Veggie Burgers
Version 1
Contributed by Meg

A delicious, cheaper alternative to garden burgers.

1 egg, lightly beaten
1 carrot, grated
1 onion, finely chopped
1 sweet potato, peeled and grated
1 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
salt and pepper to taste
2-3 T vegetable oil
1/2 cup plain yogurt
1/4 cup ketchup
2 T pickle relish

In a large bowl, combine egg, carrot, onion, sweet potato, flour and baking
powder.  Add salt and pepper to taste.  Form mixture into siz 5-6" patties
and set aside.

Prepare yogurt sauce.  Combine yogurt, ketchup and relish.

In a large skillet heat oil until very hot.  Saute burgers for 4 minutes
per side.

Remove burgers to plates, serve with yogurt sauce.

Version 2
Contributed by Meg

I prefer bean burgers or soy burgers to veggie burgers.  Veggie burgers
just don't stay together well enough, Gardenburgers are the wosrt for
falling apart!  I have to eat them with a fork!

For homemade burgers I soak and cook the dried beans and mash them or run
them through my Braun hand blender thingymajigger.  you can also use canned
beans.  I prerfer the dried beans because I like my beans not quite as
mushy as they are when they come in the can.

yes!!!  They freeze wonderfully!  My favorite are black bean burgers.  

All I do is cook the beans, mash, mix with whatever (usually fully cooked
rice), make into patties, and fry them up.  Serve with a little salsa mixed
with sour cream and you're ready to go!  You can also add grated veggies if
you want.

Version 3
Contributed by Jo

I'm usually too lazy to make my own veggie burgers, I buy them. OTOH, in a 
pinch when I "need" a burger, any mushed bean combined with cooked rice, 
cooked or not oatmeal, or mashed potato flakes is good. Just pat and fry.
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