If you're feeling like a hearty, get your hands dirty kind of vegan burger, you've come to the right recipe! These soya mince burgers are filling, easy to prepare and delicious. You can use any soya mince, but be sure to read my tips down below!
This soya burger recipe has been a roller coaster to perfect. Some days the patties held their shape and were just amazing. Other times I want to start crying because they just aren't cooperating! But, I believe I have created the best burger recipe now, after much trial and error!
Here are some other soya recipes you might enjoy!
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Prepare the soy:
Pulse your rehydrated soya mince into really small bits.
Mix the ingredients:
Mix the mince, flax eggs, marmite, bread crumbs and spices together.
Make your soya patties:
Form 4 patties by pushing the mixture firmly into a round mold.
Fry up your burger patties in a pan (with oil) over medium heat for about 3 minutes on each side. Drizzle your favourite sauce over the patties in the last minute!
How do you eat a hamburger without a bun?
Bun-less burgers can be delicious! I love using a large mushroom or just a simple bed of lettuce. Of course, this makes it almost impossible to eat with your hands 😉
Enjoy your soya burgers with a side salad or some potato fries!
💭 TOP TIPS
Drizzle your favourite sauce over the soya patties in the last minute of cooking for some extra flavour!
I always love eating these vegan burgers when they're fresh out of the pan, but you can cook them in advance and either heat them up in the pan again or in the microwave.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Textured soy protein, also known as texturised vegetable protein, is made from soy flour. Soya bean flour is mixed with water and then formed into the desired product. You can buy mince dehydrated or pre-prepared in most supermarkets.
If you buy the dried soya mince, then yes. Be sure to follow the packets instructions to rehydrate the mince. You can also buy ready to use soya mince that will be in the fridge or freezer at your local supermarket.
Leave your "raw" patties in the fridge for up to 2 days in an airtight container.
Store leftovers in an airtight container and reheat them before eating.
Soya Mince Burgers
- 4 White buns or lettuce wraps
- Using a blender, pulse your soya mince into small bits.
- In a bowl mix all of the ingredients together.
- Form 4 patties by pushing the mix firmly into a round mold.
- Optional step - Leave them in the fridge for 15 minutes to firm up. This can help them hold their shape.
- Fry up your burger patties in a pan (with oil) over medium heat for about 3 minutes each side. Drizzle your favourite sauce over the patties in the last minute!
- Assemble the burgers the way you like them.
- Serve and enjoy!
- Leave your "raw" patties in the fridge for up to 2 days.
- Store leftovers in an airtight container and reheat before eating.
- If your mixture is too sloppy, you should add more breadcrumbs.
- If the mix is too dry you can add 1 tablespoon of water.