My seven-year-old loves this hamburger. I count that as a successful veggie burger. I’ve made some that are kinda seedy, but good, but not quite as kid-friendly. This one will do the trick. Anything to make dinner time involve less kicking and screaming is always good.
So regardless how you like to eat it, in a bun, bun-free, salad, salad-free, with hummus, or ketchup, or even salsa, you’ve got yourself a good veggie burger choice!
The original recipe comes from Martha Stewart and her new book Meatless. I used a flax egg instead of a real egg. One of the reasons that I really like doing this (besides the obvious of animal-free), is that I can taste test them when I add salt and pepper without being nervous about raw eggs. Also, adding chopped cilantro would be awesome. It’s a flexible recipe that you could made with several different add-ins.
On a total side note. As I was reading today, I was reminded how small things make great things. I love the movie “The Power of One” and I hope I make good in the world. Maybe some of it will be here on carrot bowl. I hope it’s being made in my family. I hope you feel and know your own good. I really do think it’s significant.