Leftover vegetables Burger Recipe

Leftover vegetables Burger Recipe

15 mins
2-3 people
15 mins

Leftover vegetables Burger

Got leftover lauki ki sabji and some boiled potatoes?

Don't let them go to waste! Instead, transform them into a scrumptious and innovative meal that will surprise and delight your taste buds – the Crispy Lauki-Potato Burger accompanied by Flavorful Cajun-Spiced Potato Wedges. This wholesome and delicious combination is perfect for those looking to enjoy a unique twist on the classic burger while making the most of leftover vegetables. With the perfect balance of flavors and textures, this culinary creation is sure to become a family favorite.


Portions serving: 2-3 pax

Preparation time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 30 mins




Lauki ki sabji - 250 gm

Salt - pinch

Black pepper - pinch

Aloo bhujia - 50 gm

Boiled potato - 250 gm

Fresh coriander, chopped - 10 gm

Burger bun - 2 no

Corn flour - 50 gm

Oil - 20 ml

Butter - 10 gm

Cheese slice - 2 no

Green chutney - 20 gm

Imli chutney (Tamarind chutney) - 20 gm

Chopped onion - 20 gm

Cajun spice - 2 grams

Green chillies - 5 gm




In a mixing bowl, mash together the cooked lauki ki sabji, boiled potatoes, finely chopped onion, aloo bhujia, and chopped green chillies. The combination of these ingredients will create a medley of flavors and textures for the burger patty.

Season the mixture with a pinch of salt and black pepper, enhancing the taste and adding a mild spiciness to the patty. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly until they blend into a smooth and cohesive mixture.

Gradually add corn flour to the mixture, coating it evenly to achieve the desired consistency for shaping the patties. The corn flour will act as a binding agent, holding the patty together.

Divide the mixture into equal portions and shape them into round patties. These patties will be the heart of the crispy lauki-potato burger.

In a pan, heat a little oil over medium heat. Carefully pan-sear the patties on both sides until they turn golden brown and develop a delectably crispy crust.

While the patties are cooking, slice the burger buns into halves. Apply a generous layer of butter on the cut sides of the buns to impart a buttery richness.

On a separate hot pan, pan-sear the buns until they become crisp and lightly toasted, elevating the taste and texture of the burger.

Now, let's add an explosion of flavors to the burger. Spread a layer of mayonnaise and imli chutney (tamarind chutney) on the inner sides of the toasted burger buns. The combination of the creamy mayo and tangy tamarind chutney will tantalize your taste buds.

Add a dollop of green chutney for an extra kick of freshness and zingy flavor. Place a fresh lettuce leaf on the bottom half of the bun, creating a bed of greens for the patty.

Carefully place the crispy lauki-potato patty on top of the lettuce leaf, ensuring it sits comfortably between the buns.

To add a cheesy delight, place a slice of your favorite cheese on the patty, allowing it to melt gently and envelop the patty with creamy goodness.

For the finishing touch, sprinkle some aloo bhujia on top of the cheese to add a delightful crunch to the burger.