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How to Make Black Bean Quinoa Burgers |  Hilah Cooking


Hey, dudes. I’m Hilah, and today on Hilah
Cooking, I have a brand new veggie burger recipe to share with you. It is a black bean
and quinoa veggie burger. These are so good. They’re spicy. There’s kale in them. They’re
just like a veggie burger with a kick. So healthy. Can you see my socks? That’s embarrassing. So now, we’re starting on the burgers that’ll
get you farting. Just kidding. Farting is good for you. So, in here I’ve got about one
and a half cups of black beans. I cooked these myself. You can use a can of beans. A regular
16 ounce can is about a cup and a half once it’s drained. The main thing is you just want
to make sure you drain them really, really well. If you are using canned beans, drain
them in a colander or something, and then give them a little rinse and shake them dry.
[music]. So, once they look like this, like pretty
much all the beans are smashed and mashed, I’m going to add the quinoa. This has already
been cooked. This is about a little over half of a cup. You can totally, like if you’re
making quinoa for some other recipe, like my quinoa salad, might I suggest, you can
totally just cook extra, and then keep it in the fridge and make these burgers later.
I’m going to add some garlic. We’re going to saute some onion to add too. If you wanted
the garlic to be less sharp and spicy, you could saute it as well, but that’s up to you.
So, that’s it for our basic mix. I’ve got also — we’re going to add some kale.
We’re just going to grab the leafy part, and then just pull the stem away, and it should
just sort of come off like that. So, it’s a really quick way to de-stem collard greens
and kale and stuff like that. [music]. Then, once you get all your kale leaves, we’re going
to sort of do a little chiffonade, just to get a really fine chop. Crunch this all up
into tight a little log or a wad or a doobie or whatever. Then, just slice it really, really
thin. Mind your fingers. Don’t chop your hand. Take it from me. I’ve learned that the hard
way. Okay. Then, I’ll go through it the other direction, just to get these really small.
So, what you want is about a cup of kale leaves if you compacted it into a tight cup. Great. Now, and then I’ve got my onion and jalapeno.
We’re going to just saute these together to get them softened up, and then we are halfway
there, folks. So, I’ve got a warm skillet here. I’m going to add just about a teaspoon
of oil, and we’re going to saute our onion and jalapeno here. So, we’re just trying to
soften everything a little bit. I want to keep some bite, some integrity in those onions.
So, this is not going to take longer than a minute or two. We just want the kale to
sort of wilt down a little bit, turn bright green, release some of that moisture. I’m going to add a little couple pinches of
salt to help the moisture release, kind of sweat the onions a little bit. I’ve got some
cumin seed here that’s whole, and I just sort of ground it up in my little mortar and pestle.
Sort of toast up the cumin in the skillet there and some black pepper. [music]. Okay.
This looks good. So actually, once just the kale turns green, and the onions are just
barely starting to turn translucent, that’s fine. We can turn the heat off. Okay. Then, I’ve got — To the bowl with the beans
and the quinoa and everything, I’m going to add some Worcester sauce. So, this is a vegan
Worcester sauce that I found that is hot. It’s not really that hot, but you can find
vegan ones that don’t have anchovy paste in them. Or if you don’t really care that much,
you can just use regular, or you could use a little bit of soy sauce. So, just a smidge
of that. It just adds a depth of flavor, sort of a “Oh, mommy. Oh, mommy.” Okay. Then, I’ll
add our hot veggies. Oh. This handle’s really hot. Excuse me. My hands are so sensitive
today. Beautiful. And then, I’m going to add a little bit of
bread crumbs. Just start with like a tablespoon or so. If you’re on a gluten-free diet, you
can use gluten-free bread crumbs, or you can use ground up oatmeal. That’s our binder.
I’ve also made this recipe and added cheese, like grated cheese, which is really good.
So, that’s also an option for you. Okay. So, you’re going to end up with sort of a
dough like this. What you want to do is make sure that it’s moist enough to stick together
into a ball. So, this looks good. Now, what I’ll do is get my same cutting board, and
just whatever bread crumbs you have left, kind of sprinkle them out. You can use a plate
too. Then, we’re going to shape this mixture into four patties. So, it’ll be like almost
a cup of dough for each one. And just kind of compress it into a ball, and then flatten
it out. Doughy. I’m sure you all did this in preschool. And then, dredge it in the crumbs.
So, I’m going to keep shaping these. If you want to, at this point when they’re
dredged in crumbs, you can freeze them on a plate until they’re frozen solid, and then
store them for later. And then, whenever you’re ready to cook them, you just cook them like
normal but add a few minutes onto the regular cook time. And if your dough is too dry, you
can always add a little bit of water or something, just a tiny bit at a time, like a teaspoon
at a time. Or if it’s too wet to stick together, then add a little bit more bread crumbs, because
a lot of it does depend on how dry those beans are at the beginning. Okay. So, now you’ve got a couple options. Also,
if you want to cook them right away, you can bake them on a parchment lined sheet with
a little bit of oil, for about 20 minutes at 400 degrees, or you can pan fry them, which
is what I’m going to do because it’s a little faster and crispier. Just going to add a little
oil to my pan. You could probably do this with a nonstick skillet and some spray or
something too. But, homie don’t play that! Then, we’re just going to cook it for two
to three minutes on each side, until it’s nice and golden brown. And then, we’ll make
sandwiches. Alright. Let’s see what we can do here. See
how she’s looking. Oh. That’s beautiful. Got our little crispy breadcrumbs, and the quinoa
gets a little crispy there. Kind of redistribute the oil a little bit. Yeah, boy. So, these
are really, really quick, obviously, because there’s no egg or anything in them that needs
to cook. You’re really just kind of heating everything through. So, brilliant. Okay. This
looks good. Time to make a sandwich, guys, or you could
just eat it like this. But, I’m going to make a sandwich because sandwiches are better than
not a sandwich. To make the sandwich, I’ve got a bun. You can use whatever you want,
but I’m going to put a little mustard down. And y’all, you know, burgers, veggie burgers,
it’s a very personal thing. So, you can really put whatever you want on yours. This is what
I’m going to put on mine. If you have a problem with that, take it to my dad because he taught
me how to make burgers. Just kidding. Don’t talk to him about that. Then, I’m going to add some onions. Red, please.
Some tomato for vitamins. I’m going to add a little cilantro because we got this Tex-Mex
thing going on here with the black beans and the cumin and jalapeno and everything. So,
I think that’ll be nice. You could totally add cheese on top. You could do whatever you
want, man. It’s a free country, dude. I’m going to add a little bit of lettuce, just
like that. And then finally, instead of mayonnaise or anything, I’m going to add a couple slices
of avocado on top. Then, show you how I like to do it. I put the lid on it, and I like
to mash it down a little bit. And then, I like to eat it. This part, you’re probably
familiar with. Look at the pretty side while I’m eating the bad side. Now, that’s a fine
veggie burger. Yay. Quinoa black bean veggie burgers or black bean quinoa veggie burgers.
Whichever way you want to say it is okay by me. There you go, guys. Hope you liked this recipe.
I hope you try it. Please, leave me a comment and visit Hilahcooking.com for printable recipes.
And make sure that you also check out my other veggie burger recipe after you like this one,
because that other one is like real popular, way more popular than me. It’s a sandwich song, and it’s not too long,
because the beauty of a sandwich is it’s not very slow. Fuck. That was terrible. I’m sorry.
I will work on that.

