This recipe can't be right -- i made as directed and the mixture was so wet that i couldn't form a patty of any sort. After two attempts at frying them in olive oil adding more flour after the first i threw the batter away. Now i am wondering what to make for dinner... D London
Fine recipe; my wife especially liked the sauce. I made the patties and refrigerated them overnight; they never appeared to be falling apart so the cooling/resting time probably helped. I am far from being a vegetarian but was quite satisfied with these.
New favorite of my 3 young boys! I used onion instead of chives for more flavor. Wrapped in a tortilla with cucumbers tomato and more onions for a less carby meal. Best part is my three little guys who like NOTHING LOVED this meal. High fives all around. Pros: my kids loved Cons: none
Delicious but! I've made this recipe twice now. The first time I used canned beans and then fell apart completely in the pan. So the second time I used dried beans and they've held together beautifully. I also added garlic to the tahini sauce and a little cumin as well. Delicious recipe but definitely use the dried chick peas!
These burgers are great but could use a little more seasoning if eaten without the sauce. If you make the patties on waxed paper which you then turn over and release burgers into the pan they stay together. No need for a lot of oil. I use minimal safflower brushed onto the pan.
I l-o-v-e this recipe. It is cheap easy and tastes great - perfect for college cooking! I followed the recipe exactly except for one thing: I added a sprinkle of paprika to the tahini sauce. It gave the sauce the kick I think it needed. Anonymous Allentown PA