In A Jiffy Curry Chickpea Burgers


Hellllooooooooo. Hope your Thursday is going great!

I left you with a bit of a teaser this morning….


Eric and I are crafting.

As part of my ‘stay off the computer during the evening’ pact, I decided that I could use my evening downtime to craft!

I am notorious for never printing any of my photography shots, so I decided that I needed to put an end to that. I submitted a ton of my favourite shots to Costco for enlargement and printing and then Eric and I picked them up last night. Costco has amazing prices and super fast service. Afterwards, we booted it to Michael’s Craft Store for oodles of picture frames (thanks to Amanda for the tip). Michael’s has aisles and aisles of frames…who knew!?!

Eric is also a photography fanatic like I am, so he was quite pumped about this project and offered to help! [Although, he insists what he is doing is not ‘crafting’…lol]


I said, ‘Ok, Ok, you are building things with your super manly hands, does that work??’   :biggrin:

We took the prints and each selected our favourite ones. I had over 60 shots printed off and we had to narrow them down to around 20! I felt like I was picking my favourite children.

Dearest maple baked beans and healthy spelt pancakes for one, I’m really sorry you didn’t make the cut this round. For some reason you didn’t look good blown up. Love, Ange. (tear).

I bought a mixture of frame styles because I wanted a bit of variety. We also got some frameless ones that I don’t have any shots of yet.



Is this real life? 


How amazing would a bowl of oats that huge be?!?

Food picture enlargements = always a good thing.

I also put one of my favourite quotes on one of my most recent shots!!


The quote says, ‘To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art.’

I also made it the feature of my quotes page if you want to check it out.

Mmm strawberries!


Then I lined up all the ducks in a row!


Now we need help on how to hang/organize them!

We want to do a big collage all mixed and matched and eclectic looking, however we have no idea how to organize them. Maybe something like this

We have about six 8 x 10’s and about ten 5 x 7’s.

Maybe it would help if I put them all out on the table and took one group shot of them together for you to see?


It was serious business.


Well, not really, but we pretended it was…heh.

Look at this adorable giraffe print we also picked out from Michael’s!


We are going to hang it in the family room as the first thing on the wall after living in our house for a year and a half!

Well, aside from our TV that is.

Our walls have been naked for a long time. Eric was perfectly happy with the flatscreen TV being the only thing hanging on the wall. I, however, was not.  :biggrin:

This makes my heart melt.


Eric proceeded to poof out his lips and kiss my forehead like the mama giraffe. I was a bit scared.

I fled from his Giraffe like grip and found solace in the kitchen…


In A Jiffy Curry Chickpea Burgers

These are delicious and majorly addicting curry infused wheat-free chickpea burgers that bake to a beautiful burnt orange colour. The seeds give the burgers a fantastic crunch and texture. You won’t be able to stop at just one…or two…or three…

Adapted from my In A Jiffy Spelt Veggie Burgers and Emily’s Vegan Black Bean Burgers.


  • 1.5 cups cooked chickpeas
  • 1/2 cup regular oats
  • 10 baby carrots or 2 carrots
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil (or oil of your choice), melted
  • 1.5 tsp Arvinda’s Curry Masala (or other good quality curry powder)
  • 1/2 tsp Paprika
  • 1/4 tsp Tumeric
  • 1/4-1/2 tsp sea salt, to taste
  • 1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tsp Parsley flakes (optional)
  • 3 tbsp sunflower seeds
  • 1/4 cup pepitas (pumpkin seeds)


Directions: Preheat oven to 375F. Grease a baking sheet or line with parchment paper and set aside. In a food processor, process the oats, carrots, and all the spices/seasonings (sea salt, black pepper, curry masala, paprika, tumeric, optional parsley) for 30 seconds or until somewhat smooth. Now add in the chickpeas at 1/2 cup increments and coconut oil (melted), stopping to scrape down the bowl as necessary. [My food processor was quite cantankerous during this process (it didn’t process the chickpeas well, but that may have been because I doubled the recipe and I had too much in my bowl!)]. Once the chickpeas are mostly processed and smooth, take the mixture and place in a medium sized bowl. Stir in the sunflower seeds and pepita seeds. Wet your hands and shape patties or balls. Makes about 6-8 patties depending on how big you want them. Note: You can also pre-bake these for about 20 minutes and them pop them on the BBQ to finish them off!

