Mangia: Chickpea Burgers.


We have been making lots more vegetarian dishes as of late and this one in particular has been a request of our Mums for a while now. So last week I (Lucy) woke up feeling inspired and went into the kitchen to simply cook, have some fun and do what Grandad did best; make it up as I went along. 

I (Kelly) have to give props to Lucy for this recipe because I got to Nanna's house after work last week to find one of these delicious burgers waiting on a plate for me, courtesy of our wonderful mother who said I had to try it, it didn't matter that I was on my way to Luc's house to actually have them for dinner! Call it an appetizer! I didn't mind having more than one though because I was impressed, they turned out really good.

We did actually try to make them again at the weekend using a recipe from a magazine as we were interested to see what the difference would be... I voted Luc's worked best, so we hope you like them!


What you will need:

2 Cans of Chickpeas
2 Eggs
Salt
Pepper
Cumin
Flour
Milk
Breadcrumbs

What to do:

Boil and cook your chickpeas and leave them to cool. 

In a bowl squash your chickpeas and add your eggs, salt, pepper and cumin and mix together. 

In a frying pan heat sunflower oil; enough to cover your burgers.

Make into small round patties, then dip into milk, flour and lastly the breadcrumbs. 

Fry on both sides until golden brown.


What's the best experiment you've have made in the kitchen? It could be something you planned or a happy accident that turned out rather good! Let us know!

Buon Appetito!
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