These budget friendly burgers are not only tasty, but kids love them and they're good for the waistline. Serve as you would a beefburger, or in a wrap with houmous, chilli sauce and shredded lettuce.
Used different ingredients. Having read the comments about blandness I added 2 tbsp fresh herbs: corriander and parsley and a teaspoon of cumin powder. I found them very tasty - 12 Feb 2010
Very nice but a bit too sweet because of all the carrot/cornflakes. I did add cumin/garlic/parsley abd grate the carrot. To remedy the over sweetness I am going to add next time a bit more celery, rosemary, and a dash of vinegar. A couple of good chef tips with these kind if burgers is to squeeze out the moisture frim the carrots by adding salt and squeezing the moisture out with your hands -that way they fry better. Also once you've made them into burgers you should refrigerate for 25 mins so they get harder - that way they retain their shape when frying, I fried using 1kcal flora spray and worked well. I didn't need a bun/bap and dont think it needs to be served with one either - just use some good quality crisp salad and couple of tbsp of mayo or natural yoghurt. Overall a very good recipe - just tweak it slightly to suit your needs. Finally forgot to say be generous with the salt as the burgers seen to need a fair bit. - 25 Nov 2013
Used different ingredients. Instead of cornflakes I used branflakes and added a crushed clove of garlic. - 27 Jul 2010