For my first test batch, I made smaller patties and left some chickpeas whole…


They turned out delicious, however the whole chickpeas made the burgers fall apart a bit too easily.


They will be great for crumbling over salads!!


Afterward, I loved them so much I decided to make another batch and this time I doubled the recipe above! It was almost too big for my 12-cup food processor. I made 6 huge patties from the mixture.


I baked these huge burgers at 375F for 20-25 minutes on each side until golden.

They turned out incredible!!!!!!! Look at that rich orange/golden curry colour…Mmmmmmm!!


I also made Eric’s favourite new snack for a side…


That would be shredded carrot salad with my Better Than Bottled Balsamic Vinaigrette dressing!


Eric has a little obsession with carrots! They are his favourite veggie. He walked into the office the other night with a huge honking bowl of shredded carrots (plain!) and wouldn’t leave me alone until I tried some.  I admit, they are pretty good…but I’m feeling a little ‘carroted out’ at the moment.


Somehow this happened again….!


That would be two patties with a 1/4 cup of roasted red pepper hummus smothered in between.

I swear to you, no buns are even needed! It might just be one of the best creations in the world. The Double Down need not apply!

I froze a ton of these burgers and I can’t wait to pop them out of the freezer for quick and easy meals.

Well, we are off for our evening stroll + chat. Then it is more crafting…or as Eric would say ‘constructing’. Night!

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{ 139 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Sheri July 15, 2010

Wow…those are great pictures Angela! They are going to awesome on the wall.


2 Claire July 15, 2010

The burgers look soooo great and I know they have to be just as tasty as the first batch! The photos look great too! I always want some foodie photos framed!


3 Sarah @ Long Legs Healthy Life July 15, 2010

I love your pictures! That is such a great idea, and it fits ‘you’ so well. You should check out Young House Love for more examples of collages if you need them!


4 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

Thanks I will!


5 teri June 30, 2016

super yummy but i can’t even get 1.5 C of chickpeas in, soooo dry! Help please. what can i do?


6 Lisa (bakebikeblog) July 15, 2010

Angela – what a great way to use your wonderful photos!!! Such a great idea!!!!


7 Courtney (Delightful Devours) July 15, 2010

Ha, that is amazing! A healthy (and realistic) version of the double down shall I say? I always say that buns are never needed if the middle is so fantastic.


8 Tina July 15, 2010

I would never think to have foodie shots to decorate the home, but those look lovely! Well your photography is always gorgeous so its to be expected. ;) That reminds me – I need to get to redoing photos in our frames. They’re so old!


9 erica July 15, 2010

those photos are amazing! this makes me remember that i wanted to print out tons of pics…
and that giraffe print! SO adorable!


10 Kait July 15, 2010

Love the photos! What a great idea! I know YHL is on your “Read” list, but one of their best posts, in my opinion, was this one on asymmetrical frame groupings.

I actually took this project and did a thank you note wall at my work based on it, and it looks way cool. Maybe it will give you some inspiration? Good luck!


11 Ann July 15, 2010

I agree! I think an asymmetrical collage would look much cooler! I think it would look a little bit better if there are less large gaps between the pictures though. I hope you know what I mean! I’m excited to see your final product! The pictures are amazing :)


12 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010



13 Liz July 15, 2010

Seriously, if you hid the frames, I never would have believed those were real foods. What great pictures of pictures you take!


14 liz July 15, 2010

oops, I meant “were not real foods”


15 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

hahah tks!


