edamame umami burger

Edamame Umami Burgers

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Do you enjoy mushrooms’ umami flavor as much as I do? This Umami Edamame Asian Veggie Burger with Sriracha Aioli is not only very delicious, but it’s also packed with plant-based protein and extremely nutritious! This dish is completely gluten-free and vegan. To give it a true Asian taste, you can add toppings such as fried mushrooms, red cabbage, and cucumbers. You may serve this burger with homemade fries or coleslaw as a side dish.

Umami is a Japanese word that means “pleasant savory flavor.” It can be described as brothy or meaty. Foods abundant in the amino acid glutamate, such as mushrooms, have a strong umami flavor and Unami rich foods are often used in Asian recipes.

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Ingredient Selection Tips


Choose mushrooms that are firm, and with a smooth and fresh appearance. If they are white mushrooms, they should have a white surface with no bruises or discoloration. The whiter they are, the fresher they are. Look for ones with short and clean-cut steams, and with a closed underside of the mushroom. That is the sign they are young and fresh.

Noteworthy Health Benefits


Soybeans are mainly composed of proteins, but they are also rich in carbs and fat. One cup of boiled soybeans contains around 29g of plant-based protein. They are also classified as oilseeds, with around 18% of fat content. The carbs in these seeds are good for your gut health.

Soybeans are also rich in some vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin K1, Folate, Copper, Manganese, Thiamine, and Molybdenum.

This rich nutrient content has some health benefits for you such as:

  • It may reduce cancer risk.
  • It can save your bone health.
  • It can alleviate menopause symptoms.


Arrowroot is a starchy root vegetable similar to sweet potato. It is a tropical tuber native to Indonesia. It is usually used as powder or flour.

Arrowroot is rich in carbs and various nutrients like iron, potassium, phosphorus, and folate.

Some of the potential benefits of consuming this interesting vegetable are:

  • may fight diarrhea
  • it can support immune system
  • it is gluten-free
  • it may aid weight loss


Mushrooms are a good source of protein. They are gluten-free, fat-free, low in sodium, low in calories, and cholesterol-free.

They are full of nutrients like B vitamins, Niacin, Riboflavin, Selenium, Copper, Potassium, Vitamin D.

Consuming mushrooms can lower cancer risk, improve the immune system, and help in weight loss.

Diet Preference Tweaks


Swap the bun for gluten-free!

edamame umami burger

Edamame Umami Burger

Yum Caitlin Havener
This amazing Umami Edamame Asian Veggie Burger with Sriracha Aioli is not only amazingly delicious, but it is high in plant-based protein and super healthy!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 30 mins
Total Time 1 hr
Course Dinner, Lunch
Cuisine Asian
Servings 6
Calories 240 kcal


Sriracha Aioli


  • Prepare rice (just prepared is stickier) & steam edamame.
  • Process the onion, garlic cloves, mushrooms, spicy mustard, soy sauce, ginger, red pepper flakes, umami powder, rice vinegar, ground flax, and arrowroot.
  • Add the rice, edamame, almond flour, blend until well combined but still chunky.
  • Shape into 6 patties and put in the fridge for 30 min, or until it's easy to pick up without falling apart.
  • Remove from fridge and brush top with sesame oil.
  • Preheat grill on medium-high for about 10 min or until 375degrees.
  • Lower grill to medium and carefully place patties oil side down on the grill. Cover and cook for about 10-15 min or until easy to flip.
  • Flip and cook until the patty is easily removed from the grill and both sides are firm, about 5 min.
  • Enjoy!



Calories: 240kcalCarbohydrates: 43gProtein: 12gFat: 4gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 411mgPotassium: 593mgFiber: 8gSugar: 13g
Keyword Edamame Banh Mi, healthy burger, healthy comfort food, umami, Vegan Burger
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