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Curried Cashew Burgers

Summer 2002, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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If you're looking for a veggie burger with a great "meaty" feel, these are the ones to try. The secret is toasted cashews, which give them amazing flavor as well as texture. The red lentils cook surprisingly fast, keeping the active time brief.



READER'S COMMENT:
"We have no need to buy any more of those store bought vegetarian burgers after trying these! Absolutely fabulous! Next time we make them we're going to add black beans. Other than that - no changes. "
Curried Cashew Burgers Recipe

15 Reviews for Curried Cashew Burgers

05/11/2011
Curried cashew burgers

I loved the sweet tenderness imparted by the carrots. These burgers are very delicious, especially with the raita, but not a quick weeknight dinner.

Very delicious, but
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10/17/2010
Anonymous

We have no need to buy any more of those store bought vegetarian burgers after trying these! Absolutely fabulous! Next time we make them we're going to add black beans. Other than that - no changes.

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09/29/2010
Anonymous

If I could get these to cook all the way through they'd definitely be five stars. I'm thinking of flattening them quite thin, using the oil on one side, then using non stick cooking spray. The flavor is excellent once you bump up the curry and garlic--I made them as is and a friend who doesn't care too much for curry liked them. Will definitely make again, adding more curry and garlic.

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12/31/2009

The burgers were really yummy, but too mushy. I have split red lentils so I think they soaked up too much water. I will try using green lentils instead next time, and if it doesn't turn too watery, save some of those crumbs to roll the burgers in for an extra crunch.

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12/13/2009

Possibly the best veggie burgers I've ever made. The mint raita and cucumbers really add to the flavor.

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