Black Bean Sliders wonderfully flavorful and so cute! Plus they are of course nutritional and cheap!!! I'll provide the recipe for the burgers, but you'll have to get creative with whatever you have in your pantry for the toppings.
Here's what I used:
For my toppings as you can see I made some guacamole and a mixed one Chipotle Adobo pepper (remove the seeds) and a tablespoon of the sauce into about a quarter cup of mayo. I also chopped up a sweet orange bell pepper and mixed it into some of the Spicy Mango Ginger Habanero sauce. I had plenty of that sauce left from the Mango Ginger Habanero Drummettes I made a few weeks ago. Lastly I sauteed up some onions and mushrooms then piled them on a burger with Swiss cheese. So get creative and come up with your own fancy toppings. Please let me know what you created.
Along side these protein packed sliders I served Crunchy Baked Squash Chips. Spray a oven safe baking rack into a cookie sheet and coat wtth non-stick spray. Wash and dry two medium sized squash. I used zucchini and yellow squash. Slice your squash into 1/4 inch thick coins. Whisk two egg whites until frothy. Dip the squash in the egg then dredge it in a combination of 1 C Panko Breadcrumbs, 1/2 C flour and 1/2 C Parmesan cheese. Place squash onto the rack coated and bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes. Keep an eye on these, my first batch came out a bit darker than I would have wanted, but they were delicious just the same.
You could also serve your Black Bean Burgers with Crispy Baked Parmesan Asparagus too. These are soooo goood!
Here's how you make the Black Bean Burger:
Remove burgers and toast your buns. Stop steering at your burgers they may look funny but believe me they are tasty, lite and good for you. Add your favorite condiments and serve them up. The men folk in this house didn't know they weren't meat by looking at them, until I said something. They devoured them!
Black Bean Sliders with Crunchy Squash Chips!
Get after it!