Barbecue Black-Eyed Pea Burgers Meal Suggestion

Barbecue Black-Eyed Pea Burgers; Recipe and Photo by Susan Voisin
Barbecue Black-Eyed Pea Burgers; Recipe and Photo by Susan Voisin

We really like these burgers by Susan Voisin because they are delicious, they are quick and easy to make, and they hold together well. I always double recipes for burgers and freeze what we don’t eat.

I included Chris’s favorite green salad to make this a meal.

Preparation Notes: A double recipe of burgers will fit in most food processors. I like to chop up the oats a bit in my food processor before I start the burger recipe, but that’s just my personal preference. I also sprinkle the burgers with Cajun seasoning prior to baking (I use this Cajun seasoning recipe minus the salt to make Cajun seasoning). Prepare the salad while the burgers are cooking.

Nutrition Notes: Nutrition information doesn’t include any burger sauces or vegetables. I assumed Food for Life Sprouted Whole Wheat Burger Buns.

Leftover Notes: I freeze leftover burgers, though they can be refrigerated for a few days.

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Recipe and photo by Susan Voisin.


kale salad for blogLeafy Greens with Ranch Dressing



Nutrition information per serving: 548 calories, 7 grams fat,1008 mg sodium (about 240 mg for the dressing mix and over 100 mg each for the peperoncini, bun, beans, barbecue sauce, and coconut aminos) , 102 grams carbohydrates, 21 grams fiber, 22 grams protein, 32 grams sugars, 316% Vitamin A, 368% Vitamin C, 30% calcium, 37% iron.