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How to Cook Veggie Patties in the Oven

author image Jackie Lohrey
Based in Green Bay, Wisc., Jackie Lohrey has been writing professionally since 2009. In addition to writing web content and training manuals for small business clients and nonprofit organizations, including ERA Realtors and the Bay Area Humane Society, Lohrey also works as a finance data analyst for a global business outsourcing company.
How to Cook Veggie Patties in the Oven
Homemade veggie patties on a board with fresh basil. Photo Credit: nata_vkusidey/iStock/Getty Images

Cooking veggie patties in your oven takes longer than with stove-top cooking but requires less attention as the patties cook. However, because the steps you take to prepare the patties are the same, most any veggie patty recipe is a good candidate for oven baking. Whether you prepare and cook them right away or freeze for cooking later, veggie patties can be a tasty treat as well as a good substitute for fat-laden ground meat patties.

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Step 1

Preheat your oven to a medium-hot temperature of 350 to 400 degrees F.

Step 2

Transfer fresh or frozen veggie patties to a nonstick baking sheet with a spatula. As an alternate option, spray a regular baking sheet with vegetable oil spray to keep the patties from sticking to the pan during cooking.

Step 3

Cook the veggie patties for about seven to nine minutes, then turn them with a spatula and continue cooking for another five minutes.

Step 4

Insert a meat thermometer into one or more patties and make sure the temperature is 165 degrees F before removing the patties from your oven.

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