16 Jil @ Peace, Love & Munchies July 15, 2010

Gorgeous! A lovely project!! My walls are still pretty naked…sadnesss! haha


17 highonhealthy July 15, 2010

You know how people have favorite celebrity couples? Well, I have favorite blogger couples and you and Eric are number one. You guys are freaking adorable and I hope that my future relationship(s) is(are) similar to the one you two share. Just had to throw that out there.. haha. :)

Those chickpea burgers look amazing and I’m bookmarking the recipe to be made sometime in the near future!


18 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

awww you are so sweet thank you :)


19 Heather @ Side of Sneakers July 15, 2010

Frame collages are my go-to decorating motif :) I find it’s best to just haphazardly lay them out on the floor (pretending it’s the wall) and see what you end up with. Then just keep moving them around til you’re happy! THEN take a picture or draw a diagram or something so you don’t forget where they all go!! :)


20 Bethany @ More Fruit Please July 15, 2010

When I was planning to do a photo collage on my wall, I traced outlines of the frames on newspaper and cut it out and then arranged the newspaper squares on the wall so I could get the layout that I wanted.


21 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

awesome idea!


22 Michal July 15, 2010

I have a dream of someday putting some of my photos up in my home! But I think if they were food photos I’d be hungry All. The. Time.! Especially such gorgeous shots as yours :-)
I like the Martha example, but I’d almost like it…. less synchronized. A few shots a little higher than the rest, a few a little lower. But I’m into asymmetry that way.
Thanks again for your morning post! It totally inspired me and led me to set a new PR :-D


23 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

congrats on your PR!


24 katie didit July 15, 2010

I love how vibrant the colors are! I think the framing should be more assymetrical though, it would show off the colors and they would play off each other! Another blog, did an example….It’s the green nursery room a couple photos down that I’m talking about :


25 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010



26 Jodie July 15, 2010

They look beautiful and they look real. Especially the bowl of oats.


27 Kailey July 15, 2010

You have such a beautiful backyard! I love when you take outdoor pictures :D

I like the idea of the pictures (from the pic you posted). I like it when photos aren’t symmetrical and are kinda all over (but somehow they all come together and WORK) Good luck!


28 A July 15, 2010

I’m not sure if you read Dooce ( aka the original Blogger) but she is all about all things interior design and posted a blog, about making collages amongst other things. Shes even an hgtv blogger now. check it out :)


29 LisaG July 15, 2010

I think you need to frame some pictures you had taken from your trips. They are gorgeous. You may have some hanging somewhere already.


30 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

I agree!


31 Daniel July 15, 2010

Those photos are amazing, that’s such an awesome and creative idea to make blown-up pics of them!!

The burger recipe looks delicious too, I love chickpeas! I can’t wait to try this… is there a substitution I could make for the coconut oil though? I’m still not on the lots-of-coconut-is-actually-good-for-you bandwagon quite yet (I’m getting there though!).

Also, would you happen to have any tips on how to make just one of these burgers (or any)? I’m always afraid to make a whole batch and then freeze them incase I don’t like how they turned out, and when I try to make just one, they never seem to bind very well. :P


32 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

hmmm not sure…you might be able to scale down the recipe by dividing by 6 or 8…?


33 Wei-Wei July 15, 2010

Great photos! Would you consider selling them as actual prints? You could make a pretty penny off of those! Love the bowl of oats :D Is there VOO parfait anywhere?! Oh, and your Double Down Chickpea Fest looks awesome! (chickpea patty, mashed chickpea/hummus filling :D)



34 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

not sure, I had never thought of it!


35 Heather (heather's dish) July 15, 2010

omg i am in LOVE with your crafty-man-hand project :) and i know exactly where i would put all of mine too! consider that idea stolen!


36 Kaitlin With Honey July 15, 2010

Angela, that is the best idea EVER! I am absolutely, 100% going to do that with my food photos. You and Eric are geniuses.


