Farro bean burgers

I have been making vegetarian burgers for the longest I can remember but this is the first time making farro bean burgers.

farro bean burger

I have never used farro to make vegetarian burgers but after making these farro bean burgers I know it will not be my last. I have mentioned before that I cook most of my grains, except pasta, on my rice cooker and so I did farro as well.

I have quite a few kitchen counter appliance and my rice cooker, besides my blender, are the ones that get the most use. Between cooking rice and quinoa, which we eat pretty often at my house, I don’t know what I would do without it. It is a very inexpensive piece of equipment so if you cook these items often I highly suggested. It is super easy to cook such things in it including farro.

When I cooked the farro in the rice cooker it didn’t turn out mushy. I like my grains sort of tender so I just doubled the amount of water for what I had for farro and it turned out perfect. Cooking in the stove top maybe slightly different. I would suggest at least doubling the amount of water for farro used and cover the pan you are cooking it in.

These farro bean burgers were a super hit. I will probably be making them again very soon. They are super healthy, easy to make and filling.

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  1. That delicious dish , here in Uruguay eat lots of food like this.

  2. Do you happen to know if they sell the beans in stores or only online? O love bean soups..so great for fall and winter. Thanks for another great recipe!

  3. This looks so delicious, my dear! Perfect comfort food for this time of the year!

  4. oh my goodness. . I’m so happy to have stumbled upon your lovely blog. . my slow cooker seems to take up semi-permanent real estate on my kitchen counter in the fall and winter so I love this recipe! Pinned!!

  5. Any thoughts as to how to adapt this for an all day cook (setting up before work, finishing up with greens and corn when we get home)?

    • I would set it up on low for 6 hrs and that should be enough time I think. After the 6 hrs the slow cooker goes to the warm setting so you should be ok. Then when you get home just add the greens and cook for an extra 30 minutes. I think this may work!

  6. This looks delicious! The next time we have guests over, this will definitely be on the menu!

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