Today’s vegan recipe is for a Maple Mustard Veggie Burger Bowl.
One of the recipes that I adore so much is my maple mustard sauce. This fall, I ate it in a side dish, drizzled on roasted fall vegetables. However, lately I have been slathering it on everything- especially this potato and veggie burger bowl.
A super hearty lunch or dinner with a nice balance of carbs, protein and fat, making it a great post-workout meal! If you have been listening to my podcast, you’ll know I started being more consistent at the gym, and that means I have been even hungrier than usual! But, maple mustard bowl to the rescue! This has been my go-to in February.
A super simple bowl that is perfect for a quick lunch or dinner! I love having this as a post-workout meal because it has a nice balance of carbs from the potatoes, protein from the veggie burger, fat from the sauce and micronutrients in all those veggies!
6–8 mini potatoes – mine were already cooked because I meal prepped them this week! To see how I meal prep for each week, check out this post!
1–2 cups chopped veggies of your choice (I used bok choy, red bell pepper and spinach)
1 veggie burger patty
If your potatoes are already cooked like mine were, move on to the next step.
If your potatoes aren’t cooked, simply boil or microwave them until they are fork-tender.
In a frying pan on medium heat, add a drizzle of oil, the veggie burger patty and the potatoes. Break the potatoes up a bit so they can get crispy. Cook the veggie burger a few minutes per side until golden and crispy.
In a separate pan, add the chopped veggies and a drizzle of water. Cook on medium heat until softened.
Meanwhile, whisk together maple mustard sauce ingredients. Add everything to a bowl and drizzle the sauce overtop.
Liv B is the recipe developer, video content creator, and photographer behind itslivb.com and the Liv B Youtube channel. She is the author of the best selling cookbooks Liv B’s Vegan on a Budget and Liv B's Easy Everyday. She lives and works out of her home with her husband and videographer/editor Greg, and their two dogs, Willa and Hazel.
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