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Vegan Black Bean Fritters

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These vegan fritters are prepared with black beans, red peppers, onions, and cilantro.

They are oven-baked with a little vegetable oil for a tasty and healthy alternative to the deep-fried ones.

Enjoy the fritters on their own for a finger-licking appetiser, or serve them with guacamole, rice, and a side salad.

Health

Time

35m

Cost

Nutrients

156 kcal

Carbs 14 grams

Sugars 3 grams

Total Fats 6 grams

Saturates 1 grams

Fibers 9 grams

Proteins 7 grams

Nutrients Data

The nutrients information on this page refers to a 2000 Kcal daily intake diet.

Each nutrient has a progress bar. A full progress bar represents the total allowance for the nutrient, based on a 500 Kcal meal.

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Carbs, Sugars, Total Fats, Saturates
Less than 50% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
Between 50% and 95% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
More than 95% of maximum recommended intake for a meal
Fibers, Proteins
More than 50% of recommended intake for a meal
Between 25% and 50% of recommended intake for a meal
Less than 25% of recommended intake for a meal
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Good for Diets

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Alcohol-Free
  • Pescatarian

No Allergens!

Servings

4

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Step 1

In a food processor, blitz onions, black beans, peppers, and coriander until you have a chunky mixture.

Ingredients List

Large Red Onion1
Canned Black Beans240g
Red Peppers150g
Fresh Coriander2tbsp
Ground Oats2tbsp
Ground Flaxseeds2tbsp
Water90mL
Garlic Powder1tsp
Paprika1tsp
Chilli Powder1tsp
Oregano1tbsp
Canola Oil1tbsp

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Step 2

In a mixing bowl, combine the bean dough with oat flour, flaxseeds, water, garlic powder, paprika, chilli powder, and oregano into a creamy batter.

Ingredients List

Large Red Onion1
Canned Black Beans240g
Red Peppers150g
Fresh Coriander2tbsp
Ground Oats2tbsp
Ground Flaxseeds2tbsp
Water90mL
Garlic Powder1tsp
Paprika1tsp
Chilli Powder1tsp
Oregano1tbsp
Canola Oil1tbsp

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Step 3

To make a fritter, pour a spoonful of batter over a baking tray brushed with oil, and press down to give it a flat pancake-like shape.

Ingredients List

Large Red Onion1
Canned Black Beans240g
Red Peppers150g
Fresh Coriander2tbsp
Ground Oats2tbsp
Ground Flaxseeds2tbsp
Water90mL
Garlic Powder1tsp
Paprika1tsp
Chilli Powder1tsp
Oregano1tbsp
Canola Oil1tbsp

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Step 4

Bake the bean fritters for 20 minutes at 235°C (455°F), then flip them and grill them for 5 minutes until crisp.

Ingredients List

Large Red Onion1
Canned Black Beans240g
Red Peppers150g
Fresh Coriander2tbsp
Ground Oats2tbsp
Ground Flaxseeds2tbsp
Water90mL
Garlic Powder1tsp
Paprika1tsp
Chilli Powder1tsp
Oregano1tbsp
Canola Oil1tbsp

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