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Chickpeas burger Patties (Vegetarian Burger) in Indian style

These days I am kind of falling in love with the western food!!!! and I think this is because it is easy to make and I can modify to whatever taste I would like to. Today I made this yummy burger patties they are really delicious and I bet you will love it too!!! The main reason behind making this burgers is my hubby, he has been asking to make sandwiches for the lunchbox, but I felt only sandwich is not good enough for a lunch as he does a laborious work every day in the office. So, I wanted to make a highly proteinaceous and yummy recipe and that is how I came up with the idea of these delicious burgers and now I'm sharing with you!

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Here is the recipe
Chickpeas/Garbanzo beans/ senagalu(white)- 2cups(When measured with 200ml cup)
Cumin seeds-1/2tbsp
Red chili powder-1/2tbsp
Salt to taste
wheat flour-2tbsp
Chopped coriander leaves/cilantro- 1/4cup
grated carrot-1/2cup
Onion finely chopped-1/4cup
Grated ginger-1/2tbsp
chopped garlic-1/2tbsp

Take chickpeas in a medium size bowl and wash them. Soak the overnight in  a water and boil them. Do not cook them till they become mushy. Drain water and take them in a mixie/food processor then add all the above ingredients except carrot, cilantro and onion and grind it. Finally add remaining ingredients and mix well. Taste the mixture and adjust to your taste. If you want to make little Indanised version add chat masala/dry mango powder. Now take handful of mixture and roll it in to a sphere and flatten it. Finish it on all sides so that it remain smooth and there is no air inside it. Spread oil on all sides of the pattie and fry on a griddle. Yummy burger patties are ready!!!

Tip: Kindly note it please, these burgers are very tender, they break easily since there is a very little binding, if you do not mind having egg then I recommend you to add one egg along with onions and carrots and mix well. Egg acts as a super binding agent and also adds moisture and great texture to your patties. If you do not like adding egg then add more wheat flour, if your patties are tender.

For making burger I used 1tomato, 1slice of american cheese, 1tbsp of mayo, 1lettuce leaf and 1 onion ring with whole wheat bread. You can prepare it to your taste.


  1. very yummy and interesting .... healthy too love to have it

  2. This is such a wonderful recipe..Thanks for posting it..Bookmarked..


  3. Amazing pictures. Amazing dish

  4. really yummy burger deepthi

  5. Love your site Gppd food recipes and Happy to follow :)Excellent pictures and recipes

  6. super veg burger... love to try it.. and happy to follow you too.. Thanks for stopping at my place and encouraging

  7. Very healthy patties and the burger looks very inviting..

  8. Lovely recipe, specially for vegetarians..

  9. fabulous recipe... looks yummy...i must add your blog header looks fantastic...

  10. look wonderful I haven't had this type of vegetarian burger

  11. Love the idea of chickpea burger. A guaranteed hit with vegetarians.
    Your posts are very informative. Totally going to follow you :)

  12. Thank you all fo rthe lovely comments!!!!


  13. Thank you all fo rthe lovely comments!!!!


  14. burger looks really yumm yumm..nice cliks......Thanx 4 d super dish dear.......

  15. patties looks really yumm yumm..nice cliks......Thanx 4 d super dish dear.......

  16. Yummy burger patties looks so inviting n tempting too....

  17. yummy burgers..loved it

  18. Hey DD! 1st time here.. You've got an amazing blog!!! :) :) Superb layout and recipes!

  19. that looks so perfect and tempting..yumm!!


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