Carrot-curry burger

Singlemade: carrot burger

A little while ago, Magda Dobbelaere shared her oat-burger recipe with me. I loved it! I eat oats by the pound, but it never occurred to me to turn it into a hamburger! I just knew I had to make a Singlemade-version! 🙂

I always let the moment and the contents of my fridge inspire me, so this oat-burger turned into more of a carrot-burger. The first attempt came out a bit too sweet, so I added curry powder to find a balance. Delicious! I also added grated cheese, which you can perfectly leave out, but if you’re a cheese-fiend like myself, that’s not an option! :-p
Singlemade: carrot burger

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Carrot-curry burger
Carrot-curry burger
Course Lunch, Side dish
Servings
Ingredients
Course Lunch, Side dish
Servings
Ingredients
Carrot-curry burger
Instructions
  1. Wash the carrot and grate it over a bowl. Don’t bother peeling the carrot. Make sure you’re left with about 60gr of grated carrot.
  2. Add the oats, the grated cheese and the egg. Season with 2 pinches of salt, 6 turns of the pepper mill and a level tablespoon of curry powder. Mix together with a fork until even.
  3. Heat a pan and add a generous dash of olive oil. As soon as the pan is hot, divide the mix into 4 paddies in the pan. Press them together with your hands or a fork to get the paddy shape.
  4. Bake the burgers for about 3 minutes until golden brown. Then carefully flip them with a spatula and bake the other side for another 3 minutes. Turn down the heat a bit.
  5. While the burgers are cooking you can prepare a side salad or a hamburger bun.
Recipe Notes

Tip: This recipe serves 2. The burgers are perfect to take to work the next day, or just freeze them!

Tip: Lactose-intolerant? Just skip the grated cheese!

Singlemade: carrot burger


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Stijn, Caroline and Bram are sold! This burger is surprisingly yummy and easy to make!

Caroline served it in a hamburger bun. Beats the original!

Stijn said you could also make two large burgers instead of 4 little ones! (Tip!)

Tip: Bram didn’t have any oats around the house, so he used breadcrumbs as a binding agent. Just as easy and delicious! 😉


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