GROUND HAMBURGER RECIPES USING IMPOSSIBLETM BURGER
There’s more to ground hamburger recipes than always making burgers! Just because you have Impossible Burger in your refrigerator doesn’t mean you have to make a burger (although they are delicious!). Impossible Burger sizzles and cooks like ground beef(opens in a new tab) from cows*, from the way it browns and sears to its meaty aroma. You can easily swap it into your favorite ground hamburger recipes.
From tacos to enchiladas, meatballs to stir fry, the possibilities are endless. And as a bonus, you’ll also be lowering your environmental footprint with each meal you make, which is a win for both planet AND palette! Check out some of the delicious, meaty recipes you can make with Impossible Burger.
(Made from Plants)
Cooking with Impossible Burger
Let’s take a trip around the world with some of our favorite Impossible Burger recipes. First stop: England and our Impossible™ Shepherd’s Pie(opens in a new tab) from Chef Traci Des Jardins. Few dishes are more classically English than a Shepherd’s Pie, and with good reason. This is comfort food on an epic scale. It’s meaty, hearty and oh so tasty.
From there, how about a Laotian meat salad? Sound crazy? It’s not, it’s delicious! Try our Impossible™ Larb(opens in a new tab). Larb is considered the unofficial national dish of Laos. It’s time to break out of the rut of the salads you’ve been grinding out and try this tangy, bright dish with a splash of lime.
Finally, a stop in Italy for many people’s favorite cuisine: Italian. We like to follow our grandmother’s rule: make lasagna once a month. Our Impossible™ Lasagna(opens in a new tab) is, like Grandma’s lasagna, a real labor of love, with layers of bolognese sauce, noodles, and cheese (use plant-based cheese to make this recipe fully plant-based!). Think of it this way: has there ever been a time when you told everyone that you were making lasagna and people were unhappy? Never. They’re going to love this gooey lasagna made with Impossible Burger.
ORIGINAL IMPOSSIBLETM SHEPHERD'S PIE
- Not Too Tricky
ImpossibleTM Larb Recipe
- Not Too Tricky