37 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

hehe tks!


38 Kristina July 15, 2010

um, Angela? you should open an etsy shop. (I know, in your spare time…)

I would totally purchase the pea one with the quote. (I LOVE that pea photo)

just sayin’


39 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

good idea!


40 Kris July 15, 2010

Awesome photos! I am going to just hire you for our next family photoshoot! :)

Ethan’s favourite veggie is carrots too!!!


41 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

Id love to!


42 Cara July 15, 2010

Those shots are so beautiful!
You are so talented.


43 Rachel July 15, 2010

Wow! Great photos!! Are those for sale? hahha So sharp :)


44 Krystina July 15, 2010

Those prints are beyond gorgeous; they look professional!

Those burgers look delicious. I must try.


45 [email protected] knackfornutrition July 15, 2010

I just wanted to let you know how beautiful your photography is. Seriously, the photos that you have posted so far are absolutely gorgeous. I think that is a great project. It’s important to surround yourself with what makes you happiest. :)


46 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

Thank you so much :)


47 Julie @SavvyEats July 15, 2010

Your photography is SO beautiful…love the art project!


48 Kt July 15, 2010

Ange, it’s official, you are my FAVOURITE blogger! Reading your posts always makes me smile :)


49 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

LOL thank you you just made me smile!


50 Twisted Chicken July 15, 2010

You guys are doing just fine hanging the giraffe 1.5 years after you moved in. This week we celebrated 17 years in our house and I finally decided to hang some art 2 weeks ago. 17 years was the magic number for me. I guess we’re going to stay here for a while.


51 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

hahaha nice!!!! ;p


52 Rhea (Greek Feaster) July 15, 2010

LOL at Eric’s manly crafting! Reminds me of Jake and his SUPER MANLY Green Monstahs! ;)
And you really should sell some of your photos. I think they would be beautiful as notecards. Sometimes I see art vendors at the farmer’s market, maybe you could rig something up and become the baked-goods-goddess-arts-extraordinaire!! :D


53 LC @ Let Them Eat Lentils July 15, 2010

Check out! They have the best displays of multiple small picture frames combined into wall art. It’s kind of my new obsession.

Those burgers look phenom.


54 Exercise and Eat July 15, 2010

The first thing I thought of when I saw that pic was why do people eat double downs when they can have nutrition and flavor?!?


55 [email protected]:// July 15, 2010

The pictures are fabulous, so jealous.


56 Jessica @ How Sweet It Is July 15, 2010

LOL – that definitely beats the Double Down!


57 Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat July 15, 2010

Your house is going to look SO gorgeous!!! I hope you printed some of your vegan overnight oat combos because those are beauties!

I think Eric and I would get on quite well… I could probably give him a run for his money on carrot consumption!


58 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

you could have a carrot comp?


59 Jen July 15, 2010

You’re pictures look great! What about arranging them so once they’re assembled on the wall they form a square. Using the mixed size arrange them on the table to see how you like it best, measure the dimensions on the table, get a level line and move them from the table to the wall. I’m not sure if that makes any sense, but I can’t find a picture to show you what I mean. Maybe check with Young House Love too- they have great ideas.

And don’t feel bad about having no pictures up, we’ve been in our house 3 years and still haven’t gotten around to hanging photos- we’re too busy remodeling the rooms. We’ll hopefully get to it this winter.


60 Shanna @ Shanna Like Banana July 15, 2010

Gorgeous pictures! I think you should also showcase them at your Farmer’s Market AND even sell them. I’m sure Foodies and restaurateurs would love to hang them :)


61 Elli @ 16 and Losing It July 15, 2010

Your pictures are so good! I’m sure they will look amazing whatever you do with them. I have the same giraffe picture! I think I even got it at Michaels! weird :P Those chickpea burgers look so yummy!


62 Liz @ Tip Top Shape July 15, 2010

Aaww, what a wonderful way to spend an evening! And those Chickpea burgers looks DELICIOUS!!


