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 10 Popular Burger Recipes

  Last Updated : Jul 13,2018






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Top 10 Veg Burger Recipes

In the middle of nowhere, when you are starving and thirsty, no sight is more welcome than a small joint serving sumptuous burgers and juices ! Indeed, this handy snack is one that comes to our rescue at innumerable places across the globe. Not only does it come in handy when we are in a rush, or when we can’t find anything else to eat, but it is such a tasty treat that you will opt for it happily at any other time too!

What makes the burger so popular is its versatility. You can make it with your favourite type of bun, with your dream patty, loads of crunchy veggies, gooey cheese, saucy beans, and whatever you want to stuff inside it! It is also possible to make local variants, with sauces and patties that are famous in that region.

Top 10 Veg Burger Recipes

  Top 10 Veg Burger Recipes
1. Paneer and Green Peas Burger
2. Pizza Burger Bowl
3. Nutritious Burger
4. Spicy Paneer Burger
5. Chawli Beans and Mint Burger
6. Whole Wheat Vegetable Burger
7. Chinese Burger
8. Pav Bhaji Burger
9. Vegetable Burger
10. Healthy Burger

Indian Burger Recipes

In some ways, one could argue that our all-time favourite Vada Pav is a burger too; not to forget our Pav Bhaji , which can be assembled like a burger, as you will see in one of the following recipes. See our Indian Burger options of Paneer and Green Peas Burger and Pav Bhaji Burger. I highly recommend you try Chwali Beans and Mint Burger

Healthy Burger Recipes

If you are a health-watcher, you could make a Healthy Burger with whole wheat or multi-grain buns, lots of veggies and little or no cheese. If you wish to indulge, you can load up your burger with your favourite, most sinful ingredients. In short, it is all left to your imagination. Try the Whole Wheat Burger which does away with white bread and the cutlets are made of broken wheat and not deep fried.  Chwali Beans and Mint Burger is made of a healthy Chawli Beans Tikki with Oats and is super healthy. 

Here, we present some lip-smacking burgers, which will set the ball rolling for your burger adventures...



top 10 veg burger recipes

Your kids will jump with joy and thank you for this sumptuous treat! A succulent cutlet of paneer and coarsely crushed green peas gives an exciting twist to this crunchy, juicy, satiating burger. Eggless mayonnaise provides the required creaminess, while veggies and lettuce impart an enjoyable crunch to this Paneer and Green Peas Burger. Interestingly, this burger stays fresh in the tiffin box for around 5 hours, and can be comfortably sent to school for your kids, with all your love! Fat Free Wafers is a good accompaniment to the burger, so do pack some in another tiffin.
This Snack is a bowlful of delight – and yes, we forgot to tell you, it’s an edible bowl too! The centres of burger buns are scooped out to form bowl-like cavities, which are filled with yummy cheese and crunchy veggies, lots of pizza sauce, and more cheese and herbs, before finally baking the whole arrangement to get a fabulous, utterly irresistible Pizza Burger Bowl, that is sure to bowl you over!
Try our collection of Pizzas, Dieter’s Pizza , Bread Pizza.
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 by Tarla Dalal
With vegetable dressing and brown bread buns, here’s presenting Nutritious Burger, a hearty all-in-one fare. The potato tikkis have been substituted with soya tikkis as the chemical “choline” in it helps to control diabetes and prevent nerve damage.
Think spicy and our indian masalas are sure to spring up in your mind! yes, this cutlet features a blend of common indian spices, ensuring a top rating by our desi taste buds. The mint chutney used in this recipe uses a good lot of onions, resulting in a very unusual flavour. When teamed with mayonnaise, it gives the spicy paneer burger a tantalising taste that will linger in your tongue for a long time. Another exceptional point in this recipe is that it requires a lot of bread crumbs for binding, since the paneer is cooked.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Did you always think of burgers as junk food, going by the commercial versions? A homemade burger can be a reservoir of nutrients if you use the right stuffing. Here, spongy whole wheat buns are packed with an iron-rich chawli bean tikki that is enchantingly flavoured with mint leaves and bound together by fibre-rich oats. With nutritious and tangy green chutney and sliced veggies too, this healthy Chawli Beans and Mint Burger is a meal in its own right.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Spicy cutlets made with broken wheat and vegetables are stuffed between nourishing, fibre-rich whole wheat buns, to make a low-fat treat packed with nutrients like protein, calcium, iron and vitamin A. The cutlets in this Whole Wheat Vegetable Burger are cooked on a non-stick tava with minimal oil, and mayonnaise is replaced with low-cal Thousand Island dressing, to give you the same pleasurable experience in a guilt-free package. Serve with Low Fat Fries and a Low Cal Beverage .
You would have heard of chinese bhel, chinese dosa, and so on… but definitely not a chinese burger! this unique recipe is sure to be a huge hit with any audience. The spread makes use of schezuan sauce, to give a tangy, spicy touch, and cabbage leaves are used instead of lettuce to enhance the chinese feel. The salad used in the burger is a slight variant of kung phao potatoes, and lends another unique point of view to this recipe. Serve it with a traditional chinese salad – khimchi, for a well-rounded chinese offering.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Desi masti meets western format in this delectable Pav Bhaji Burger. A lip-smacking bhaji of mixed vegetables flavoured with pav bhaji masala is sandwiched between burger buns, and grilled to perfection, to form an exciting snack that will appeal to people of all age groups.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Any time is burger time! A quick snack that you can grab on-the-go or make in a jiffy, but capable of satiating a hungry tummy, the Vegetable Burger has stood the test of time and remained a favourite across continents for years. Resplendent with a deep-fried vegetable cutlet, topped with coleslaw, tomato ketchup and crispy vegetables like lettuce, tomato and cucumber, not to forget that slice of cheese, which makes it all the more sumptuous. In case you are planning to have Vegetable Burger for dinner, accompany it with a bowl of hot Cream Of Tomato Soup or Macaroni Soup for a hearty meal.
These sumptuous Healthy Burgers offer an exciting way to stay off high-fat junk foods! Loaded with veggies, this healthful delicacy is also as tasty as it looks, thanks to interesting flavourers like low-cal mayonnaise and green chilli paste. But, if you are wondering how the burger suddenly became healthy, check out how we have tava roasted instead of deep-frying the cutlets, and used fibre-rich whole wheat burger buns instead of starchy plain flour ones. Interestingly, the cheese is also missing, but you will not miss it! But remember this is an occasional one dish treat and best restricted to 1 burger at meal time.
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