All the flavors of the classic eggplant parm, wrapped up into one veggie burger and served atop the best burger bun in town.
eggplant parmesan burgers

So, about that time I spent exactly five minutes in Atlanta, screaming, kicking, and running through the airport like a girl unhinged.

Oh, I didn’t tell you about that?


That’s perhaps because it occurred this weekend as I was en route to Charleston by way of Newark and with a pit stop in ATL.

A pit stop, in fact, that was supposed to last one and a half hours, but because a subset of people who work atΒ Delta can’t seem to get their acts together, ended up being exactly five minutes, and thus will henceforth be known as That Time That Delta Tried to Ruin My Life (And My Cousin’s Wedding Weekend).

It all started in one of the most unpalatable places in New Jersey, otherwise known as Newark International Airport, otherwise otherwise known as the place where punctuality and timeliness and the hope of making your transfer flight go to die.Β Our flight was delayed by about 30 minutes from the outset for no true explicable reason other than that Newark couldn’t get the plane we were supposed to take into its landing sequence in any kind of reasonable time frame. Airlines usually overestimate the time it will take to fly from one place to another for precisely this reason so, fine, we would still make it with a little over an hour to spare.

We finally board the plane, are starting to pull away from the gate, when, due to a MISCOMMUNICATION between the pilot and the pushback tug (the guy driving the little car that helps pull the plane away from the gate) there is a thud. A big thud. A thud that requires us to pull back into the gate and wait for two inspection crews to come check out the aircraft. Not only does the fact that the pilot cannot seem to communicate with the pushback tug-ger give you little to no hope that he will be able to effectively communicate with air traffic control…but now you have added a half hour to your late-ness. And are currently in the midst of a state of panic.

Eventually, we are cleared to pull away from the gate, but then the powers that be in Newark have to find a way to fit us into the-already-a-mess takeoff lineup. That’s another half hour.

And before we knew it, we were in the air with an expected time of arrival that coincided exactly with the time our transfer flight was supposed to be lifting off. If I thought I was in a state of panic before…I was wrong.Β This was the state of panic. Full force.


So we land in Atlanta, immediately pull out our smartphones and see that, lo and behold, our second flight has been delayed by fifteen minutes!! Meaning we have exactly fifteen minutes to deboard the plane and get to our second gate. There is hope!

The.Boy decides to take one for the team and shove his way to the front of the plane so that he can run ahead and try to get the gate attendant to hold our flight for a few minutes if need be.

So my sister and I, carry-ons in tow, exit the first aircraft only to discover that our second flight is in ANOTHER TERMINAL in the Atlanta airport.

All of a sudden, there is little to no hope. But we both look at each other, understanding what we are thinking in the way the only sisters can. Take a deep breath.

And run.

Never have I ever been so glad to be at the peak of marathon training fitness in my entire life. Because sprinting up and down an elevator while holding luggage? Not easy. Not easy at all.

Running a 5-minute-mile pace while holding luggage and trying to dodge ALL THE PEOPLE. Even harder.


Long story short, the gate attendant at the second flight pretty much ignored all of The.Boy’s pleas (/screams/threats) to hold the flight.

But we made it nonetheless. With a whopping thirty seconds to spare.


And take that Delta. I will NEVER be flying with you again.


There is really no good segue for heading into these burgers, other than the oh so cliche – comfort food! We deserved it.

But, you should know that these are kind of the best veggie burgers I’ve ever made. Two eggplant-haters ate them and wanted seconds.

And the buns? I will never buy another storebought burger bun ever again in my entire life. I solemnly swear. Because these are the pinnacle of bun perfection.

Another thing to note is that I made these on a T-fal OptiGrillΒ that I was sent to review! Basically, it is an indoor grill with precision grilling technology that can sense the quantity, temperature, and thickness of whatever you’re cooking so that it can cook it perfectly every time. It’s perfect for grilling inside during the colder months and also for grilling wetter/looser items (like veggie burgers!) that are wont to fall through the grates of an outdoor grill.

(Even though I was sent an OptiGrill for free, I was not compensated for this post in any other way AND my thoughts and opinions on it are my own.)


