Prep Time: 10 minutes
Burgers are the classic American diner food we all know and love, but in this day and age, many people are choosing to incorporate meatless options into their dinner rotation. We wanted to give you that option with Suvie. Meatless burgers don’t cook in the same way as their meat counterparts and benefit from the consistent temperature of Suvie’s protein zone. We do a quick broil on either side of the burgers giving them a browned exterior and melty cheese topping. Cooked with a side of potatoes, these meatless burgers are a perfect at-home version of your favorite pub meal, and we’ve even given you options to make this dish vegan!
My Cook: Meatless Burgers
- 2 plant-based burger patties, 4 oz each
- 1 onion, thinly sliced
- 3 tbsp olive oil, divided
- 10 oz new potatoes (1-1.5” diameter)
- 2 burger buns (make sure they’re vegan if you’re going that route)
- 2 slices of your favorite melty cheese (vegan if you prefer)
- 1 tomato, thinly sliced
- 2-4 pieces of lettuce
- Additional burger condiments to taste
Vacuum seal your burgers (here’s our DIY vacuum sealing guide). Place the burgers in a Suvie pan, cover with water and load into upper right cooking zone (we found we had to weight down the burgers during the cook, a spoon or knife placed on top works well).
In another Suvie pan combine the onion with 1 tbsp olive oil, salt and pepper to taste. Load into upper left zone.
Place potatoes in starch pan and load into starch zone.
Fill reservoir, cook now or schedule.
My Cook Settings
Protein: 125°F, 50 minutes
Vegetable: 30 minutes
Starch: 50 min
After the cook, remove potatoes, onions and burgers from Suvie. Remove burgers from pan, pour out water, pat pan and burgers dry. Return burgers to Suvie pan. Drain any excess water from onion pan, pat dry and return to Suvie.
Broil the onions and burgers for 10 minutes. Flip burgers over halfway through the cook. One minute before the broil is done place the cheese slices on top of the burgers and broil until melted.
During the broil, cut the potatoes in half and salt and pepper to taste.
After the broil remove the onions and burgers from Suvie. Place a burger on each bun, top with the onions, tomato, lettuce and any other burger condiments you wish to use. Add potatoes to the plate and enjoy!
A sweet and fruity white wine like Viognier will pair well with this dish.