excess liquid, garlic and parsley. Season to taste. Stir until all the ingredients are well integrated.
  4. Add the gluten-free breadcrumbs or breadcrumbs. Mix.
  5. Shape it into a burger patty. Use freezer separator sheets to prevent them from sticking.
  6. In a pan with a few drops of oil or vegetable spray, cook over low heat first one side and then the other.
  7. Serve with burger bun if desired.


  • Gluten Free: use gluten free breadcrumbs
  • You can use fresh or dehydrated tomato
  • Store in the refrigerator for 3 days most
  • Freeze for 3 months
  • Use plastic nostik freezer separator sheets
  • A total of 12 hamburgers are made with this recipe approximately
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