Sun-dried Tomato and Mozzarella Quinoa Veggie Burgers. Crazy delicious, veggie burgers that taste full of flavour and are filling and are very easy to make gluten free and vegan!
As you can see, these aren’t just any ‘ole burgers. They are Quinoa Veggie Burgers. Sun-dried Tomato and Mozzarella Quinoa Veggie Burgers. Crazy delicious, veggie burgers that taste full of flavour and are filling.
The Mr. gobbled them out – totally a yes getting him on quinoa’s good side. My mom also loved them. YES YES YES! These were the two people who were against me and my quinoa ways and I’ve converted them! Maybe I should explain why I think these burgers were so fantastic.
I did something crazy. Okay, not really, but instead of cooking the quinoa with water, I used broth. Friends, when you make quinoa with broth, amazing things happen.
As in, I made them instantly amazing. I had to resist eating just the bare cooked quinoa. It was so good. I saw such a huge difference in cooking them in broth over water that I will always make my quinoa this way. Since the broth was so flavourful, that provided such a delicious base for these burgers. Now, these burgers aren’t your fake frozen veggie burgers. They are firm like real burgers, but soft enough on the inside and packed with flavours of all the seasonings and the sun-dried tomatoes.
Then you get hit with the cheese. The mozzarella oozes out a bit when you break into the burger, almost as if this is a mozzarella-stuffed burger. It helps to add a delicious cheesy bite to the burgers, will being a binder at the same time. The sun dried tomatoes not only provide an insanely good flavour, but they add some beautiful specs of colour too.
Whoa. Technically speaking, this could be a pizza-esque burger with the tomatoes and cheese. And more than technically speaking, this was good. Remember when I said I was all quinoa-ed out? I was wrong.
The quinoa is back to stay for good. Oh yes. If you want an amazing quinoa burger, then these are the ones for you!
Q: How do I make these quinoa veggie burgers vegan?
A: You can sub the cheese for vegan dairy mozzarella shreds, and use flax eggs instead. You will need to add a little more flour to help keep the burgers together.
Q: My burgers are falling apart. How do I make my quinoa burgers stay together?
A: Just like any other burger, you need to take care with how you mix your ingredients and form your patties. Mix well, and form the patties tightly. If your uncooked patties are too wet, add a bit more flour, re-mix, and form them again.
Q: What do I serve with quinoa burgers?
A: I’ve been asked this several times. You could serve these with my popular kale cabbage slaw or with a vegan burger bun. I love homemade fries on the side. Also, you can make them smaller and put them on top of a salad bowl.
P.S. Here are some of the items I used to make this recipe if you’d like to use them too:
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