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My Latina Heritage
With a Cuban father and Puerto Rican mother, as far back as I can remember, one of the things our family loved to serve with our meals were black beans. We ate black beans with many different dishes including everything from chicken to seafood. “Black beans” in Spanish is “frijoles negros”. In most of the Caribbean the word for black beans in Spanish is “habichuela negra”. This recipe for my latino-inspired Black Bean Burgers combines the flavors of red onion, avocado, cheddar cheese and black bean burger patties for an awe-inspiring taste of veggie burgers in a whole new way. Plus try my Sazón Mayo for extra oomph in your burger. Don’t be fooled by the all-veggie nature of this burger, it’s a filling and satisfying meal for even adult-sized appetites. This recipe for my Black Bean Bugers is inspired by my latin heritage and our family’s love of black beans.
Black Bean Burgers Serving Options
I served our Black Bean Burgers with a side of plantain chips and fresh vegetables. The orange sauce you see on top of the burgers is a combination of mayonnaise and Sazón seasoning. This all vegetable inspired dish is perfect for families who celebrate Lent. This dish not only nourishes the heart, it nourishes the soul. Perfect for families who celebrate this special holiday. This recipe will bring together many of the flavors you love in a burger, with the addition of some new flavors to spice up the taste. The key to creating a tasty veggie burger is fresh ingredients combined with a few pantry staples.
Ingredients for Black Bean Burgers
- MorningStar Farms® Spicy Black Bean Burgers
- OR MorningStar Farms® Grillers® Original Burgers
- 1 Avocado
- 1 Large Red Bell Pepper
- 1 Red Onion
- 1 Head pf Green Leaf Lettuce
- 1 Package of Cheddar Cheese Slices
- 1 Package of Sesame Seed Buns
- Veggies like carrot stick, grape tomatoes, broccoli florets as sides
- 1 Bag of plantain chips
- 2-3 Tablespoons mayonnaise
- 1 Package of Sazón seasoning
If you shop for MorningStar Farms® Spicy Black Bean Burgers at Walmart, you may want to take advantage of this Ibotta offer where when you buy any 3 MorningStar Farms(R) products, earn $3.Directions for Black Bean Burgers
Step 1 – Wash produce and set up all ingredients. Cut red bell peppers into slices, onions into slices, and avocados into slices. Tear lettuce into pieces that will fit onto the bun.
Step 2 – Mix the Sazón seasoning into the mayonnaise until throughly combined. You can spread it onto the burger with a knife or spoon it into a zip lock back and cut off a corer to create a piping of the mayonnaise dressing.
Step 3 – Pan fry theMorningStar Farms® Spicy Black Bean Burgers according to package directions.
Step 4 – Assemble your burger as desired.
Black Bean Burger Assembly
Want to see it all come together? Check out this short video on my Black Bean Burgers
Where you can find the Ingredients
I love how MorningStar Farms® offers great meatless solutions for busy families. It’s easy to substitute meat with an all veggie option to use in breakfast, lunch & dinner during Lent season. You can find all the ingredients you need to create this easy recipe for Black Bean Burgers at Walmart. I found the MorningStar Farms® Spicy Black Bean Burgers and MorningStar Farms® Grillers® Original Burgers in the freezer section.
More Vegetarian Dishes and Meatless Options for Families
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