Apr 27, 2013

Mushroom & Veggie Patties ( Homemade)

When I have signed up for  a potluck party at work I have no clue what to make , but slowly the piled up items geared up for Grilling and Sizzler theme, so to serve my turn I have signed up for Tandoori Chicken Drumsticks. But I knew if I don't get any veggie item I will be starving at the party ( as majority items in our office potluck end up with non-veg items or desserts which I am not up for...) so I have to make an item for myself, and the box of mushrooms in fridge gave me a hint to make these Mushroom Patties and that suits our grilling theme....Yipppee!  One more addition to My Homemade Patty List.

Mushroom Veggie Patties

Showered in Breadcrumbs....

Roasting the patties with 1 Tbsp Oil
 Here is the recipe, Njoy!

Russet Potatoes - 3 large
Brown Bella Mushrooms - 1 cup ( chopped)
Red Pepper - 1
Spinach - 1/2 cup
Green Peas - 1/2 cup ( frozen)
All Purpose Flour - 1 Tbsp
Corn Starch - 1 Tbsp
salt - 1 tsp
black pepper - 1/2 tsp
coriander powder - 1/2 tsp
chat masala - 2 tsp
Bread Crumbs - 1/2 cup
Oil - 2 Tbsp
Mint ( or cilantro) - 1 Tbsp (optional)

*yields: 10 - 12 medium patties

Preparatory Steps:
Boil the Potatoes until they are soft. Remove the peel and mash them roughly in a medium bowl.


  1. Heat 1 Tbsp oil in the non-stick pan. Once the oil is hot add the chopped mushrooms and red bell pepper. Saute them for 2 min. Add chopped spinach and thawed green peas.  Saute for 2 min.
  2. Once the vegetables become soft add the salt, black pepper, coriander powder and mix well. If you are adding the mint add now. Switch off the stove and let it cool. 
  3. Take the bowl with mashed potatoes and add the APF, Corn Starch and Chat Masala, mix well with a spoon or spatula. 
  4. Now add the sauted Mushroom and Veggie mix to the mashed Potatoes and mix together very well until it becomes like a dough. Divide the dough into equal proportions ( 1/2 cup of). Make each portion into a ball and roll it in your palms and flatten it like a patty. 
  5. Take the Bread Crumbs in a wide plate. Roll the Patty in bread crumbs and make sure on all sides it is covered with bread crumbs.
  6. Add 1 Tbsp oil in the non-stick pan and spread it on the pan. Cook the patties on both sides in the pan and do this in batches until all the patties are done. Now let them cool and make a Sandwich when ever you want. 
  • These stay fresh for 2 to 3 day in the refrigerator or up to 2 or 3 months when you freeze them.
  • Let the patties cool completely and freeze 2 or 3 patties in a  ziplock. When you are ready to use, thaw them for 1 min and microwave it for 1 min on each side ( base on the power of your microwave)
  • Use this patty on sandwiches or in wraps or break them in pieces and add them to your vegetables salads. 
Ziplocked for future use...!

Take care until we meet here again..


  1. Interesting snack! Guilt-free and looks yummy!

  2. Delightfully tasty and yummy patties.

  3. YUM! I will make this for my son Mythreyi :-)

  4. delicious patties with lovely clicks.

  5. Patti looks so tempting .....nice click...

  6. Love those patties . I made a similar patty with pinto beans , but yet to post it to my blog .

  7. Patties look so delicious and tempting.

  8. I love vegetable dishes, and this one looks very interesting. I'll bet they could be made smaller and served as an hors d'oevre. I have all of the ingredients except chat masala. Fortunately, I have an Indian Market right down the street. Thanks!

    1. You can use Curry Powder and Lime Juice combination as alternative to Chat Masala. If the store is down the street, then it is worth the trip. Looking forward to hear from you how they turned out for you Pattie!...:-)

  9. I would love grilling them to make a burger :) Great recipe...



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