2 Beyond Meat or Plant-based Burger patties
1 tbsp Vegetable oil
2 Slices of cheddar cheese
2 Brioche hamburger buns
1 tsp Butter, for the bun
salt and pepper to taste
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Set Ninja Foodi to BAKE at 400ºF
Season each Beyond Meat patty with a pinch of salt and pepper
Baste vegetable oil on both sides of each patty
Place the patties into the Ninja Foodi Cook & Crisp Basket
Bake patties at 400ºF on each side for 4 minutes, total 8 minutes
Place cheddar cheese on top of the patties and broil for 1 minute
Remove from the basket and set aside
Butter the brioche buns and bake at 400ºF for 1 minute in the Cook & Crisp Basket
Assemble the Beyond Meat Cheeseburger between the top and bottom brioche bun and top with Crispy Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushroom*
Beyond Meat Cheese Burger with Crispy Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushroom
If you're craving a tasty cheeseburger without the beef, then this Beyond Meat cheeseburger is the perfect recipe. This recipe is a great vegetarian option to try and delivers all the delicious flavor and juicy texture of a beef burger. Fast and simple to prepare using the Ninja Foodi, you can have a delicious vegetarian burger on the table in less than 20 minutes. Easy prep, walk-away cooking and minimal mess to clean afterward makes this recipe a great one-pot meal for busy weeknight dinners.
What is a Beyond Meat burger?
Beyond Meat is a brand of plant-based vegetarian and vegan burgers. An alternative to using beef, each burger patty contains 20g of plant protein, contains no GMOs and its soy and gluten-free.
What is a Beyond Meat burger made of?
Beyond Meat Beyond Burger patties are made up of pea protein isolates, rice protein, mung bean protein, canola oil, coconut oil, and other natural ingredients like potato starch, apple extract, and beet juice. The proteins provide the bulk and juiciness of the burger and the red color of the burger is achieved using the beet juice.
Where can I get Beyond Meat Burgers?
Beyond Meat products are now widely available in many restaurants and fast-food chains. You can find Beyond Meat burgers in the meat alternative section at Whole Foods, your local supermarket and also order Beyond Meat Beyond Burgers online from Amazon.
Why eat a Beyond Meat burger?
While many people enjoy a juicy beef burger, the Beyond Meat burger offers an excellent vegetarian and vegan alternative to beef. It looks and cooks like a burger and also has the same taste and texture of meat which has always been a major hurdle many meat alternative products have yet to overcome. When you also consider that each burger patty is packed with 20g of plant protein, is free of any GMOs and is soy and gluten-free, Beyond Meat burgers offer great options for people who don't consume beef.
How should I serve the Beyond Meat burger?
This recipe is a great vegetarian alternative for a beef cheeseburger. There are also many options on how you can serve this burger. For a completely vegan meal, use the Beyond Meat burger patty, omit the butter and cheese and serve on a vegan bun. To make this recipe gluten-free you can also use a gluten-free or lettuce bun in place of the brioche hamburger bun.
Garnish the burger with any toppings you like: ketchup, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, mayo...there really is no wrong way to top a cheeseburger! For a really decadent finale, we've topped our Beyond Meat burger with a giant crispy cheese stuffed portobello mushroom. Check out our Crispy Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Burger recipe for more details on how to make this delicious cheesy panko-breaded portobello mushroom burger. When coupled on top of the Beyond Meat burger patty and sandwiched between the sweet brioche buns, this delectable meal is the total indulgence of rich juicy flavor. Try it today and your family will be begging you to make this amazing vegetarian dishes over and over again.
- * Check out our Crispy Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Burger recipe for details on the ingredients and directions for this topping.
- We used Beyond Meat Plant-based burger patties for this recipe however you can use any plant-based meat alternative you prefer.
- This recipe was made using the Ninja Foodi, a programmable multi-use pressure cooker that can also steam, saute, slow cook, dehydrate, bake, broil, roast and air crisp.
- You can also make this recipe with an Instant Pot Duo Crisp, a multi-use programmable cooker that can pressure cook, saute, slow cook, steam, sous vide, air fry, roast, bake, broil and dehydrate.