One year ago…Pumpkin Oatmeal Cinnamon Chip Cookies

Two years ago…Lasagna Tart, Pad See Ew

Three years ago…Chickpea and Quinoa Salad with Lemon and Tahini, Pumpkin Spice Milkshake with a Cranberry Sauce Swirl

Four years ago…Linguine with Roasted Red Pepper Pesto, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Scones

Homemade Poppy Seed Burger Buns
Homemade burger buns with a thin, chewy outer crust and a soft fluffy inside - perfect for holding up to any burger!
Yield: 8 buns
  • 2 tbsp unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 1 egg plus 1 egg white, separated
  • 3½ cups all purpose flour
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 1¼ tsp salt
  • 1 tbsp active dry yeast
  • ¾ cup lukewarm water
  • poppy seeds
  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, combine the butter, egg, flour, sugar, salt, and yeast. Mix briefly to combine. Mix in the water until well combined. Switch to the dough hook and knead on medium-high speed for 4-5 minutes. Add water by the tsp, if necessary, until it comes together.
  2. Put dough in a large bowl and allow to rise, covered with a damp dish towel or plastic wrap, until it doubles in size, 1-2 hours.
  3. Gently deflate the dough and divide it into 8 equal pieces. Shape each piece into a ball and flatten it slightly so that it is about 1-inch thick. Place on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet. Cover with plastic wrap and allow to rise for an hour.
  4. Preheat the oven to 375.
  5. Whisk the egg white with 2 tbsp of water. Brush the buns with the egg whites and then sprinkle with the poppy seeds. Bake for 15-18 minutes, or until golden. Allow to cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Adapted from Love & Olive Oil
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 bun
Eggplant Parmesan Burgers
All the flavors of the classic eggplant parm, wrapped up into one veggie burger.
Yield: 4 burgers
  • 1 large eggplant (about 1 lb)
  • kosher salt
  • 1 cup panko
  • ¼ cup parmesan cheese
  • 2 tbsp minced parsley
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • marinara sauce
  • 4 slices mozzarella cheese
  1. Cut the eggplant into 1-inch cubes. Bring a pot of salted water to a boil. Add the eggplant and boil uncovered until eggplant is soft, about 10 minutes, pushing them down as necessary so that they stay in the water. Drain and let cool. Then press out as much water from the eggplant as possible (I used this Potato Ricer to do it). Very finely chop eggplant.
  2. In a bowl, combine the eggplant with the breadcrumbs, cheese, parsley and garlic. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Mix in the egg.
  3. Split eggplant mixture into four patties. Cook on an electric grill or shallow fry in olive oil for 3 minutes total, turning once halfway. Transfer to a plate lined with paper towels.
  4. Preheat oven to 350.
  5. When ready to serve, place each burger on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Cover with marinara sauce and a slice of mozzarella. Heat in the oven until cheese has melted, 2-3 minutes. Serve atop a burger bun.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 burger


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81 Responses to Eggplant Parmesan Burgers on Homemade Poppy Seed Buns

  1. Beth says:

    Oh, Joanne, I’ve done a couple of those airport runs and they are no fun! I’m glad you got there okay. (And wasn’t the.boy sweet to take one for the team?)
    Your burgers look great, too!

  2. You make baking bread look so easy! Great recipe, can never go wrong with eggplant parm!

  3. Erika says:

    Girl.. I live in Atlanta so I know how those gate attendants and the chaos that is found in Hartsfield Jackson Airport can be.. Glad you were able to make your flight. Love this twist on eggplant parmesan.

  4. Kathryn says:

    Ah, I had connecting flights (especially in the US). It’s such a nightmare and nearly always ends up with a panic race through an airport somewhere. You have my deepest sympathies but I’m so glad you made it to the wedding in one piece : )

  5. Barbara says:

    Trust me when I say this (from the perspective of my great age) flying USED to be a pleasure. Really, it did.
    Unfortunately, Delta is not the only airline that has problems.
    Anyway…this burger is right up my alley. I adore eggplant!!

  6. Genius!! Eggplant burgers AND buns?! Reading and contemplating how wonderful these surely taste, helps to gloss over the trauma endured by your travels. Nice job, Joanne!!

