Your kids will love this fast food recipe with a healthy gourmet twist

Your kids will love this fast food recipe with a healthy gourmet twist

Burgers have been a go-to snack for most children for a long time. But if your child is tired of it for a long time, and so are you, you can try this new recipe! Chef Amrita Raichand brings you mini veg burgers which are not only healthy but also have a special gourmet touch. Wondering how you can make such a simple snack gourmet as well as nutritious? Don’t worry, here’s everything you need to know.

The secret weapon in Chef Raichand’s arsenal is none other than caramelized onions. She shares through an Instagram video that nothing beats a mom’s home-cooked meal, and we couldn’t agree more.



1 tbsp – Butter

1 onion, sliced

Boiled chickpeas

¼ cup – grated carrot

¼ cup – grated zucchini

½ cup – Potatoes, boiled and mashed

1 tablespoon – Paprika/chili powder

½ cup – Chaat masala

½ cup – Turmeric powder

2 tbsp oil

Mini buns





Caramelized Onion:

*Add butter, onions and throw them in low heat until it shows color.

*Add sugar for caramelization and stir well.


*Mix chickpeas, zucchini and mashed potatoes with salt, pepper, paprika, chat masala and turmeric powder.

*Mash fine and mup into small meatballs.

*Fill the steaks in cornmeal mud, and cover the steaks with breadcrumbs.

*Fry meatballs.


*Add butter, buns and toast them easy.


*Add ketchup and mayonnaise mixture to the bun slices.

*Place lettuce, tomatoes, meatballs, sliced ​​cheese, caramelized onions in the burgers.

These veggie mini burgers are full of protein, vitamin A, vitamin C and minerals because of the chickpeas, carrots and zucchini added to them, says Chef Raichand while preparing the dish. This is in addition vegetables like tomatoes and lettuce, which is great for yours children! The caramelized onion does the trick with its new flavor that adds the coveted gourmet touch. This healthy snack will not only surprise your child but also keep them happy and healthy, says the chef.

Chef Sohail Karimi agrees that the recipe contains nutrients that can keep children healthy as well as full. “It contains all the major food groups from micronutrients to macronutrients, and since it’s a heavy meal, it can help keep you full and prevent overeating.” Although the caramelized onions are Chef Raichand’s favorite, Chef Karimi said the patties are the heart of any burger.

He shared another secret weapon for homemade mini veggie burgers. “There are many other easy ways to make this. The simplest way to make it is with potato patties, which we use at home for chaat,” the chef concluded.

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