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In a bowl, combine all burger ingredients together and mix well. Divide into 6 equal amounts and mould into round burger patties. Cover with cling film and leave to rest in the fridge for about 30 minutes, or overnight if you need.
Pre-heat your favourite George Foreman Grill to maximum. Grill the burgers until fully cooked which should take 5-8 minutes
To serve, we recommend layering your burger patties in seeded burger buns with a generous dollop of sriracha or other chilli mayo, some lettuce, a slice of your favourite vegan cheese, and top with sliced tomato and red onion. Pair with chunky chips for a feel-good vegan treat!
Fun fact! Did you know that you can also cook frozen oven chips on your George Foreman! Simply put them onto your fully heated grill and cook with the lid down for 5-10 minutes before adding your burgers, and they should be ready at the same time! If you don’t have space for both, cook the chips on their own for 8-15 minutes, depending on chunkiness. If you wanted a speedier cooking time, you can let the chips defrost on a baking tray first, then grill until crispy and fully cooked through.