63 Allie (Live Laugh Eat) July 15, 2010

We saw a bunch of framed food photos at IKEA the other day and my mom suggested we print of mine out to frame in the kitchen!

They’d make great holiday gifts too dontcha think?


64 JenATX July 15, 2010

Allie, these would be a GREAT gift idea.. especially if one of the ingredients or meals is from a dish that you make w/ a certain friend often. that way when they look at the picture they always think of you :)

how do you get the carrots to shred so finely? thanks!


65 Allie (Live Laugh Eat) July 15, 2010

For the post I did today, I needed to shred carrots but found that our shredder was moved to our soon-to-be-new-house. I just whirred it in the magic bullet and out came shredded carrots. I may never use a shredder again!


66 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

I think they would make an AWESOME gift!

I used my KA food processor to process the carrots


67 Rosey Rebecca July 15, 2010

As always, I have a million things to say about your amazing post. I just love your blog so much–it makes me ramble! Ha

Ok, well, I love your picture/craft thingamajig. I think all of your pics are great, especially the one with the strawberries.
I have the SAME giraffe picture on my wall. It’s actually in the background of one of the pics I posted today on my blog! SO go us for having the same picture in our post. woo!
Your chickpea burgers look and sound delicious. And so does the shredded carrot/balsamic creation. LOVE your hummus burger. :-) THE end.


68 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

aww thanks!


69 Jolene ( July 15, 2010

I love that your printed some of your pics to frame!!! I haven’t printed any of mine either, but I just might have to!


70 Jenn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog) July 15, 2010

Those chickpea burgers look so yummy!

Love all the food photos. I’ve been wanting to decorate my kitchen with pictures of my food. :)



71 Diana @ frontyardfoodie July 15, 2010

Oh my goodness how beautiful! I want more close ups! Photography is something I really want to get more into.


72 Kara @ MyWellnest July 15, 2010

Gorgeous pictures! Love the one of the strawberries! It will look amazing!


73 Hannah July 15, 2010

Oh Man
I love the pictures they are just so clear,
Ha ha, I had a little chuckle about the whole giraffe thing
I just want to tell you that I find your blog such an encouragement and it seems that you cover every topic I struggle with Thanks :)


74 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

Thanks Hannah, glad you laughed at that..I sure wasnt laughing! ;p hehe jk


75 Molly July 15, 2010

Your pictures look absolutely amazing! I can’t wait to see them all together and up on the wall. Your creativity gives me lots of ideas. Thanks!


76 Emily July 15, 2010

Your pictures look gorgeous! I can’t wait to see how you decide to hang them on the wall. You are a talented photographer.

Also, I love chickpea burgers! But, I have the same problem. They never want to stay together!


77 Laura (youngDCliving) July 15, 2010

This clip might help you!

It’s one of my favorite blogs–I think you’ve probably heard of it :)


78 Chelsey July 15, 2010

What a creative idea!!! I love the “eclectic” look of different sized pictures/frames on walls. Are you thinking you want to stagger them as well?

I really wish my bowl of oats every morning was as big as the picture you blew up. For Real, that would make my life sing songs of praise.


79 Diana @ VEGeneration July 15, 2010

The chickpea burgers look DELISH! And I was lol’ing so much when you said you were running away from Eric’s mama giraffe kissies hahaha :D I can’t wait to see how you’re going to decorate the walls! Sounds like a lot of planning but also loads of fun and quality time well spent. Good luck!


80 Sarah July 15, 2010

I love your photography. Your house is going to be a foodie dream come true :)


81 Michelle @ Give Me the Almond Butter July 15, 2010

I love carrots, but whoa not as much as Eric! haha


82 Rachel July 15, 2010

What a great idea! Those pictures are going to be a great addition to your home decor! Can’t wait to see them all up. Oh, and those burgers sound DELISH!!!


