Yield: Makes 8 burgers
Beans make up the bulk of this burger, but that’s far from all there is to it. Farro gives it texture, while sun-dried tomatoes, Parmigiano, rosemary, and fennel seed add loads of Mediterranean-inspired flavors. Skip the buns and serve over a lightly dressed arugula salad featuring olives, capers, pine nuts, tomatoes, and some grilled lemon, if you like.
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Make Ahead Tips
Wrapped well in plastic, the shaped, uncooked burgers keep in the fridge for a few days. You can also freeze them for up to 3 months. Frozen burgers may be a bit more crumbly in the pan, but they’re still more delicious than the ones from a box. Cook frozen burgers straight from the freezer a little lower and a little longer.
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