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Black Bean Burger Recipe!!


I've always wanted to try Black Bean Burgers..
So I did a little research and came up with a really easy and tasty version that my family loves soo much..Next time, I think I'll make my own burger buns..


 Seasonings use for the BBB are:

Chili Powder
S/P
Cumin
Garlic
Parley Flakes


Ingredients used:

Yellow and Orange Bell Peppers
Cilantro
Red Onion
1/4 Cup Corn (Canned or Frozen)
1 Can of Black Bean
1/2 Cup Panko
1 Egg


In my mini food processor I blended the veggies.


Blend until this consistency.



Open canned BB and drain..


Take fork and mush beans.


Put Panko in bowl with BB..


Add the rest of your ingredients. 


Add egg and seasonings


Combine all together and form into patties


Now Pay Attention:

These aren't real Meat Burgers, they're Bean Burgers you have to cook them "low and slow"..


Now let's get to the Sweet Potatoes.
Preheat oven 400 degrees..
Place greased on-stick sprayed cookie sheet in oven. Place pan warm in oven.
Cut SP into long strips, add Olive Oil and your own Seasonings


Place SP strips on hot cookie sheet.
Let roast for 15 mins. turn over SP let roast for another 15 mins. and again turn over and roast another 15 mins, 3 turns in all..  


SP should be soft but crispy at the same time..
They taste soo delicious..


Try the recipe I know you'll love it!
Don't forget to leave a comment..

Until Next Time...
Make It Chic!!!




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