  7. Sam says:

    This is why I avoid flying whenever possible. Also–wow. I need to get my hands on some eggplant NOW.

  8. Jessie says:

    Oh man, what a nightmare! I’m glad the three of you made it to your connecting on time (and kudos to the.boy for attempting to stall the plane!) I remember missing my connecting flight by about 30 seconds. The plane was still there with the door open, but they were like no no no. And I was like, but I can see where I’m supposed to be! A lot of this stuff doesn’t make sense.

    These buns though. They make perfect sense. And how’s that for a segue? πŸ™‚

  9. Oh my goodness, I love everything about these burgers!
    And kudos to you for making your flight! You two are rock stars! But…what a nightmare πŸ™ Sorry it even happened….

  10. Sarah says:

    These look great, will definitely be pinning to make when I get the chance! I’m scared of yeast though, so may just buy some buns….. Also, I made your cinnamon-apple cupcakes for the second time yesterday, and they turned out brilliantly once again! My family devoured them! Thank you πŸ™‚

    That Delta experience sounds like a nightmare! The first time I went to the US I flew with them, and on our way back they changed our flights without notifying us, only realised the morning of flying when we logged on just to check what terminal we needed to go to…. For future reference though, sometimes if airlines have messed up, if you tell the air hostesses that you have a connection to make, the pilot will radio ahead and get them to hold your flight. Won’t always work, but it has worked for me in the past! πŸ™‚

  11. I love that you turned the eggplant into a burger they sound great – – – and – – dont get me started on the time Delta lost my niece even though we payed a $100 fee for them to keep an eye on her b/c she was a minor flying alone.

  12. Oh my I want to eat this burger right now. LOoks amazing! SO glad you made it onto the connecting flight. I too will never fly with Delta!

  13. bellini says:

    Flying Naples to Rome to Amsterdam on KLM we were 1-1/2 hours on the tarmac, missing our flight altogether. The airline put us up in a hotel with dinner and a buffet breakfast, phone card and emergency kit. Glad you made your connecting flight by nanoseconds ..and yes you do deserve these burgers.

  14. This is genius!!! LOVE IT! Vegetarian and completely a comfort food! Beautiful work, totally pinning this one!

  15. I’m beginning to feel like the Atlanta airport is cursed for Delta flights. My younger sister got ragingly sick there once and my older sister got stranded there (without a cell phone!) flying back for her wedding. She had brought her wedding dress as her carry on, so she had nothing but whatever could fit in her purse for the 24 hours she was stuck there. Needless to say, I will add HOURS onto my travel time just to avoid the place!

    These eggplant burgers look amazing. I’ve actually been trying (and failing) to make something similar because I refused to cook the eggplant in advance — guess I’ll have to give in, because WANT.

  16. Pam says:

    SO STRESSFUL! Flying always makes me on edge. So glad you made the second flight.

    The eggplant burger and the bun both look AMAZING! Love the gooey cheese dripping off. YUMMO.

  17. Colynn says:

    Oh, Delta. I, too, have spent one too many times running through the Atlanta airport. It’s always a pleasant experience. I have actually had flights that were delayed overnight because of Delta. Needless to say, I haven’t flown Delta since.

    On a lighter note, I can tell that these burgers are awesome. I’m not the biggest fan of eggplant myself. However, eggplant can be perfectly delicious when cooked correctly, and I can tell that you did that here. πŸ™‚

  18. PL says:

    Looks very delish, but why are you hiding the eggplant? It’s smothered in cheese, and I cannot see what it looks like. I love eggplant by the way!

  19. Oh my gosh, I was stressed out just reading that. Flying with connecting flights is seriously the most stressful thing ever. SO glad it all worked out for you! And also, I’m SO glad you posted this recipe! πŸ™‚ These sound so delicious…i would never think to make an eggplant burger.

  20. Ughhh! Airports suck. Actually, I had a situation a couple of weeks ago when we flew to SLC for my grandmas funeral but it was all my fault. I packed my D.L. in my checked luggage and when I got to the security gates I was ID-less πŸ™ In my defense I was totally zapped from the weekend and was car sick. Luckily, the guy at the security gate was very nice and let me go through with my hospital ID badge. Of course I had to basically be strip searched as a precaution πŸ˜‰

    Eggplant Parm is hands down my fav meal ever! I’ve always wanted to try my hand at making my own buns too!

