Veggie Burger

Cuisine: American

Cook Time: 1 hour

Serves: 1

There’s no need to order a veggie burger anymore! With our easy veggie burger recipe, making a delicious burger at home is simpler than ever. A veggie burger is a great way to get your kids to eat their vegetables and even crave them! These are ideal for a birthday party or even the school lunchbox. Rest assured, the kids will come back wanting more.


  • 3 medium-sized potatoes
  • 2 carrots
  • ¾ cup of green peas
  • ½ cup of grated cauliflower
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1.5 tsp ginger powder
  • ½ tsp garlic powder
  • ½ tsp smoked paprika
  • Bread crumbs
  • ½ cup corn starch
  • Freshly chopped coriander leaves

Crunchy and delicious, our veggie burger recipe is perfect for your cravings. Try it now!

  1. Wash and chop all your veggies. You can use a food processor to chop for better texture.
  2. Steam the vegetables till they are soft but not mushy
  3. Add the salt, ginger powder, garlic powder, and smoked paprika. You can also add a spoonful of garam masala if needed.
  4. Use a masher to mash all the ingredients together.
  5. Divide the mashed veggies into various small balls, then flatten them to create a patty.
  6. In another bowl, make a thick batter using cornstarch and water. Don’t make the batter too runny.
  7. Soak the patties in the cornstarch mixture, then coat them in breadcrumbs.
  8. Let the patties rest before frying them.
  9. It’s time to make the burger! Place the patties between the burger buns. Add a cheese slice, tomato slices, lettuce leaves, and the sauces of your choice.

Chef Tip: Add a handful of crushed walnuts into the vegetable mixture to enhance the crunch in your burger. 

Once you try this super easy veggie burger recipe, there is no turning back. Try it out now, and tell us what you think in the comments below. Do share this recipe with your friends and family!

Quick Bites

Fun Fact

• Veggie burgers are not all that healthy as it seems.

• The commercially sold veggie burgers are pretty popular in countries like India (as Hindu and Muslim populations don't eat beef and pork respectively) and they include soy which contains small amounts of hexane. Hexane is pretty toxic as it is an air pollutant and a by-product of gasoline refining.

Historical Fact

• Burgers, in general, have been in existence from the Ancient Roman period, which was basically ground meat (patty) places between two loaves of bread. However, the invention of a vegetarian burger is more recent.

Nutrition Fact

• Using a veg patty helps your bones to retain calcium and also reduces the LDL (bad cholesterol) levels which can cause serious heart problems if present in higher amounts.

• One veggie burger contains around 365 calories of which 150 are from fat.