Burger is one of the most popular foods across the USA and it is also gaining popularity across the world as comfort food. Traditionally Burgers are made with meat or chicken patties but my recipe for “Sweet Potato Veggie Burger – with beans, spinach and wild rice” uses all vegetarian ingredients with sweet potato as the STAR ingredient.
Sweet potato Burgers offer a complete meal and a balanced mix of carbs, proteins, and fiber. I have adapted some standard veggie burger recipes with my own ingredients and spices that will make the patty more tasteful, protein, and nutrition-rich.
I have used different veggies in my burger patty. A combination of sweet potato, pinto beans, onion, spinach, jalapeños, and wild rice gives a perfect balance of texture, spiciness, and taste. My recipe also includes garlic, ginger, red chili (Cayenne), garam masala, black pepper, coriander powder, onion and garlic powders, and cumin powder.
The sweet potato, beans, and wild rice have a bland taste, hence we need to spice up the mixture to bring a nice savory taste to our patty. I used breadcrumbs as a binding agent and also to get a crispy coating while frying. When the patty is fried to the right level of crispiness, add a Cheese slice while the patty is still on the pan.
To make the burgers, I have used hamburger buns. We need to start by toasting the buns. I then coated the insides of the bun with a mixture of mayo, hot sauce, and tomato ketchup. I have then layered the cheese coated patty on a bed of leaf lettuce, onions, and juicy tomatoes. You can choose to add some mustard sauce on the patty and pickles on the side.
Being a vegetarian, I am always in search of vegetarian alternatives to popular meat dishes. This recipe for "Sweet Potato Veggie Burger – with beans, spinach and wild rice" is liked by my friends and family.
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