83 Camille July 15, 2010

I love all the photos! They are going to look fantastic on the wall!


84 Jo July 15, 2010

I love the last picture so much! Two patties with hummus in between, that sounds yummy :)


85 Hillary [Nutrition Nut on the Run] July 15, 2010

I hope you realize people would BUY your beautiful photographs — they would!

I have the quote on my blog too – it’s a favorite <3 <3 <3


86 Dee July 15, 2010

These burgers look amazing! It’s definitely a must try. :) Love all the pictures & frames! GL with your crafting project! ;)


87 [email protected] July 15, 2010

Oh you and Eric are just too cute! Love your idea, the pictures look beautiful ;-)


88 Ashley July 15, 2010

The photos look gorgeous…you guys are too cute. I miss you BOTH! ;) I have actually been thinking of printing + framing photos and trying to sell them to earn some money…not sure if people would want pictures of oats in their house but you never know!! hehe Those burgs sound AHmazing. mmmmm


89 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

i’d buy your oats!!!!! haha

miss you!


90 Bianca King July 16, 2010

Hi! random and strange question- do you find that curry makes you smell when you sweat?


91 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

haha I dont think so…?


92 Jackie (Peaces of Earth) July 16, 2010

oooh, what an awesome project!! Yes, I think you should arrange them all on the floor or table first and take pics :). That way you only have to nail first. I love mismatched frames and random non symmetrical picture collages. It’s going to look so cool!!

Those burgers look INSANE. I need to make them ASAP!


93 Bridget July 16, 2010

Haha I love how Eric just eats a big ol’ bowl of carrots :) Good for him for eating his veggies!

And the glob of hummus on the burgers? Wowowowow!! So yum :)


94 sushma July 16, 2010

Angela, this is my first comment on your website, i religiously read your website every morning, i am Indian, so thanks to the time difference between Canada and India, i get to read your new articles every morning. I love your blog and i have learnt to eat responsibly from your articles at the same time i also enjoy my meal, thanks a lot. i love your love and passion for healthy food, your honesty in relishing each dish is so inspiring. i have culivated it from you and i owe it to you completely.
i read about your carrot salad, i have a few suggestions if you dont mind, the next time you tried grated carrot, add finely chopped onion, 1/2 finely chopped cucumber and 1/2 chopped tomato, green chille, or few paparika and plain yogurt to it and garnish it with cilantro. this is more filling and have it chilled it tastes great. you can add variations to it buy adding sprouted green gram or golden gram as it is called.
And btw Eric looks really cute and trust me you guys make a cute pair~~


95 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

Thanks for the carrot suggestions!
I am glad you enjoy the blog :)


96 Fallon July 16, 2010

I know what I’m making on Saturday!! The curry chickpea burgers sound so good! Do you have any idea how many calories in a serving?


97 Morgan July 16, 2010

I love the pictures! I need to copy! So great!!


98 Emily Lou July 16, 2010

Beautiful pictures! I think it’s always a bit more fun to have your own art displayed on the wall… although that giraffe picture is really cute!


99 Megan @ Healthy Hoggin' July 16, 2010

I love all the food pictures! I’m also a HUGE fan of making big wall collages like that– my husband and I are in the process of doing something similar in our dining room! We’ve laid out all our pictures on our dining room table to get the layout right, then we’re going to transfer it to our wall. It looks really good laid out on our table, but we keep procrastinating the actual hanging, because we don’t want to mess it up! LOL :)


100 carri z. July 16, 2010

love this post!
so colorful and delish!
i am SOO making these
and i think i just
got my husb to
agree to craft with me
to help decorate the casa!
; )
love it!


101 Freya @ Brit Chick Runs July 16, 2010

Those photos are SO stunning – what a brilliant idea!! I officially want to do that in my house when I’m older :D amazing!
The burgers sound FAB too, I LOVE chickpeas!


