VEGAN Sweet Potato Burger





Introduction: VEGAN Sweet Potato Burger

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Celebrate Fall with this VEGAN Sweet Potato Burger that reflects the colors of the season in it’s ingredients: Sweet potato, beetroot, bell peppers, onions and ginger. Just as there is a myriad of hues outside this time of year, there is also a myriad of flavours in this VEGAN-friendly burger!

PREP TIME: 15mins | COOK TIME: 30mins | TOTAL TIME: 45mins | SERVES: 6 | YIELD: 6 BURGERS

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Step 1: Ingredients


- 2 c (15 oz / 425 grams) sweet potato, cooked and grated

- 3/4 c (4 oz / 100 grams) beetroot, cooked and grated

- 3/4 c onion, chopped

- 1/2 c green bell pepper (capsicum), chopped

- 1/2 tsp. fried red chilli flakes

- 1 tbsp. ginger, grated finely

- 4 mint leaves

- Salt, to taste

- 1/4 c garlic flavoured bread crumbs

- 6 tsp. oil


- 6 Burger Buns

- 6 Iceberg Lettuce leaves

- 1 cucumber, sliced into 1/4" pieces

- 1 large onion, sliced into 1/4" rings

- 2 large tomatoes

Step 2: Mix and Shape the Patties

- In a medium mixing bowl, combine all the ingredients (except the grated beetroot). Finally stir in the beets using a form, just until it's dispersed without bleeding too much color into the mixture.

- Divide batter into 6 and shape into 1 inch thick patties. Place patties on a baking tray lined with cling film or wax paper.

Step 3: Fry and Assemble

- Heat a little oil (about 1 tsp per patty) in a pan and fry the patties over medium heat until slightly browned on both sides.

- Assemble the burger with lettuce, fried patty, onion rings, cucumbers, tomato and any other fillers you like.



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    Grand prize! Congrats!

    How do you take your pictures - do you have any special lighting? They are really well lit!

    Thanks so much Yonatan24!!! No, I do not use artificial lighting - just good old fashioned natural daylight!

    Thanks for the reply! I like filming in indirect sunlight - it produces beautiful photos! :)

    Looks amazing I will cook this for sure!

    Thanks so much CoyaOo!!! Let me know how you liked them! :)

    Delicious. Great Instructable and excellent photography, looks great! :-)

    Pics look good enough to eat. I'm sure it must taste great too. Thanks for sharing.