Got an incurable love for burgers? You’ve got to give these leftover juice pulp burger patties a shot. The patties are full of nutrition, but don’t compromise on the flavor at all.
Stuff them in your burger buns and enjoy your favorite snack guilt free. Plus, you can batch make these too! Scroll down and read on to get a quick look at everything you need to know about making these patties.
Ingredients For the Recipe
To make these leftover juice pulp burger patties, you’ll need a few simple ingredients.
For the patties
- Leftover vegetable pulp: ½ cup
- Potatoes (boiled and mashed): ½ cup
- Red chili powder: 1 tsp
- Salt: 1 tbsp
- Mixed herb seasoning: 1 tbsp
- Egg: 1
For the burger assembly
- Burger buns: 3
- Chipotle mayo: As required
- Tomato slice: As required
- Onion slice: As required
- Coriander stems: As required
How to Make the Leftover Juice Pulp Burger Patties
Once you have all your ingredients ready, here’s what you’ll need to do to make the patties and assemble the burgers.
Preheat the oven at 180℃ for 5 minutes.
In a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients for the patties and mix well.
Shape the mixture into patties.
Bake the patties at 180℃ for 15 minutes or until they are completely cooked and crispy on the outside.
Now, for the burgers, take the lower bun of the burger bun.
Apply mayonnaise and top it with the prepared burger patty, tomato, and onion.
Finally add the coriander leaves and close the burger with the top bun.
Frequently Asked Questions
Apart from the juice pulp and the potatoes, you can also add some chopped veggies of your choice to the patty mixture. Mushrooms, broccoli, spinach, carrots, bell peppers, zucchini, peas and sweet potatoes are all excellent choices.
If you’re trying to make a vegetarian version of this recipe, you can skip adding the egg and use any other binding agent instead. Breadcrumbs and some more mashed boiled potatoes are two good options.
If your patty mixture has turned out too soft and watery, you can add some breadcrumbs or semolina into it. If you don’t have either of those, some chickpea flour can do the trick.
Yes! These healthy and delicious patties can be batch made and stored for later. You can freeze them if you want them to last longer- just make sure you freeze them individually until they are solid first and then layer them in a freezer safe container.
Your leftover juice pulp burger patties can be transferred to an airtight container. You can refrigerate these for 3 days, and reheat them on the stovetop or in the microwave.
Tips & Tricks to Make the Leftover Juice Pulp Burger Patties
Ready to give this recipe a shot? Keep these little tips and tricks in mind to nail the flavors and textures.
- Based on your personal preference, you can add in any seasoning of your choice to the patties. Classic garam masala is always an option, or you could try out some smoked paprika or peri peri seasoning.
- To make these burgers healthier, you can stuff in some more veggies- not just the tomatoes and onion slices. Lettuce leaves, cucumber slices and even avocado slices are some good options.
- To make these patties more fun and interesting, you can stuff them with a bit of cheese, so that when you break them open, you’ll enjoy a nice cheese ooze.
- Another great idea is to shape the patties in different interesting shapes using a cookie cutter. This can be particularly fun for kids.
Serving Ideas & Suggestions
These super savory burger patties can be enjoyed with some evening tea and a dipping sauce or chutney of your choice. They can also be a wonderful burger patty, and assembled well, it can be a great healthy snack for you and your kids.
If you enjoyed making this easy snack, and are inspired enough to try out some more such fun recipes, you might want to check these out.
Leftover Juice Pulp Burger Patties
Ingredients For the patties
- ½ cup Leftover Vegetable Pulp
- ½ cup Potatoes , (boiled and mashed)
- 1 teaspoon Red Chili Powder
- 1 tablespoon Salt
- 1 tablespoon Mixed Herb Seasoning
- 1 Egg
Ingredients For the burger assembly
- 3 Burger buns
- 1 tablespoon Chipotle Mayo
- 1 small Tomato Slice
- 1 small Onion Slice
- 1 sprig Coriander Stems
- Pre-heat the oven at 180℃ for 5 minutes.
- In a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients for the patties and mix well.
- Shape the mixture into patties.
- Bake the patties at 180℃ for 15 minutes or until they are completely cooked and crispy on the outside.
- Now, for the burgers, take the lower bun of the burger bun. Apply mayonnaise and top it with the prepared burger patty, tomato, and onion. Finally add the coriander leaves and close the burger with the top bun.
- Serve hot!
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