vege burger recipe

These pics and text i stole from here.She mentions “Pan fried haloumi cheese slices” – Never heard of ’em but they look great.. Gonna try find some here (Australia)

While I’m on the topic, whatever happened to the “STARDUST CAFE” on Brighton Road Elwood? I still hold his Vege burgers as the best in the business, even though he has disappeared off the radar. If he’s out there please Email me so i can leard how he made the patties.. They were breadcrummed perfectly like a rissole so they didnt fall apart when you bit into them.. God i miss those burgers….

1/2 cup dry lentils +1 tsp salt

Cook lentils in 1 cup water in a small pot over small flames. Stir occasionally for 30-40 minutes until lentils turn ‘pulpy’. Drain liquid wit a strainer. Set aside

3/4 cups breadcrumbs
1 large egg
1 tbsp chili flakes
2 tbsp lea+
perrins sauce
1 small carrot grated
3 cloves garlic chopped
1 small onion sliced into thin rings
salt and pepper to taste

Saute onions, carrot and garlic in a tiny swirl of olive oil till fragrant and cooked through. Add lentils and all other ingredients into a large bowl and mix well. Form mixture into 3 large balls with your palm. Flatten them slightly and pan fry on a non stick pan till brown and crisp on both sides.

Here are some tasty ideas to go with your vege burger patty;

  • Grilled eggplant slices (lightly salted with some seasalt)
  • Pan fried haloumi cheese slices (THIS IS A MUST!!! it’s just SOOo good in burgers)
  • The usual greens + sliced tomatoes + etc
  • Use GOOD bread. My fav’s are sourdough and turkish breads.
  • Grilled capsicum slices
  • mini omelettes or bulls eyes?
  • mayo; mustard


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