- 1 ea. Avocado From Mexico, pitted & peeled
- 1/2 c. cucumber, diced
- 1 t. green onion, finely chopped
- 1 T. lemon juice
- 1/4 t. salt
- 4 ea. 8-ounce vegetable burger patties, cooked
- 4 ea. lettuce leaves
- 8 ea. slices of tomato
- 1/2 c. cucumbers, sliced
- In a medium bowl, mash avocado. Stir in cucumbers, green onions, lemon juice, and salt until well combined.
- To assemble, place a vegetable burger on each lettuce leaf. Top with tomatoes, cucumbers, and avocado mixture.
Looking for a creative vegetarian option for Meatless Monday? Topping veggie burgers with creamy avocado, crunchy cucumber and fresh lettuce and tomato is the way to go! In less than 30 minutes, your family will be ready to enjoy a fresh, vegetarian dinner! Veggies burgers also pair well with several of our favorite avocado-based recipes.
Here’s what to eat with veggie burgers:
What are veggie burgers made of?
Veggie burgers are typically made from veggies, beans like soybeans or black beans, nuts, grains, or seeds. Some veggie burgers are even made from fungi like mushrooms.
How do you grill veggie burgers?
Veggie burgers are most commonly made of veggies, beans like soybeans or black beans, nuts, grains, or seeds. Some veggie burgers are made from fungi like mushrooms.
What do veggie burgers taste like?
When you bite into a veggie burger, you may be expecting to taste vegetables. However, not all veggie burgers are made from typical vegetables you’d find around your kitchen. For example, oftentimes, veggie burgers are bean-based, so the taste of your veggie burger will significantly depend on the main ingredients and seasonings.
How do you make veggie burgers stick together?
To keep your veggie burgers together when grilling, try using some breadcrumbs, oats, wheat germ, or eggs. Adding one of these ingredients can help your veggie burgers bind together much better than just using a base ingredient.
How do you freeze veggie burgers?
We recommend freezing your raw veggie burgers on a plate or baking sheet. Make sure they’re not touch each other, and keep them in the freezer for about 45 mins. Once they’re frozen solid, you can easily place them in plastic baggies.
Did you know the avocado is a fruit, not a vegetable? Learn more about the amazing avocado, including its rich history, cultural impact and tasty ways to eat this delicious superfood in guacamole as well as other dishes!