Veggie burgers are just as delicious and diverse as any other kind! Make a veggie burger with beans, tofu or tempeh, falafel or portobello mushrooms.
These versatile vegetarian burgers can be baked, barbecued or pan fried. Serve in a floury soft roll with avocado, lettuce, sour cream and grated or shredded cheddar cheese.
A fish-flavoured burger filling made from tofu, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. You can serve this in slices as a vegetarian main for a seafood dinner or also cut into chunks and used in stir-fries.
Kids love these carrot and cornflake burgers. A great and tasty meatless dish - a good alternative to meat burgers.
I serve these with a mashed potato fritter and cheese on a hamburger bun but you can easily just make this the meat with your favourite toppings as a quick easy meal.
A chickpea burger is a good alternative. Slap them on at your next barby or fry them up for lunch or dinner.
Veggie burgers can burn a little easily on the barbie, so it's often a better idea to cook them in advance and then just warm them over the coals so they get some grill marks.
The unbeatable bean is a great low-fat, high-fibre protein source that's rich in folate (and other B vitamins) as well as minerals, including iron, potassium and magnesium.
These eggplant balls are a great vegetarian alternative that are quick and easy to make and be served in pasta sauce, curried or as a rissole.
I really don't like the lentil burgers that you buy pre-made so after some trial and error I have come up with this recipe that has a lot of ingredients but isn't that hard to make.
A tasty veggie sandwich that feeds four, with oven grilled eggplant, slices of red capsicum, soft goats cheese, tapenade and grated Parmesan on a French baguette.