102 Steph (@mediterraneanmiss) July 16, 2010

Those pictures! That giraffe! That hummus! Those burgers! That bowl of carrots!
This was an adorable post <3
I love that you're making your house so -you-.


103 Chelsea @ One Healthy Munchkin July 16, 2010

I’m experiencing extreme camera envy because there’s no way my little point and shoot could ever take pictures as gorgeous as those! What kind of camera do you use?


104 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010

Its A Canon 30D :) Thanks!


105 Tracey @ I'm Not Superhuman July 16, 2010

I love all of them, but that strawberry one is definitely my favorite. I love it with the wood frame. What a great idea! And they really printed large very nicely.


106 Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday July 16, 2010

I bookmarked this recipe


107 Angela (Oh She Glows) July 16, 2010



108 Emily July 16, 2010

Those pictures are gorgeous!!!

And I think your favorite quote just became my new favorite quote. :)


109 Kristin (Salty Tooth) July 16, 2010

I’m horrible at printing photos! I haven’t even ordered my wedding photos yet and that was over a year ago! I need to get on the photo train ASAP.


110 Olivia (Green Junkie Living) July 16, 2010

These burgers look amazing. I’ve been looking for recipes (beyond hummus) to go through my chickpea stash before I move in 6 weeks, and these will do the trick perfectly. Thanks!


111 Sabina July 16, 2010

my husband looooves shredded carrot salad too! here’s what we put in ours:

– shredded carrots
– dried cranberries
– green onions
– crushed peanuts
– fresh dill
– dressing: apple cider vinegar, honey, freshly ground pepper

hmm… now I think I’ll make some this weekend! :-)


112 Melissa July 16, 2010

WOW look at that burger sammie..yum!!
I was staring at that picture for a long time haha!


113 Lori July 16, 2010

You do have some beautiful pictures, love! What a photographer! And food is beautiful… you also just happen to be able to capture it well! :)


114 Catherine July 17, 2010

Can’t wait to make the Chickpea Patties they look delicious ! And, I agree, it would be so nice to sell your prints here, I want one for my kitchen ! Thanks for all of your Creativity and also thanks to Eric ! Have a wonderful Market Day


115 Alexandra July 17, 2010

Holy moly!!! These burgers were absolutely amazing!! I just finished making them and tasting one! I will definitely be making these again and again and again!


116 Kath July 17, 2010

What a wonderful idea to frame your photos!!!! Might have to do an oatmeal bowl for my kitchen :)


117 Kaitlin July 18, 2010

Hi Angela! I just love your blog! I found it yesterday and tried making these burgers today :) They were amazing! I love them! My family liked them too and they usually don’t like healthy and new foods so that was really nice. I’m going to try and use your recipes when I go to college in September to stay as healthy as possible :)

Thank you! :)


118 Amber K July 18, 2010

What a neat recipe! After you pull the leftovers out of the freezer how do you reheat them? The microwave seems like it would turn them to mush, but maybe if you don’t need to heat them much it would be ok?


119 Kat July 19, 2010

Angela, I can’t WAIT to make these burgers!! I love your enthusiasm for them :)

Your food photos almost brought tears to my eyes, for some reason! Crazy pms I suppose…I love how much you appreciate your food, and plants and all things that grow. This earth certainly brings forth some amazing flavors and colors for us to enjoy. Your blog is so special, thank you for it!!

xo Kat


120 Annie D @ Annie's Simple Life July 19, 2010

I’m making these right now!!!


121 carri z. July 20, 2010

hey ang!

finally made the burgers. so excited to eat
but they came out a bit crumbly.
i didn’t leave any whole chickpeas.

any idears?


122 Stacy July 21, 2010

Our oven is currently not working. Do you think it would work ok to saute these in a skillet to cook them?


123 Lynna August 6, 2010

I just posted a variation of these burgers on my blog (with a credit to you of course!). Here’s the link if you’re interested in taking a look:


124 Preena August 29, 2010

Hey Angela! Tried your Curried Burgers on the weekend and they turned out great. Posted a couple of pics here:

Thanks for the sharing your recipe and see you at the organic market soon!


