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both my boyfriend and i thought these were so so sooo good! i was afraid at first that the mixture was too gloppy but i plopped it by the spoonful on the baking sheet and they came out great. i didn't have any red chilies so i used a few pinches of crushed chili flakes. also i made the patties early in the day and just let them sit. hours later i warmed them on our george foreman grill. this is a super easy and yummy recipe that we'll definitely make again and again.
These were good - but you need to add and egg and some bread crumbs or oatmeal as a binder. We liked them a lot - I made the patties into rectangles because my wraps are rectangular shape. I spread some chummus on the wrap, placed the garbanzo bean burgers on top and added some slaw and some spinach leaves. It was really good - but I prefer the Homemade Black Bean Veggie Burgers from this site. This is a nice variation.
Very easy and good! I added diced white onion to the mix as well as cumin and garlic salt. I added just a very little olive oil but maybe I should have put in a bit more because the patties fell apart easily.
These were respectable. I would definitely add something for a binder. They fell apart really easily. We put these in pita with a raita sauce spinach tomatos banana peppers klamata olives and feta. Super yummy. They turned out a little spicy for my kids so next time I'll forgo the chilis.
This does need a binder some breadcrumbs and more seasonings (I added garlic lemon pepper and oregano). Making those changes turns it into a five star burger making the recipe as-is results in a four star filling for pita bread topped with greek yogurt sauce.
Really tasty. However the nutrition information is wrong. It is impossible for a 1/4 of a can of garbanzo beans to be 56 cals never mind adding other things in. I have a feeling that it should be 156 - I added it up and came close to about 150 calories per serving. BUT it is a super tasty meal. Vegan healthy and scrumptious wins for me. Will definitely make it again =