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Vegan Asian sweet potato & bean burgers! Yeah!

on 15/07/2012

A tasty Asian inspired vegan sweet potato & ginger burger!

Yummy! An Asian vegan burger!

Hello, my friends!! I am back from my Holiday & am full with energy! Ready to go back to my lovely blog & the world behind it! :) I hope you all also had a great vacation! ;) Now, back to some good food, I reckon!

Today, I made these invented Asian inspired sweet potato & adzuki bean burgers! Ooh yeah, mama! These are such beauties!

I filled them with lots of good stuff like ginger, spring onions, lime zest, red chili pepper, adzuki beans & cooked sweet potatoes. Ooh yes! Check them out!

Yummy & tasty home-made vegan burgers, ready to fry!

Asian spiced up vegan burger!

Recipe: For 4 large burgers + 2 smaller burgers 

Ingredients:

** For the Asian vegan burgers:

3 large sweet potatoes, ( 600 gr netto ), peeled & cut into 4

1 long red-hot chili pepper, deseeded & cut into smaller rings

4 fat spring onions, cleaned & cut into thicker rings ( green & white part used )

4 tablespoons of salted cashew nuts, cut finely

1/2 teaspoon of Maldon sea salt + 1/4 teaspoon extra

2 tablespoons of flour

150 gr of Panko breadcrumbs

zest of 1 lime, finely grated

One 3 cm x 2 cm piece of fresh ginger, peeled & finely cut up

1 handful of fresh coriander ( cilantro ) leaves, washed, pad dry on  kitchen paper & torn roughly

5 to 10 grins of black pepper, finely milled

1 can of adzuki beans, well rinsed & well-drained

** To serve:

2 fat white onions, peeled & cut into finer rings

a vegannaise

salad leaves

fresh pistolets or fresh buns, sliced open

Method:

1. I cooked my sweet potatoes an hour before I made my burgers. I added a roasted garlic & pepper spice mix to my boiling water for added flavour. I used the brand: Santa Maria. I buy mine in the Delhaize. I added 8 grins. I didn’t add any salt because there is salt in this spice mix. I drained them well. Set aside to cool down a bit.

2. Take a large bowl & add the cut up salted cashews, the cut up chili pepper, the beans, the cooled down sweet potatoes, 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt, the ginger, the cut up spring onions, the lime zest. Mix well with a wooden spoon & taste. It has to taste fabulous! :) I added 10 grins of black pepper & the added 1/4 teaspoon of Maldon sea salt. Mix again. Taste! Now, I added 2 tablespoons of flour, to bind it a bit & then, I added the 150 gr of breadcrumbs. Mix well with a wooden spoon. My mix was still a bit wet but it will firm up in the fridge. Make 4 larger burgers out of them & 2 smaller one’s. Place them, spaced apart, on clean plates & place cling-film over them. Place into the fridge for at least 1 hour. I placed mine for 2 hours into the fridge.

3. 30 minutes before dinner, take the burger plates out of the fridge & remove the cling film. Take a large non-stick pan & heat up on high. Pour that fruity evoo in your pan & heat up. Fry your onion rings in some fruity olive oil & season with sea salt & black pepper. Fry until browned & cooked through. In the same pan, add some olive oil & heat up. Fry your burgers on both sides for about 4 to 5 minutes until cooked through & browned. Now, plate up! Take your bun or pistolet & smear it with vegannaise. Top with salad leaves, your vegan yummy burger & some fried sliced onion rings  & top with some vegannaise & close your bun! This is heaven on a plate: all veganized! Ooh yeah, baby! Enjoy! Happy Eating! :)

Note : Maybe, next time, I will add a lot more of the Panko breadcrumbs because the burger can still fall apart a bit!!! :(

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You might like other vegetarian or vegan burgers on my blog:

1. Vegan & Gluten-free sweet potato, new peas & smoked tofu burgers

2. Vegetarian Haloumi burger with all of its trimmings

3. Vegetarian mushroom & mixed nut burgers

4. Sophie’s vegetarian spiced bean burgers

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47 responses to “Vegan Asian sweet potato & bean burgers! Yeah!

  1. Norma Chang says:

    That sound really, really delicious. Wondered if the burgers will hold together better if you use glutinous rice flour instead of flour and panko breadcrumbs?

  2. Norma Chang says:

    Wanted to say welcome back, but posted and then remembered!

  3. katrina says:

    Welcome home Sophie, excited to hear all about your adventures!

  4. Welcome back my friend! Hope you had a fabulous trip :D
    This burger is such a delicious dinner :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  5. hotlyspiced says:

    Welcome back! I’m glad you had a great holiday. Will you be sharing any of your travels on your blog? I love your veggie burgers. I think the Asian flavours would make these extra delicious xx

    • Sophie33 says:

      thanks, sweetie! :) I am not going to show my travel pictures but some things must stay private, I think! ;) I hope you so try them!

  6. twbarritt says:

    Hi Sophie – hope you had a wonderful holiday! I love all varieties of bean burgers, and I love the fact that you combined nuts and sweet potatoes here as well – it sounds delicious!

  7. Katarina says:

    These sounds delicious!

  8. Simone says:

    Welcome back Sophie! Those burgers sound delicious! I love adzuki beans and am always looking for new ways to use them. Haven’t tried them in a burger yet!

  9. boeddhamum says:

    Hi Sophie, hope you had a great holiday!
    I love the look of these burgers, beans, cashewnuts and sweet potato, Yummie

  10. Louise says:

    Hi Sophie! Well it sure sounds like you’re all charged up. That Burger looks delicious! I love all the ingredients. Fall apart burgers are my favorite! I’d leave it just as it is in all its goodness!

    Thank you so much for sharing…

  11. Sophie33 says:

    Ooh,..yeah: winning burgers then! ;)

  12. Welcome back! And way to return with an awesome-sounding recipe :D (And so glad you liked my quick bread recipe!!)

  13. kokob says:

    Welcome back my friend, I’m glad you had a great, energizing holiday! These burgers look amazing, I love the Asian twist on them! I have not had Asian flavoured veggie burgers before, but would love to try them!

  14. Saskia says:

    Hey Sophie. These look amazing. I just bought a mountain of sweet potatoes at the market too. Perfect timing!

  15. Lisa says:

    I’m so glad your vacay revitalized you! These sweet potato – bean burgers would definitely revitalize me! I LOVE sweet potato anything..so I LOVE these burgers! Another ‘Sophie’ masterpiece!

  16. Angela says:

    What an amazing combo! I can’t wait to try this recipe.

  17. This looks delicious! I would love to eat it right now :)

  18. Tandy says:

    I am sure you don’t even miss the meat in these as they sound delicious :)

  19. clems28 says:

    des burgers très parfumés !

  20. Oooh Sophie, they look and sound delicious!

  21. laurenlisang says:

    AWESOME idea and recipe Sophie! Nice work!

  22. BrandiD says:

    Love this idea! I love veggie burgers! :)

  23. It’s going to be finish of mine day, but before finish I am reading this wonderful paragraph to increase my experience.

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