1 Box Boca Burgers (there are several varieties, which are all great!)
1 Tbs cooking oil
Sliced red or yellow onion
Sprouts or lettuce leaves
Soy cheese slices
Dill pickle chips
Splash of Tamari (a little soy really kicks up the flavor of these burgers :O)
Burger buns or no bread at all!
Mustard, ketchup, mayo, salsa or whatever condiment you like
Veggies burgers stand alone when smothered with sauteed veggies.
There are usually 4 burgers to a box so adjust accordingly (duh). Add oil to a heavy skillet and heat. Place frozen patties in skillet and cook til browned, then flip and cook other side. The trick to avoid having burgers stick and tear apart is to wait until they are cooked on the first side and easily flip. If there is a struggle to turn the burger, let it cook until it releases naturally.
Splash each burger with Tamari or soy before you flip it over. If you like your onions sauteed, toss those in the skillet as well. While burgers are cooking, prep all the items you would like to add. Put all toppings on one big platter and let peeps pick and choose what they want on their burgers.
This is a meal that’s ready in under 10 minutes so if you are serving anything else with it, then allow time for other items to be done in advance.
Other suggestions are to saute zucchini, carrots, peppers, mushrooms and top off the burgers. Add soy cheese just before ready to serve. Most veggie burgers are stable enough to cook on a grill as well; brush with a little oil before putting them on the grill.
Serves 4 – Enjoy!