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You have started craving burgers now. It is not like this? We’ve come up with a list of drool-worthy burgers that you can make at home. If you’ve had enough junk food this week, these burgers are worth a try. Reason? They come with healthy touches. Have a look.
1. Lentil and mushroom burger
This wholesome treat is not only tasty but also healthy. Made with the goodness of mushrooms and lentils, this burger is quite high in protein. For a guilt-free indulgence, you can use whole wheat buns instead of regular ones. Recipe here.
2. Kodo millet burger
Several health experts recommend including millet in your diet. This burger can be a good way to munch on Kodo millet. Besides being a substitute for rice and dal, Kodo millet is highly nutritious. Packed with protein, this delicious burger is a must try. Find the recipe here.
3. Black Bean Burger with Hanging Curds
To do this, you need to make a nice burger with a mix of healthy black beans, seasonal vegetables, and a variety of homemade spices. Also, it makes a very tasty and creamy hung curd mixture. Last step? Cut burger buns in half, spread with hanging curd mixture, and top with fresh lettuce and baby spinach. Enjoy. Click here.
4. Chicken Burger
This is prepared in just half an hour. And we are very sure that chicken lovers will enjoy this delicacy to the core. So, without waiting too long, make it at home and pair it with crispy fries for a wonderful binge. Recipe here.
5. Chicken Burgers with Feta Cheese and Potato Salad
If a burger is your cheat meal, here’s something you can try this weekend. Served with mustard sauce, lettuce and a delicious potato salad, this mouth-watering burger tastes scrumptious. Click here for the recipe.
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If you’re a hardcore burger lover, we hope your cheat meals are fixed now.
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