Veggie burger

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I've enjoyed a number of the Morningstar Farms veggie burgers including the spicy black bean and spicy Indian versions. I thought I'd try the "Grillers Original" kind.

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I sprayed one with oil (both sides) and grilled it for 5 minutes (2:30 per side) from frozen. It probably would make sense to grill the whole box of them at once, then vacuum seal and freeze them, which I will do the next time I make one.

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Topped with Cabot extra sharp cheddar cheese. The burger had cooled off a bit while I was making a salad so I microwaved the cheese and burger for 0:15 which melted the cheese and warmed the burger a bit.

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On a whole wheat hamburger bun topped with lettuce mix, the burger, dill pickle slices and Sriracha. This was really good!

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Served with a side salad, above.


Update: August 3, 2015: I grilled, vacuum sealed and froze the rest of the package so now all I need to do is microwave them to make a quick burger.

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Update August 20, 2015: I've decided that these are my least favorite kind. They're drier and have less flavor than the spicy black bean or the Indian vegetable ones. I think I'll stick with those.

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