Make healthy and delicious burgers at home with these recipes for chicken burgers, beef burgers, salmon burgers or veggie burgers.
These salmon cakes are very easy to make using tinned salmon (you could also use leftover salmon). Add any spices you like.
Black beans and sweet potatoes are spiced with chillies, cumin and garlic, then grilled for a great vegetarian main or burger. They can also be fried. These black beans are not the Asian black beans in sauce but the Latin American-style black beans.
Tasty, rustic, moist and delicious! If you grate the onion, this mix makes awesome meatballs and also makes a good meatloaf.
Black beans are a staple of many soups and stews in the Americas, however, if not available they are interchangeable with red kidney or pinto beans.
These are great served with plain yoghurt with some mint and cumin stirred into it. Add rice or couscous and a green salad and you have a tasty, easy barbecue dinner.
These burgers are vegetarian but pleasing even to meat eaters. Serve on good buns with all your favourite trimmings.
Low fat home-made burgers extended with mushrooms for extra taste and fibre. You can grill them instead of frying or - of course - cook them on the barby. A really good way to get fussy kids to eat well! Serves as burgers or as rissoles with veges.
The advantage of making your own burgers is that you know exactly what's in them, they look and taste better than any take-away, while being a really healthy meal. An orange and raspberry relish adds a lovely fresh flavour.
This recipe includes a delicious coconut mint mayonnaise which perfectly complements the Thai flavours.
These tasty rissoles are great for cooking on a barbecue and a treat for your guests. You can make them ahead.