The burgers were packed with flavors, it tasted delicious with some papaya chutney.
then reduce heat to simmer, about 15 minutes. Then drain lentils very well, otherwise burger patties will be too mushy.
until the mixture holds together. Season with pepper. Stir in eggs, and mix until well combined.
using a palet knife. Coat the burgers with flour. Saute the burgers in shallow oil until crisp and browned, turning them over carefully to cook the second side, about 8 minutes on each side. Drain on paper towels.
Serve garnished with watercress and tomatoes. Or place on top of toasted hamburger bun, spread some chutney, and top with the other half bun.
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