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|Calories60Calories from Fat20|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Robin 6 days ago
I read the reviews about these falling apart. I didn’t adjust anything and mine didn’t hold either. That doesn’t matter to me as we loved the taste. Really good for such simple ingredients and will be making them again soon. Glad I tried them.
Ralu D 6 days ago
I made it with 1,5 cups Chickpea and got 7 pieces . Also I have added 2 eggs to avoid crumblings mentioned in the previous reviews. Is delicious
Jungbluth 24 days ago
Mine also fell apart the first time that I made them. I added breadcrumbs, crushed walnuts, and nutritional yeast the next time, they were great! I over mix each time but like it that way!
Carrie Theiss 25 days ago
My patties fell apart like the other two reviewers. That being said, my food processor was broken and I had to use my vitamix. Definitely, recommend using a food processor because in the recipe it does state not to over blend the mixture. Hard not to over blend in a mixer. When all was said and done, I spread the warm mix over a toasted peiced of Italian bread, little bit of hot sauce and it was really tasty. So for flavors this recipe is a four...but don't expect formed patties unless you can make miracles happen.
Mary Spurr a month ago
Tasted good but fell apart and I even added an egg to keep it together. Won’t make this again.
Kimberly a month ago
My patties fell apart in the skillet but,wow, they have really great flavors. Delicious! I ate mine with Vegenaise (vegan mayo).