Tex Mex Syndian Burgers

15 Min Tex Mex Syndian Burger

Summer entertaining is all about colourful and fresh foods that are easy to whip up when your friend says they are coming over with 30 minutes notice. Let’s be honest, we have all been there.

We had only tried to 2 bean and veg burger once before, so it was nice to bring it back and celebrate the yummy remember the yummy taste and low calories it offers. The 2 bean and veg burger can be found at independent grocers and health food stores throughout Oz. Do remember, if you struggle to find where you can locate the products from the range, get in touch with Syndian and they will locate a store near you. 

Corn chips on a burger? We say YES! This recipe combines the yummy taste of Mexican flavours like guac and salsa with the Middle Eastern goodness of Syndian’s burger patties.  This recipe can be made gluten free by using GF buns and is as always…vegan. All the ingredients are made with natural foods to fuel you all season long.

If you want to or need to add more to this dish, feel free to make some yummy home made sweet potato chips. They are always popular at the BBQ. The recipe will serve 4 (meaning one burger each).



-1 Pack of Syndian 2 bean and veg burgers
-4 bread buns of your choice (We used sourdough)
-Syndian mild or hot salsa
-Syndian Guacamole
-3 tomatoes (thinly sliced)
-1/2 crispy lettuce (cut)
-250 grams of corn chips
-1 cucumber (thinly sliced)
-2 corn cobs
-1 tablespoon of paprika
-Salt and pepper
-2 tbsp of olive oil
-Handful of chopped coriander 



-Ensure your salads are sliced and pre chopped
-Boil corn for 5 minutes then remove and place on an oven proof tray and drizzle with 1tbsp of olive oil and sprinkle with paprika
-Slice burger buns in half and add the buns and corn cobs into a hot grill for a few minutes until desired crisp. Note the corn may need longer depending on your desired taste
-In a low-medium heated pan, add remaining olive oil and cook the burger patties as instructed m heat.
-Whilst they are cooking, layer your burger buns with dips, salads, corn chips and coriander.
-Once burger patty is done, add to your burger and top with extra guac and salsa and enjoy.
-Serve with half a corn cob or extra chips.


-It helped putting a skewer through the centre to hold it all together.
-You can try adding some vegan cheese too!
-Don’t forget to tag us in your recipe creation @syndiannaturalfoods @sydneyveganguide

Syndian Tacos


Here is my latest recipe obsession. Right now I am all about simple meals that are quick, healthy and convenient. I usually enjoy my tacos with jackfruit or beans, but I decided to add a Syndian spicy smoked chipotle sausages, which are both gluten free and vegan. You can find this product at most Coles around Aus, check here to see if there is one near you. 

So I have always been a big Mexican eater, I love how it encourages you to share food and enjoy lots of different textures and sides. Traditionally you would never see tabouli on a taco, so you’ll have to trust me on this one. 

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I did. It will only take you 20 minutes to whip up and it’s both vegan and gluten free. 







-1 Pack of Syndian Smoky Chipotle Sausages 
-8 Pack of taco shells
-Syndian Chipotle black bean salsa
-Syndian Guacamole
-2 Cups of quinoa tabouli (you can make or buy it fresh). This is the recipe I used and just added extra parsley.
-1/2 chopped lettuce (I prefer a crunchy type like cos or iceberg)
-1 Lemon (chopped into wedges)

-Preheat oven to cook taco shells
-Prep your tabouli, if you have decided to make it fresh.
-Then cook the sausages as instructed on a low-medium heat. Whilst they are cooking, chop your lettuce and set aside.
-Place tacos in oven and cook for 5-10 minutes until crunchy
-Then once sausages are cooked and tacos are ready the fun begins. You can now assemble your tacos as you wish and top with guac, salsa and a squeeze of fresh lemon.


-You might like to slice the sausages whilst frozen and enjoy them sliced up in your taco.
-You can try adding some vegan cheese too!
-Don’t forget to tag us in your recipe creation @syndiannaturalfoods @sydneyveganguide