  21. UGGGH you had to hit Newark AND Atlanta in one day!? Hell on Earth, my friend. I’ve always had good luck with Delta EXCEPT at those two airports. And with 30 seconds to spare! You are going to OWN that marathon, for reals.

  22. Ok, I have to try these buns. I feel like I can never find good store-bought ones!

  23. Delta and AT&T two companies I don’t use!! Sorry about your experience! Glad you made it…I was just in Charleston last weekend and just came back from ATL this weekend! =)

  24. christina says:

    Ugh Newark and Delta. Worst combo ever.

  25. gloria says:

    Joanne I love these, especially the poppy seeds buns look delicious I have to make these Joanne:)

  26. Kate says:

    Your airport experience gives ME anxiety!

  27. Susan says:

    Charleston, SC right? I travel there for work 4-5 times a year and I ALWAYS and I mean ALWAYS fly non-stop from LGA. Only once I did the layover because of flight delays and it was hell on earth. I love Delta, they are my main airline but I will never go through Atlanta because the transfer is always in another terminal and generally you have 10-15 minutes to get there. Even having this waiting on the other end wouldn’t convince me to take that flight. πŸ™‚

  28. Loving these burgers and especially loving those homemade buns! I could definitely use one of these for dinner tonight! Your airport experience gives me traveling nightmares but I’m glad you guys made it!

  29. Monica says:

    The joys of traveling by air, Joanne! Yikes. I’m glad you can comfort yourself with these truly incredible looking burgers. Homemade buns and all – you are incredible.

  30. Eww I have done my fair share of airport runs and it’s never fun. You deserve a whole mess of comfort food after that debacle.

  31. And your story is PRECISELY why I hate flying. I had heart palpitations just reading this… been there, done that! Not fun. But I’m glad you made it through!

    These burgers look amaze! Total (well-deserved) comfort food.

  32. Kathleen says:

    Joanne, I love your blog and I love your food. I can think of 4 recipes that, in the short time I’ve read your blog, I’ve already made several times. Then there are the others that I’ve made once but plan to make again in the future. I also love around a half dozen career Delta employees who all work very hard at their varied jobs, and who are all the types who strive to do their best to help people in general. When you wrote that “…Delta can’t seem to get their acts together or hire a single competent individual…,” you were brushing Delta employees with a very broad stroke. Now THAT leaves a bad taste in my mouth!

    • joanne says:

      Hi Kathleen!

      Thanks so much for your comment!

      I’m so sorry if I’ve offended your or your loved ones in any way and that was never my intent. I’m sure you’ve noticed that I have a flair for exaggeration and, unfortunately, that does lead me to put my foot in my mouth on occasion. I did have a very harrowing experience with Delta this past weekend and was just kind of venting my frustrations. While it was definitely clear to me that someone dropped the ball somewhere along the way, not to mention that I was treated very rudely by a few Delta employees, I truly don’t believe that every (or even most) Delta employees are incompetent. I’m sure just as with any institution or corporation, there are some people who really work hard to do their job well and some who don’t…I can certainly name a few at the institution I work at who fit in both categories. Anyways, you’re right that it’s not fair for me to speak so broadly like that, so I’ve changed the text of the post to reflect that. I hope you’ll continue to read and will forgive me for my indiscretion!

  33. Wow Joanne – that is stressful! I can’t believe you made it within 30 seconds. Crazy!!! Comfort food was clearly in order. These sound amazing. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE eggplant parmesan.

  34. Vanessa Chambers says:

    I live in Charleston. I used to travel constantly for work and have spent my fair share of time in Atlanta (and Newark too for that matter!). We have a saying here: when you die, you have to go to Atlanta first, before you are able to go on wherever you are headed!

  35. debbie says:

    Since the flight sounded like a nightmare I hope that the wedding was really nice. My husband missed his connection coming back from Europe via Kennedy airport to Dulles airport. Ugh, awful. He was exhausted by the time he finally got home. Traveling can be a nightmare. My travels are by car. I haven’t flown in years because of fear. I know I should try already but need to muster up the courage. Now those eggplant burgers look great. So do the buns…..I adore eggplant so this recipe will be another keeper for me!

