To make the burgers meatless, use 1/2 cup more bulgur and replace beef with 3 ounces shredded cheddar (1 cup) and 1 egg white.
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Rating: 5 stars
This is a great alternative to the plain everyday burger!! Loved. Keep burgers on the cooler side to prevent breaking
Rating: 3 stars
Pretty much as everyone else has said....the burgers fall apart very easily. They were pretty good though; reminded me of a Lebanese hamburger....i will probably add a little feta to the hamburger mix next time to give it a little more flavor....
Maybe incorporating a tiny bit of canola oil, olive oil, or safflower oil to hold it together. Egg would be strong flavor I would think but you could use that.
Rating: 2 stars
This isn't very good. Bland as hell. The burgers fall apart when you cook them. Forget about trying to get them on your bun in one piece. The sauce also needs something. Maybe some lime or lemon. I don't know. Don't make this. It's edible, but barely.
There seems to be something missing from the recipe. I followed it closely but my chickpea burgers crumbled while they were cooking. Next time I would add egg, or something else to help the ingredients adhere.