Makes 6 burgers.
This burger is the perfect antidote to a mega appetite. This is absolutely delicious shaped into 6 good-sized burgers or rolled into small balls, baked, and served on toasted buns, over rice, or as appetizers.
These burgers can be made ahead, fried, and frozen for a quick and easy meal down the road.
In large bowl, place rinsed and drained canned beans. With potato masher, mash beans until creamy but still a little chunky. Add remaining ingredients, except for bread crumbs, oil, buns, and toppings.
Using your hands, work mixture together until fully blended. Shape mixture into 6 equal-sized patties about 1/2 in (1.25 cm) thick. In medium-sized bowl, place bread crumbs and press each burger into crumbs until lightly coated.
In frying pan, heat oil over medium heat. Add as many burgers to pan as you can, making sure not to crowd them. Cook over medium heat for 3 to 4 minutes per side, being careful as you flip them. Remove and repeat with remaining burgers.
Assemble burgers on lettuce-lined, toasted brioche buns and serve with toppings of choice.
This recipe is part of the All In collection.
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