OMS Vegan Burgers

 

These are super delicious and filling! If you love and miss burgers on OMS your not alone, I did too, but these are the perfect substitute and much better for us.

I’ve made my own vegetable patties before with chickpeas, sweet potato and spinach which are pretty easy but it takes time. I found this brand of Lentil & Chickpea Patties at Coles with no canola oil in them - I know! it’s a miracle!! So these are perfect for last minute dinners or to keep in the freezer.

 
 
Eatwell Canola Oil free Vegetable Patties - OMS friendly

Eatwell Canola Oil free Vegetable Patties - OMS friendly

 
 

I also love this Hummous by PILPEL, they use extra virgin olive oil and not canola oil like most other brands so both brands are completely OMS safe.

 
Pilpel Hummous - OMS friendly

Pilpel Hummous - OMS friendly

 

Vegan cheese is not OMS as it contains coconut oil you can just leave it out if you want. Sometimes I have to od piece but it’s not a consistent thing for us. We had some when we were camping so I threw it in.

I’ve adjusted the recipe to feed a family of 4. Like I say they’re pretty filling so should satisfy the man or men of your house!

 

recipe (serves 4 )

Vegan Burger

Vegan Burger

  • 4 Sourdough bread rolls

  • 2 Avocado’s mashed

  • 2 Slices vegan cheese halved (omit for OMS)

  • 1 Packet of Eatwell Vegetable Burger Patties (as above from Coles)

  • 3-4 Vine or Sun Ripened Tomatoes, sliced

  • Mrs Balls Peach chutney

  • 8 Cos Lettuce leaves

  • Pilpel Hummus

  • Sea Salt & Pepper to taste

  1. Heat a non stick pan. Take 2 patties and cut in half so you have 4, heat each one in the pan on a low to medium heat for about 5 minutes on each side till warmed through and lightly grilled on the outside.

  2. Slice each bread roll open length ways and place face down in the pan for a few minutes until warm. Alternatively if your at home bake in the oven on 180 degrees celsius for 5-10 minutes till warm and slightly crispy on the outside. If camping just place face down on a clean hot plate on the camp fire.

  3. When the bread rolls are warm begin to layer toppings - add a good layer of mashed avocado to the base, followed by a layer of peach chutney and season well with sea salt and pepper. On the lid spread a good layer of hummous.

  4. Place the cooked vegetable pattie half on top of the avocado, vegan cheese half, a few slices of tomato, a few lettuce leaves and place the lid on top.

    It gets pretty messy but it's worth it!

    Enjoy!!

    Simonne x