Black Bean Burger Recipe

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  1. Marie says:

    I just made these, and though they are delicious, they require too many steps to cook, and they fell apart like broken cookies when I tried to flip them for the baking portion.

  2. Cheri says:

    I made these also. Wonderful smell and flavor but to wet and had a hard time making into patties….good recipient but needs something so they stay together better and need to be drier

  3. Sue says:

    I’m interests in the nutritional values for your recipes.
    May I have the info for the Crispy Orange Chicken. I need calories, sugars, carbs, fat, saturated fat, fiber, and protein.

  4. Amy says:

    What could I replace almond flour with? I have a tree pollen allergy, so anything besides peanuts and coconut are out of the question for me.

  5. Phawk says:

    If you’re not opposed, 1-2 well beaten eggs can help bind the bean burgers

  6. Rebecca says:

    I need a binder and a substitute for black beans. My Dh is allergic, and other beans while not as ER inducing have less than pleasant side effects. Soaked and soaked and soaked, nothing helps!

  7. Audrey Gorr says:

    Too many ingredients to be convenient. And expensive. All those different flours are expensive. An occasional burger wouldn’t hurt unless of course you are a vegetarian . I guess I would just eat salads.

  8. Katie says:

    This is just the recipe I was waiting for!!! I had some cooked black beans in the fridge, and this recipe came to my inbox at just the right time. I also am a fan of Smashburger’s Black Blean burgers. However, I think there are some less than desirable ingredients in those. These smell amazing. Can’t wait until they are out of the oven so I can eat one. Many thanks for this recipe and ALL the wonderful information on this your website. What a blessing! Thank yor, Dr. Axe!!


  9. Carol Armstrong says:

    Yes just add chia seeds or psyllium husks to soak up excess moisture and bind together

  10. Caterina Z says:

    I put 2 eggs and fell apart anyway

  11. Jo Sanders says:

    I do not own a food processor so before I attempt this seemingly perfect alternative, please advise if a blender might do the trick with blending… I must also confess that I am NOT a food aficianado and appreciate all the tips and ideas you all post! Thanks in advance for your help!

  12. Adriana Contreras says:

    Do you cook the onions and carrots before put them on the food processor? As some of the comments I found it a bit time consuming to ma it. I think that you don’t need to dice everything if you are going to purée it in a food processor.

  13. Michele says:

    Could these be prepared and frozen either before or after cooking? That might make them less time-consuming in the long run.

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