Try stirring a teaspoon or two of chia seeds through it, then leave for 10 minutes before cooking. They will soak up some of the excess moisture and the gel/stickyness of them will keep the burger firm.
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http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-deta il.asp?recipe=396 - Spicy Black Bean Burgers
I made this recipe over the weekend. I am trying to get my non-veg hubby to like or at least tolerate some of the things I eat (he is so picky!). Anyways, we both agreed that this had great flavor, but he thought it was way to mushy. He said I can make it again, but I need to find a way to change the texture. Any suggestions?
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