Before I could go on with the post for today, I thought I will let you all know that it is really a great pleasure writing the 100th post on this wonderful blog that we created! Almost a year back, when Sia first wrote to me about this dream of hers to create a blog that would demystify the Indian Cuisine, I was all for it. Infact something similar was running on my mind. So I was only too happy to join the band to create a blog that saw statistics that normally takes many months of hard work to reach.

For that I must thank my BC members for their wonderful contribution. I know our aim is to be known as the one stop place for referring to Indian Cuisines. But it is no way an easy job, still we have hopes that it will happen one day.

And finally thanks to all our wonderful readers, without who's support we won't have reached this milestone. Thank you once again for your continued patronage!

As a way of celebrating this milestone, I am sharing with you all one of my most favorite western dish that I have adapted to Indian Style. I am sure you will enjoy it!

Vegetarian Burgers Indian Style

Recipe: Vegetarian Burgers Indian Style
Preparation Time : 30 mins
Serves : 4
Recipe Level: Easy/ Beginner
Recipe/Post by: Srivalli

Vegetarian Burgers Indian Style


Burger buns - 4 nos
Onions Rings - 8 slices
Tomato Rings - 5 -6
Shredded Cabbage as per taste
White Sauce - 1 cup
Cheese Slices - 4
Potato Peas Patties - 4 nos
Tomato Sauce - 3 tbsp
Red Chili flakes - 1 tsp (opt)
Method to prepare:

To make the White Sauce: Whisk 1 cup of All purpose flour along with 3 cups of milk and cook in 1 tbsp of butter till you get a smooth sauce.

To make the patties: Boil Potatoes, carrot and peas, mash it finely. Then sauté onions, ginger garlic paste along with green chili paste, cumin powder. Then add the boiled potatoes and peas. Once it is cooled, make equal balls, dip in flour that is mixed with water, then on bread crumbs. Shallow fry in on a non stick pan until crisp.

To assemble to burger.

Slice the burger bun through the middle,

Spread the inner sides with white sauce liberally.

On the lower slice, place a cheese slice, sprinkle some tomato sauce if you like.

Press one Patty firmly on it.

Then place the onion slices, Actually you can separate the rings and use less. But I like to munch on the entire slice as such!

Next goes the tomato slices, then the shredded cabbage, Sprinkle the tomato sauce again!

Finally place the top bun slice back on this and press down firmly so that they stick together!

Optionally you can sprinkle Red Chili flakes for extra kick!

I had promised to make this for my daughter for her breakfast. She was very upset as I couldn't finish on time. So she lived on burgers through the day, for lunch, evening snacks and for dinner. I only tasted a quarter piece of the tempting one so I know it was way to good!

Special Notes/Tips:

  • White Sauce can be prepared ahead of time and stored.
  • Same goes for Patties too. And you can make any vegetable into a patti. Make in batches and refrigerate it for 2 -3 days. Make it on demand for the kids.
Have a great weekend ahead and hope you will join us in celebrating our 100th post by making this at your home and enjoying it!

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  1. J // 25 February 2010 at 23:56  

    looks gr8.. it is a gr8 hit with kids.. have never used white sauce in burger.. use it often in pasta.. loved ur idea.. will try it next time.. Cheers..

  2. meeso // 26 February 2010 at 02:52  

    Wow, has it already been 100 posts! It seems like you just started this blog! Burger's look yum!

  3. Expression ! // 26 February 2010 at 03:08  

    Looks simple yet delicious.Will have to try soon,mouth watering pictures.Thanks for sharing.

  4. Expression ! // 26 February 2010 at 03:08  

    mouth watering pictures.Need to try soon.Thanks for sharing.

  5. Ruchikacooks // 26 February 2010 at 03:10  

    Congrats to all team people of BC.

  6. Vaishali Sharma // 26 February 2010 at 03:40  

    Congrats on ur 100th Post! Burger looks yummy.

  7. jayasree // 26 February 2010 at 12:18  

    Kudos to the BC team...
    Indianized burger looks delicious.

  8. Premalatha Aravindhan // 26 February 2010 at 17:22  

    I love this burger!Best wishes for ur success...