Burger de haricots noirs avec aïoli à la sriracha
Faites de petites boulettes et servez-les sur des petits pains pour d'agréables amuse-bouches lors de vos fêtes.
- 2 boîtes (850 g) de haricots noirs, égouttés et rincés
- 60 g (½ de taille moyenne) d'oignon
- ½ tasse (20 g) de feuilles de coriandre fraîche
- 4 petites gousses d'ail, pelées
- 4 cuillères à thé de sauce soya faible en sodium
- 1 cuillère à thé de sel casher (facultatif)
- 2,5 ml (½ cuillère à thé) de poivre noir moulu
- 120 g (1 tasse) de panko ou de chapelure de pois chiche
- 60 ml (¼ tasse) d'aquafaba ou 1 œuf
- 8 pains à hamburger
- 120 g (½ tasse) de mayonnaise végétalienne ou de mayonnaise
- 10 ml (2 cuillères à thé) de sauce sriracha
- 2 cuillères à thé de jus de lime fraîchement pressé
- 80 g (4 tasses) de roquette
- Mettre les haricots noirs, l'oignon, la coriandre, l'ail, la sauce soya, le sel, le poivre, le panko et l'aquafaba dans le récipient Vitamix dans cet ordre et verrouiller le couvercle.
- Sélectionner la Variable 8. Répéter de 8 à 10 fois, en utilisant le pilon pour pousser les ingrédients dans les lames. Pour un hamburger à la texture plus lisse, mélanger pendant 20 à 30 secondes à vitesse maximum.
- Retirer le mélange du contenant et le mettre dans un bol. Laisser reposer pendant 15 à 20 minutes. Diviser le mélange en 8 galettes. Déposer les galettes sur une plaque recouverte d'enduit antiadhésif.
- Cuire à 425 °F (220 °C) de 8 à 10 minutes. Retourner les galettes et cuire encore 6 minutes.
- Pour l'aïoli au sriracha, mélanger la sauce sriracha, la mayonnaise et le jus de lime ensemble.
- Monter les burgers dans les pains avec la roquette et la mayonnaise au sriracha.
|Taille des portions||1 portion (154 g)|
|Quantité par portion|
|Matière grasse totale||14 g|
|Gras saturés||2 g|
|Total des glucides||39 g|
|Fibres alimentaires||3 g|
Black Bean Burgers with Sriracha Aioli is rated out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by geckokarma from Yum & they hold together I've tried at least 3 other black bean burger recipes, and this is hands down the winner. Seems it's tough to build a recipe with the right binding to hold burgers together, but this one does it. And one of my picky eaters (age 6) actually eats them.
Date published: 2015-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kattomm from Delicious!! These black bean burgers are amazing- I am vegan and sub a "flax-egg" (1 tbs flaxseed and 3 tbs water) for the egg and it comes out perfect!
Date published: 2017-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mullaney13 from delicious black bean burgers Bought my Vitamix on 12 30 2015 and made my black bean burger on 1 2 2016. Wonderful and will not be buying frozen ones ever again. So happy!!
Date published: 2016-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by SarahP from Delicious Easy. To make and they taste wonderful. I will be making these again. I would recommend using parchment paper.
Date published: 2015-12-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by Barb Mc from Suggestions for egg substitute? Recipe is vegetarian. Looking for ideas to make it vegan by substituting another ingredient for the egg. Any ideas?
Date published: 2017-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hungry Hawaiian from Awesome and simple This recipe was my first effort with my new Vitamix, since purchasing it yesterday. It has earned permanent real estate in our kitchen. Following its placement and use in our kitchen I donated four other kitchen appliances to the Salvation Army, since I now own a one stop kitchen appliance. Black Bean Burgers: I doubled the recipe, with the exception of the spices and they came out perfect. I did sub with the parchment paper, as suggested and the results were perfect. I scooped up the burger mix with an ice cream scooper, plopped it on the parchment paper, then shaped it with a spoon. The burgers slid off the paper, making it easy to flip for the final bake. I prepared the burgers for our daughter and her young children (ages 4 & 7), but did not add the spicy sauce, just mayo, lemon juice and a little ketchup. The 4 year old boy gobbled his burger up without complaint, while the 7 year old girl was pickier and said it tasted weird. She took one bite and decided it was not for her. But, she did sneak several snacks before dinner and I think this played a role in her decision to pass on the burger. Next time I will be sure she is hungry......Lol. As for me I will never use store bought veggie burgers again, cause when my daughter and wife tried it, they said it was awesome....nuf said, the Bean Burger is now a permanent fixture in our home, thanks to the Vitamin effort.
Date published: 2017-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by Amee2020 from So good Made black bean burgers last night & my family gobbled them up. I never made a veggie burger before but eaten many & these were excellent! I took off stars because the ingredients were tricky to get fully blended in my Vitamix Venturist 1200. It took LOTS of tamping & LOTS of repeated pulsing, way more than recipe noted. After transferring mixture to bowl I mixed more w/ my hands. Next time I might make this recipe in food processor. I used parchment lined baking sheet & reduced oven temp to 420 degrees. Definitely making these black bean burgers again.
Date published: 2021-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nictesta from Simple and delicious! This is the first recipe I have made with my new Vitamix (other than smoothies) and I am hooked! It was so simple and these taste better than any frozen veggie burger i have had (and ive tried them all). this will definitely be in the weekly rotation:)
Date published: 2016-05-11