125 Preena August 29, 2010

Hey Angela! Tried your Curried Burgers on the weekend and they turned out great. Posted a couple of pics here:

Thanks for the sharing your recipe and see you at the organic market soon!


126 Sarah September 25, 2010

I made these today, and SO amazing. Good curry powder is key. I also recommend a dollop of yoghurt – unsweetened soy or greek – on top. Perfect!

To the person above who had crumbly burgers, they may be too dry. I stopped cooking mine after about 15 minutes, but I left a few in the oven after I turned it off and those got drier and much more crumbly because the oven was still hot!


127 Ashley November 4, 2010

Hey I have that giraffe picture too!! Except mine says “first kiss”. Aw I couldn’t resist buying it. I need to get a frame for it though. We’re going to hang it in the bathroom.


128 Marie-Claude May 17, 2012

I just made these for dinner and they were DELICIOUS!! Added some caramelized onion, veganaise, old fashion mustard and avocado, to make a delicious vegan and gluten-free hamburger (with gluten-free buns)! I also made your “Raw beet, carrot and apple salad” on the side, which was crazy good! I want to eat this way EVERY DAY! Thank you so much for all your amazing recipes!


129 Angela (Oh She Glows) May 18, 2012

So glad to hear that Marie-Claude!


130 k June 14, 2013

What do you think would happen if I omit the pumpkin and sunflower seeds? I’m allergic to both. I can have chia seeds though…What would be some substitutions that aren’t nuts


131 k June 16, 2013

I made it without the seeds and they turned out great! I added 1/6tsp cinnamon which I find always goes really well with curry. The recipe didn’t specify how long to leave them in for so I had them in for 27 minutes and it was great. I’m going to make more batches to freeze, my plan is to bake them 20 minutes and then freeze them. So when I want to eat them I can put them in the toaster for 5/7 minutes. Hopefully that’ll work out well!


132 Monika July 7, 2013

Didn’t have tumeric, sunflower seeds, or pepitas. Used some flax seeds and a little extra curry powder instead, they turned out great! My boyfriend loved them. A couple were a little crumbly. Definitely a fast and easy meal, and very delicious!


133 Jill September 1, 2013

I just recently went from vegetarian to vegan. That’s how I came across your blog… searching for vegan recipes. I’ve made a few recipes and they have all been awesome! I tried these burgers last night and baked them for 20 minutes on each side. They were delicious, however mushy in the middle. I baked them longer but they were still mushy. What did I do wrong? I may have mixed them too well in the food processor. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly.


134 WANDA June 10, 2014

Our daughter in law made the chickpea patties for us and served them with hummus. They were outstanding. We loved them. She is an amazing cook and always loves new recipes, and we love being the guinea pigs. So I am copying this recipe and going to try it myself. Thank you so much.


135 moomoo September 30, 2014

I don’t have curry powder but do have all the main Indian spices. Can you suggest a mix that would work well for these burgers? Our family doesn’t really like store-bought curry powder (not sure what is in it that we don’t like…maybe it’s the curry leaves themselves?) but we LOVE Indian spices in general.


136 Angela (Oh She Glows) September 30, 2014

Oh I know what you mean about store bought curry powder, they are very hit or miss. I would just google a home made curry blend as I know I’ve seen them online before. Maybe that is a recipe I could do in the future.


137 Jared October 23, 2014

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138 Jennifer April 20, 2015

Looks great!

Can you grill these on a flat-top grill or cook them in a skillet? Have you tried that?



139 Lisa @ The Meaning of Me January 16, 2016

Just a quick question – do you have something in with those carrots in Eric’s salad beside the carrots? Looks like maybe red onion? Or am I imagining? Would love to know because I ahve a TON of carrots to use… Thanks!


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