Vegetable Masala Burger

These burgers are awesome and are made with only veggies and no soy. The burgers are made from potatoes, carrots, green beans, corn, bell peppers and "indian" spices. These are best made on the stovetop or grilled (George Foreman). 1 burger= 120 calories, 8g fat, 360mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g protein. Give these a try!
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07/ 7/2007
Reviews (27)

July 17, 2007

I don't care for Garden or Veggie Burgers, and I think these are OUTSTANDING. Tender, potatoe-y ... vibrant but not overpowering. If you love indian flavors, you'll love these. I cut them up and use them as a snack, or, bake them for a sandwich. Try them between two pieces of toasted Naan bread, for a delightful sandwich.

July 29, 2007

These burgers have a great flavor. I stuff pieces into a whole wheat pita with baby greens, tomatoes and tzatiki sauce or hummus. It makes a fast a filling meal!

August 6, 2007

Wow. I was expecting veggie burgers. But these taste like pakoras. Absolutely delicious, that's all there is to say. If you like the best of Indian food, you'll like these.

August 25, 2007

These are great with a piece of the TJ garlic naan, like an indian burger!

August 27, 2007

These potato-based burgers have a very nice masala flavor. I heat the patty in a skillet so it gets crispy on the edges. They remind me of a hashbrown, so I like to serve it with "steam-fried" eggs. But next time, I think I'll tuck one inside a toasted pita. Yes, it tastes like a pakora, but without the greasy batter. Not bad for 120 calories each!

September 10, 2007

Best veggie burgers ever. Of course, they hardly taste like hamburgers, but I'd prefer one of these patties over a brger any day. Very flavorful and filling, without trying to taste like meat.

November 16, 2007

Wish they had more protein, but they're a great, healthy alternative to richer Indian dishes.

January 7, 2008

These are really good. I cook mine on the stovetop and have them with more veggies and some spicy Indian sauce (TJ's brand, can't remember the exact name).

January 26, 2008

These were quite good! I served them with raita made with the Fage greek yogurt and the frozen naan. I would not call this a "burger". I thought that these seemed more like an Indian potato pancake! Excellent.

March 17, 2008

I love to eat these just as snacks with some ketchup.

April 17, 2008

Eating it right now with some tzatziki and hot sauce (makes everything better). Pretty good for a 5 minute meal. Wish it had less sodium though.

April 17, 2008

These are so tasty and almost healthy eating...I say "almost" because I fry them in butter before eating but you don't have to. They are a little fragile so stovetop is probably best. I just ate two and I could eat two more!

June 8, 2008

i try not to eat more than one in one sitting.

October 8, 2008

I cook these up in my George Forman Grill, and they always come out fantastic! However, I fear that they may have been discontinued...I hit both of my local TJ's yesterday and neither one had any sign of them :(.
byTrader Giosetta

October 29, 2008

These really do taste like pakora without the deep fried coating! (Which I don't like anyway... too greasy.) They're not like a typical "veggie burger" at all, and that's why I love them. All the ingredients are pronouncable. They're basically potato-vegetable patties infused with spicy Indian goodness. I heat one in a frying pan, make some brown rice, then break the "burger" over the rice and add a vegetable. You don't need to add anything else, the flavor's all there. If you're like me and you love Indian food but also like to eat healthy, this is should be a staple in your freezer.

November 28, 2008

great burgers, and cheap too!

January 20, 2009

Being allergic to soy, I try to stay away from it. Tofu "wanna-be" Meat products are at the top of the list. When I saw these were all vegetables and no soy, in the cart they went. I love these.

February 15, 2009

These are sooo good. I love the Indian spices. Great for a snack or a meal..good crumbled on a salad, too.

They cook up in about 3 minutes, so they are fast food for when you are really hungry and want good food in a hurry.

March 10, 2009

One or two sautéed, on a plate, no bread required = dinner.

September 26, 2009

Love these. Quick, no-fuss, Indian-esque meal.

Can eat them as a burger, or sliced up in wrap / on salad / etc.

Only downside is that there really isn't much protein to be had.

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