Veggie burger with wholemeal bread and vegetable fries

Czech Republic

Main course - Czech Republic
by Petr Šušna Táckárna (2021)
Number of people 4
Preparation 90"
Nut-free Vegetarian

Vegetable burger

  • 120 g of beans
  • 80 g quinoa or buckwheat
  • 80 g of mushrooms
  • 20 g of beetroot Vinegar
  • 45 g of breadcrumbs
  • 8 g of butter
  • 20 g miso paste
  • 1 small egg
  • 80 g of onions salt
  • 80 g organic cream cheese
  • 80 g of tomato
  • 125 g gherkins
  • 40 g herb mayonnaise
  • 4 whole-grain burger buns

Vegetable fries

  • 100 g beetroot
  • 100 g carrots
  • 100 g celery
  • 8 g rapeseed oil salt
  1. Start with the vegetable fries – cut them up and bake them at 180°C in a preheated oven for about 40-45 minutes. Salt them lightly when you remove them from the oven.
  2. Fry the onion in butter and add the mushrooms.
  3. Then add the beans, beetroot and miso paste. Sprinkle with a few drops of vinegar and let the mixture cook until the water evaporates. 
  4. Put everything in a bowl and add the quinoa or buckwheat (cooked according to the instructions on the pack), breadcrumbs, eggs and salt. 
  5. In a frying pan, cook the vegetable burgers and once you have flipped them over, add the cheese on top and let it melt. You can also brown the bread in the oven.
  6. Spread the bread with mayonnaise and top it with all the prepared ingredients:pickles, vegetable burgers, tomatoes and then cover with the top of he bun. 
  7. Serve with vegetable fries prepared in the oven and decorate by adding baby greens or salad.

Did you know?

Quinoa is actually eaten by NASA astronauts on long space missions because of its exceptional qualities! Rich in protein, minerals such as iron and magnesium, antioxidants and fibre, it is also gluten-free and is low on the glycaemic index.

Veggie burger with wholemeal bread and vegetable fries

Nutritional advice

Stop Obesity

Pulses are an important source of protein and when eaten in combination with cereals, you can benefit from the full spectrum of amino acids that are contained in meat, for example.  

Beets provide lots of beneficial substances. They contain a number of vitamins (B, C, provitamin A), minerals (it is particularly rich in potassium) and plant pigments that have numerous positive effects (anthocyanins, betaine).