  36. Airports are so stressful indeed! They’re such a workout sometimes πŸ˜‰
    These look like the best veggie burgers I’ve ever seen, girl! Better than meat-ones. Gosh, I’d love one of this for dinner tomorrow! πŸ™‚

  37. Road trip fuel?

    Ugh, I had a similar racing through the airport before and after our vacation – layovers are the worst! I hope you had a great time celebrating your cousin’s wedding, though!

  38. Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables, this is totally my kind of a burger!

  39. Gah! I hate stressful situations like that. What a nightmare!! I’d like these burgers right now….eggplant parm anything has me swooning!

  40. I’ve had many experiences like that, ironically from most other airlines except Delta. Glad you guys made it. I can just imagine how panic-inducing that was! Also – mmm eggplant parm.

  41. Chewthefat says:

    Isn’t that the funny thing about running–when you HAVE to run somewhere, it often feels SO different than ‘running’ as exercise!

  42. Suzie says:

    Oh that plane stress would be hard to deal with! The comfort food on the other hand would be so easy to deal with πŸ™‚

  43. Chris says:

    I’m picturing you running through the airport, knocking people out of your way like they are “walkers” from The Walking Dead, lol.

  44. Dear Lord, I hate flying for this reason alone. Airlines cause me more stress and panic then one person should have in a lifetime. So glad you made your flight! And these burgers, I’ll take 87!

  45. Courtney says:

    ATL is notorious. The first time I flew alone with Clara, I had to haul it from one terminal to another on the opposite side of the airport. With a diaper bag on my shoulder and a baby strapped to my body in a carrier. And I needed time to change her before the flight. It was insane, and I was sweating when I boarded. Clara? All the jostling put her to sleep. Go figure.

  46. Tara says:

    I got anxiety just reading your post. Flying makes me so nervous, not just from having to sit in the same spot for several hours but I like knowing what time I will get where and SFO is the worst to fly out of. I think they were rated the second worst on-time take off in the whole nation. We have too much fog that rolls in and out of the strips.

    Glad you made it, I thought you weren’t going to half way through the post!

  47. Hotly Spiced says:

    I’m sorry for your pain but I truly loved the story. The Boy was very helpful however I just wish he’d videoed the commotion. I would have loved to have seen that sprint to the finish line! And yes, I bet after all that streeeeessssss you could have wolfed down more than one of these! xx

  48. ahhhh! what a crazy travel day! that’s a rough way to get the trip started. The eggplant burger sounds so good!

  49. Monet says:

    Oh girl, don’t you just hate flying sometimes? We made our trip with Lucy in tow this last week and I was very glad to be off the airplane and out of the airport! These burgers look delicious though. Just perfect for my eggplant parm loving hubby! Thanks for sharing!!

  50. I was holding my breath while reading your flying experience…so glad that you have made it!
    Both buns and cheesy eggplant patties are looking so good!

  51. P says:

    So glad to hear that your marathon training has helped with “real world problems” ;).
    These poppyseed buns are adorable!

  52. i was on an adrenalin rush as i read your story.. loved the way you told us. i’m not a fan of delta, i fly united out of newark, it is a disaster, but at least i know, if there are issues, there may be a spare united flight. πŸ™‚
    atlanta airport is HUGE! you guys are so lucky you made it.

    this looks amaze!!!

  53. Deborah says:

    Hey – at least you made the second flight and all of that craziness was worth it, right?? These buns look absolutely off the charts amazing!!

  54. I don’t like eggplants much but seeing your post…I WANT TO HAVE THIS!!! It looks and sounds sooo amazing. Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

  55. I usually have to have meat when it comes to burger. Could be chicken, beef or bison. But I’ll gladly eat this meatless burger any day and I’ll go back for seconds too. Looks delicious Joanne.

  56. Oh goodness. The stress! The panic! The elevated heart rate that must have accompanied your airport sprint whilst already highly anxious! It sounds horrible, and I am so glad you did make the flight. These burgers look like just the thing to recover with.

