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"There [are] all these different plant-based burger products out there," Rach says, "and because my husband and I are meat eaters, I had never worked with them until this summer. It's something you should try, whether you're a meat-eater or a meat-freer. I'm telling you, I was pleasantly surprised. They're delicious and very addictive."
With buffalo sauce and mustard slaw, even meat lovers will love this meatless BBQ burger.
The slaw is a favorite that Rach also likes to serve with her Buttermilk Brined Southern Fried Chicken. "It's delicious on burgers, dogs, sandwiches or grilled sandwiches, such as turkey or pastrami Reubens," Rach says.
Try Rach's other meatless burgers:
Meatless Cheeseburgers with Hot Honey
Meatless Big S'Mack Burgers
For the Mustard Slaw: In a large glass mixing bowl, whisk up mustard, hot sauce and sugar, then whisk in vinegar, then oil and seasonings. Add onions and their juice, carrot, and cabbage, then toss and chill.
For the Buffalo BBQ Burgers: Heat a cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat. Season burgers and drizzle with oil, add to pan and cook until brown and crispy at edges, 7-8 minutes, turning occasionally.
Meanwhile, in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat, melt butter and add garlic, swirl, add cayenne pepper sauce and Worcestershire, swirl again. Add cooked patties and turn, then top with cheese, if using. Turn off heat and cover pan loosely with foil to melt cheese.
Assemble burgers: bun bottom (Rach likes Big Marty's), pickles, Buffalo burger, slaw, bun top.