Posts Tagged “burgers”

{What My Toddler's Eating} Vegetable bulgar patties

By | May 15, 2014

There are a couple of really important things about these patties. (1) They’re baked, not fried. If you haven’t noticed, I kind of always fry my burgers/latkes/patties so this is fairly groundbreaking. (2) When you don’t fry, you don’t have to distract your toddler from turning off the stove. I know, that sounds really safe. […]

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Homemade corn schnitzel

By | June 20, 2013

Homemade corn schnitzel was on my list of Things I Never Expect to Make. (Also on that list would be bissli, cereal, and mozzarella.) But one fine day, Abi Moskovits mentioned on the What’s for Dinner Facebook group that she was making exactly that for dinner. Corn schnitzel! With canned corn, mayo, bread crumbs, and an egg! […]

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Red lentil feta burgers

By | November 1, 2012

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Fact: I take great joy in making dinner out of nothing. You know those days when there’s really no food in the house, but you still manage to make something that counts as a real meal? So I love it. Like, a lot. These lentil feta burgers are in that category. If you came over […]

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Salmon burgers (on adorable buns)

By | March 13, 2012


This was the real reason I made those bread crumbs yesterday. I mean, I really did have extra bread in the freezer. And yeah, Pesach really is in a few weeks. But I needed a good, solid reason to make bread crumbs. And salmon burgers are a really good reason. Especially salmon burgers in adorable […]

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