    I hope the wedding weekend went well too (once you got there!) πŸ™‚

  57. Delta flew my suitcases to Newark and me to La Guardia once! I know all about crazy flights and all that can go wrong – I have watched my flight take off before we have landed. So glad you made it in time πŸ™‚

  58. Veronica says:

    WTG Joanne! I can’t believe you made it! I bet you were exhausted after you got on the flight, from the exertion…and the relief. These burgers sound fabulous!

  59. Sorry to hear about your airport experiences, but glad that you guys’ve made it. Unfortunately there are other airlines that have experienced the same issues… I haven’t been to Atlanta airport yet…but I imagine it would be a bit crazy since it’s a huge airport!

  60. This may just be the best looking recipe I have seen in a while!!! love it Joanne. I am a huge eggplant fan so I will eat anything that involves my favorite veggie! yum yum.

  61. I would love if this magically made itself for dinner tonight

  62. My stomach started growling uncontrollably while looking at these pictures!! >_< YUM!!

  63. You are not kidding that you deserved these burgers! That is an unbelievable story, but the good news is you made it! I love the way you write – very approachable and conversational.

  64. Oh wow, home made buns are the best. There is nothing I want to add or take away from those burgers, love love everything. They are perfect.

  65. Abby says:

    gah, eggplant is my favorite food, like, ever. So you may have just made my new fave sandwich. PS. A good friend of mine was getting married in charleston! were you at the mcwags wedding?!

  66. I’m drooling over these! Love veggie burgers, love eggplant parm, so obviously I’ll love the marriage of the two!

  67. I just commented on my blog today that 95% of the time, eggplant should be roasted. This falls into the 5% of the time I’d want to try something else. Especially with homemade buns in the picture. These look great!!

  68. Sounds like a very stressful flight. I am glad that you made it in time to get on board at Atlanta.
    The buns and the eggplant Parmesan looks amazing!!

  69. Atlanta is not the airport that you want to be trying to do things last-minute in – far too big! And guess what? When I was flying home from Orlando this summer, my (Delta) connecting flight was actually CANCELLED. I high-tailed it to the other side of the airport (no joke – from like A to E or something like that) because the boards told me nothing. Got there only to find out the flight to South Bend had been cancelled. Wound up getting on one that went through Detroit first, but of course, had to go all the way back to A to catch it. Grrrrrr….

    On a lighter note – these eggplant parm burgers are a stroke of brilliance! And the buns…want!

  70. grace says:

    i love every aspect of these, joanne, and i’m super impressed by those buns!

  71. sandra says:

    wow – awesome how you prevailed! and kudos to you for scoring a grill! your awesomeness is overwhelming. and your burger buns look amazing! I need to get back into the kitchen and try these out… something about wet muggy weather makes me want loads of cheese.

  72. Christine says:

    Glad you made the connection and the wedding. Personally my least favorite airport is Houston. Nightmare. These little buns look wonderful and so simple to make! Never would have thought of using eggplant in this way. Brilliant!

  73. Danielle says:

    Hi Joanne, I was getting stressed just reading this post. You handled yourself great. I probably would have just sat down on the floor and cried! Bring on the comfort food indeed! I love eggplant and these buns look amazing! ?

  74. Lynn says:

    I had a similar experience with Delta last month in which they ended up making an emergency landing in Norfolk, VA when they discovered there might be a problem with the landing gear (and my sister asked when we were taking off if I thought the noise outside didn’t sound quite right. It didn’t to me either, but I lied to soothe her nerves.) Norfolk doesn’t fly into Dulles airport in DC, so we had to ride a bus for fours to Dulles. I said I’d never fly Delta again either, but they didn’t seem too concerned about that threat. πŸ™‚

    That eggplant looks good – might have to try that. πŸ™‚

  75. Shannon says:

    look at those buns! must’ve been those weighted sprints πŸ˜› haha. glad you made it safely after that miscue! eggplant burgers, i made them a bunch last summer but not this? i do not know why…

  76. Ashley says:

    Oh my heavens! These look UNREAL! I’m going to have to try these out soon. Dino used to “hate eggplant” before he met me, and funny enough, I hadn’t ever cooked with it before I met him. I may have started JUST to get him to like something he claimed to dislike πŸ™‚

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