Bean Burgers with Spicy Guacamole

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These bean burgers will even please carnivores. The cornmeal coating gives a pleasant crunch and smoked paprika, cumin, cilantro and guacamole add Southwestern flavor.

"We made these last night and they were very tasty and they blew away the store-bought versions. The guac had plenty of flavor and the burgers stayed together when cooking. We used a large pan and only cooked three at a tie so there was...
Bean Burgers with Spicy Guacamole Recipe

26 Reviews for Bean Burgers with Spicy Guacamole


Quite delicious! I found the mixture a bit dry and added some of the bean cooking liquid to moisten it slightly....probably no more than 1/3 cup. Will definitely make again. Although I haven't done it, I'm thinking that one could probably substitute brown rice or other cooked grain for the quinoa if you don't have it on hand.


I really feel sorry for the family of the person who doesn't want to take the time to prepare these and will buy the premade store bought (salt and soy filled processed crud) stuff. Healthy meals made from whole foods take a little time and my family is worth it.


Like other people, my burgers completely fell apart. I had to eat them with a spoon. I don't mind making things that are time consuming, but it is disappointing when they don't turn out. The taste was decent.


It really didn't take long to make these once the beans were cooked. For those who had trouble with the burgers falling apart, do not drain the beans! This is the key; you need more moisture in them. The mix was way too dry as I was mixing the beans, quinoa & cornmeal together, so I added a 1/4 cup of bean liquid to the mix & it was fine. Very tasty, great texture and healthy...what's not to love? :)


Taste awesome and not bland at all...They did NOT fall apart for me either... you need to make sure you are using smoked paprika and not regular paprika.


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