Carrot, Oat and Tofu Burgers

Source: Ecological Cooking
Date tried:October 30, 2017
Yield: 4 servings
Time needed: 40 minutes

One of the best veggie burger recipes I have found. Good texture, holds together well, nice flavour. Even my grandson, who is in a stage of being very picky about food, ate one happily with no urging. I think it is overestimating to say this amount serves four. I got seven patties from this, so two each for adults who would gladly have eaten more.

I chose to serve these with pita bread and put lots of condiments on the table for people to pick and choose their favourites. There was also a bowl of baby carrots and a plate of sliced tomatoes, but, unfortunately, I did not have any lettuce or sprouts on hand. Those would have been a great addition.

Carrot, Oat & Tofu Burgers

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Homemade Tofu Burgers

Source: Diet for a Small Planet
Date tried: May 22, 2012
Yield: 8 servings
Time needed: 15-20 minutes

Made these as a contribution to a pot-luck dinner and they were much appreciated. This recipe makes 8 generous size tofu patties. For the pot-luck I made the patties much smaller.

Tofu comes in several forms from a soft, satiny texture to a solid extra-firm. This recipe doesn’t specify which to use. I used a firm tofu and found it worked well. However, a reference to keeping the “batter” in the fridge suggests a softer tofu may be intended—one that could be cooked up like pancakes.

Homemade Tofu Burgers

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