100 thoughts on “How to Make Black Bean Quinoa Burgers | Hilah Cooking

  1. A few days ago someone broke in my house and one out of many items they took was your cookbook! Guess you can say it's one hot item!

  2. Awesome.

    I also like to toast my bun before I add the mustard or any other sauce, so I can ensure it doesn't get soggy.

  3. Hi Hilah this looks like a great recipe. i love ur ideas 🙂 this looks so good.. i am feeling better thank u so much for asking on the other video.. 

  4. I have been  doing so  heavy experimentation with these sorta recipes, now that im doin that vegan thang… lots of burger and soy plans for the other channel
    thanks for your recipe, would be pretty good with a lil corn in there too !  
    cheers babe!

  5. Hilah, is there anything additional added to the quinoa, that it is brown? Or am I missin something obvious? Thanks

  6. I'm soooo gonna try these! I tried your old veggie burger recipe last week, the one with beans, oats and carrot. They kept falling apart, though. Is there any neat trick to make them stick together? Adding an egg, for example? I'm not a vegan or anything, just flexitarian ("Part time vegitarian).

  7. I know nothing about cooking and this is only the first episode I've watched but already I love this show. It's how cookery programmes are meant to be made

  8. i made these tonight, and they were amazing!!! thanks for the recipe! guys, check out how they turned out on my instagram jessicapace7

  9. I was  just about to try a different version of this using a food processor but I think I like this method better. Maybe I'll add some sauteed mushrooms as well.

  10. mmm… Don't want to be "that guy," buuut aren't supposed to not use metal on cast iron pans??? Could ruin the finish. Just curious.

  11. I did these and they turned out great! I didn't even use black beans, but red beans instead, and added some nutritional yeast, green onions, seasoning salt and some other seasonings and omg to die for! They have a "meaty" taste, and even my non-vegan boyfriend loved them!

  12. that will get you farting.. Do you know why father God put a smell in farts?? So when you let one go deaf people can enjoy them too.. LOL

  13. You are absolutely adorable!  I have been a vegetarian for about 4 years now.  I went a while ago and had a take out veggie burger which made me very sick to my stomach.  I know it was that because I hadn't consumed anything else that day.  I have been looking for a veggie burger recipe and this seems to fit the bill perfectly.  Thanks

  14. These veggie burgers are SOOO good! I decided to try this recipe after sifting through 7373773 different veggie burger recipes on YouTube and Pinterest, and I've tried quite a few, but this one by far is my favorite! It's simple and easy to make but it's flavorful and makes a huge difference when you actually sautée the veggies and kale before adding it to the mixture. Thanks so much for the awesome recipe! Can't wait to try out the other version too! 🤗

  15. Wow just saw my comment lol I've seen this video so many times and used it so many times <3 I miss your "Put it in my mouth episodes" though!! Please make more if you can! God bless you and your fam!

  16. Hate to be a stickler, but it would be helpful if you could include in the text accompanying this video (and, I guess, all your cooking videos) an ingredients list. I know I could just grab a pen and paper and make notes as you go along, but it's nice to have the list, in case I need to run out and buy some of the ingredients. Looks yummy and I will be trying this. And I just subscribed.

  17. You're so funny… And I will be making the today.. 11-13-2018 I'm making my first red quinoa black bean burger. I mean black bean red quinoa burger.. 🤔 whatever! 🤣😂

  18. You give the most amazing tutorials and recipes. You’re clear with your instructions, easy on the eyes……..
    then you do childish silly things, and I find it completely distracts from the tutorial.
    Too bad!!

  19. so my fiance is saying we must go plant base now….so…. trying these… getting pretty tired of bean burritos from chipotle… need more options OOoohhMami 🙂

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