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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.



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"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

09/15/2009
Anonymous

I also found them to be crumbly and somewhat bland. I used black beans in then from the get go. I might try them again but using my own bits of this and something else of that.........
I think they are workable but not as the receipe that was given here.

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09/13/2009
Anonymous

The funny thing is that myself and another person posted comments about how these burgers absolutely fell apart, but those comments magically disappeared! The burgers have a good taste, but are a little dry and they literally crumble. The first time I cooked one I did it as in the instructions and was scooping out pieces out of the oil. Second time I tried cooking them in an oven and still fell apart. I have no idea how this recipe worked for that one person.

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09/10/2009
Anonymous

I've been searching for a bean burger that doesn't fall apart when cooking or mush out the side of my bread. I've finally found it! I used a mixture of pinto and red kidney beans because that's what I had and they were great. I think next time I'll try it with black beans for a little something different. I also added pepper jack cheese and the little amount of effort was well worth the quality and taste of a homemade bean burger. In addition to the amazing cost advantage over pre-made sodium burgers found in the store.

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09/09/2009
Anonymous

I used canned pinto beans and added jack cheese. I cooked the quiona in advance, so it really took no time at all to prepare and was really tasty.

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09/07/2009
Anonymous

50 minutes to make burgers!? Lots of luck to those of you who have the time, the many ingredients, and the patience to wade through the instructions...I'd love to have the final product, but realistically, I'll buy the veggie burgers frozen, flop 'em in the pan, add some traditional condiments, and be done with dinner and cleanup before you sit down to eat...

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