Green pea patties! |Vegan | Gluten free

When i was filming a challenge for Youtube – eating only green food  i decided to test making green pea patties.



Usually i find making bean burgers rather hard…. they either crumble apart or are too dry, or if you use too much flour as a binder they can end up tasting rubbery. So basically i don’t make bean burgers so often – not to mention that i am not a huge fan of them either. I find that they often lack texture which i want in my meals… they are too soft or crumbly.

HOWEVER…. i decided to just throw together some ingredients and try making green pea/chickpea burgers, and i was positively surprised with the burgers. Infact, they turned out very good so i thought i would share the “recipe”!



Arond 150-200g peas (boiled/defrosted)

1x 400g can of chickpeas

Salt & pepper

1-2 cloves garlic

1/2 small red onion

Around 100g breadcrumbs (start off with half and add more if necessary)

Around 1tbsp cornstarch

Oil for frying

How to:

Begin by boiling the peas. Dice the garlic and onion.

In a bowl mix together the peas, chickpeas (minus the aquafaba), garlic and onion. Mix until it is combined – but not so mixed that it turns into hummus.

Then add your seasoning of choice – and some salt and pepper. Along with the breadcrumbs… start off with half and add more if necessary.

If the mix is too loose, then add some cornstarch or a little flour.

Form into patties and fry on medium heat – turning over after a few minutes.

Eat either warm or cold, works great either way!

Combine these patties with some sauce, rice or roasted potatoes 🙂



2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hi! Thank you so much for the useful information.I really like it 🙂 and it’s look delicious and healthy.Keep it up! 🙂


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