Mix Vegetable Cheese Burger is one of the most popular fast food recipes, loved and adored by all age groups. We all know that burgers have made their way to our breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. They’re now part of weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and even those first few dates. And whether you’re a foodie or not you’ll agree that nobody can ever get enough of a burger.
So today, we bring you an amazing burger recipe i.e. Mix Vegetable Cheese Burger
- 4 – burger buns
- 100 g – French beans (finely chopped)
- 1 – Carrot (finely chopped)
- 4 – Potatoes (cut into cubes)
- Handful – Green peas
- 1 tbsp – Ginger Garlic paste
- 2 tsp – Red Chilli powder (or as per taste)
- 1.5 tsp – coriander powder
- 1.5 tsp – Mango powder
- Handful – fresh Coriander leaves (finely chopped)
- Salt to taste
- 4 – bread slices
- 2 tbsp – Corn flour
- Sufficient oil for shallow frying
- 50 g – Butter
- 1 – Onion (cut into thin rings)
- 1 – Tomato (cut into thin roundels)
- 4 cubes – cheese (grated)
How to Mix Vegetable Cheese Burger
– Boil the French beans, carrots, green peas and the potatoes in sufficient water in a heavy bottomed vessel till done.
– Drain out the excess water from the vegetables. Cool completely.
– Dry grind the bread slices.
– In a bowl mix together the boiled vegetables, ground bread, corn flour, ginger-garlic paste, powdered masalas, coriander leaves and salt.
– Make round medium sized patties.
– Shallow fry the patties on a medium flame till golden on both sides.
– Cut the bun into 2 halves.
– Apply butter on the inner sides of each bun.
– Place an onion ring on one half.
– Place a vegetable pattie on it.
– Top it with a tomato slice and some grated cheese.
– Place the other half of the bun on it and brush it with a little butter. Also Read: Black Tang Aam Papad Recipe In Easy Ways
– Place the bun in a pre-heated oven at 140 degree C for 4 to 5 minutes.
– Repeat with remaining buns.
– Serve hot with potato chips and tomato ketchup.
Do your taste buds a favour and make this recipe today. Trust us when we say that you’ll enjoy making it just as much as you enjoy eating it!
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