These Sun-dried Tomato and Mozzarella Vegan Quinoa Veggie Burgers are an absolute hit!! Rave reviews, very delicious and are full of flavour and filling!
Does this name look familiar?! If it does then you’ve probably made my non vegan quinoa veggie burgers before! It was a top recipe on JITK for many years, and I felt like it was finally time to do a vegan version of them!
I still remember the first time I made (the non vegan) version of these burgers. I was living at home with my parents, and I was in a quinoa phase. Eh, not so sure the phase was a good thing (I mean I had quinoa at EVERY meal), but the burgers definitely were the best part of the phase. That night I tried to make a veggie burger from the quinoa and used an egg to bind it. My family was also obsessed with sun dried tomatoes so naturally those went in and a figured to add cheese too.
I gave Gav one and my mom one and we were all shocked at how well it turned out! I made some more, photographed it and put it on the blog. To be honest, I never expected it to do so well – it got great feedback comments from the very day it went up and still continues to receive love. Now that we’re all vegan in this household – we need a vegan version!
This Vegan Quinoa Veggie Burger is kind of an ode to a healthier version of like a pizza burger! The sun dried tomatoes add a divine punch of flavour, and the mozzarella is insane. I actually made one from this blog post, but you could buy it! My top choices for vegan mozzarella are Miyokos, Follow Your Heart and Daiya’s.
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 even my homemade ranch dressing. I love homemade fries on the side or even some maple Brussel sprouts, or some spinach. Also, you can make them smaller and put them on top of a salad bowl.
I hope you eat up and enjoy friends!
HOW TO STORE You can store these burgers in an air tight tupperware container in the fridge separated by wax paper. They last about 4-5 days in the fridge and taste best fresh.
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