Yams Chickpea Veggie Hamburger


Sweet Potato Chickpea Burger Patties! Starch Solution Style

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Ingredients 15 oz chickpeas, 1 can, drained and rinsed 1 sweet potato, medium-sized, cooked 1 clove garlic, minced 1 teaspoon chili powder ½ teaspoon salt ¼ cup BBQ sauce. In a large mixing bowl, toss together the sweet potato, onion, and garlic. Drizzle on the oil. Spread the mixture onto the prepared baking sheet and roast in preheated oven for 15-20 minutes, or until the sweet potatoes are tender and beginning to brown. Reduce the oven temperature to 350°.

Ingredients. 1 medium avocado. 1 / 2 lime.

1 / 2 tsp mustard, dijon. 1 / 2 tsp garlic powder. 1 tbps olive oil.

1 / 4 tsp salt. 1 / 4 tsp black pepper. Celebrate meatless Monday with a veggie burger patty that’s neither processed nor dressed in preservatives.

Cook Smarts’ recipe for sweet potato and chickpea burgers will give you a fresh and filling alternative to a classic American meat dish.A dash of garam masala spice and tasty peas kicks up the flavor and texture in these meatless patties. My favorite option recently has been this sweet potato chickpea veggie burger recipe. Sweet potatoes are an excellent choice for a starch.

They’ve got a luscious, rich texture, and of course because it’s hard to find a child or adult who doesn’t love the taste of sweet potatoes. This vegan Chickpea Sweet Potato Burger is a delicious homemade veggie burger made with whole-food ingredients. Easy to make, full of nutrition. An oil free, vegan, dairy free, meat free, nut free burger. Tip sweet potato and remaining burger ingredients (except oil) into a food processor.

Season well, then whiz until well combined. Using floured. In this case, whole grain brown rice, chickpeas, and sweet potato make up the burger base, along with onion, garlic, parsley, and spices.

Lastly, add something with more of its own texture that won’t soften during baking. Walnuts add both richness and a bit of crunch and keep it seasonal. Coat a large baking sheet with cooking spray. 2. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add sweet potatoes and cook until tender.

Drain. 3. In a large bowl, mash the garbanzo beans and cooked sweet potatoes together. Add brown rice, ground walnuts and spices and stir to combine. 4.

For the “sweet pea” burgers: Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.; line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Set the sweet potatoes on the baking sheet and bake until soft, 1 hour. Remove from the oven.

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Pulse the mushrooms and carrots in the food processor until finely minced, 7 to 8 times; add to the chickpea mixture.

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Add the mashed sweet potato, beans, lime juice, almond butter, soy sauce, 2 tablespoons (30g) hot water, curry paste, basil, coriander, and salt to a food processor; process for 3 to 4 minutes or until very smooth.

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Add the cashews and stir-fry and toss for about 30 seconds.

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Packed with wholesome goodness, this is the perfect veggie burger!

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Add the tofu, curry powder, red pepper flakes, jalapeño pepper, salt, and pepper and stir to coat the vegetables with the oil and spices.

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Put the meat, the onion and spice mixture, the lentils, the ginger, green chillies, mint, fresh coriander in a food processor and purée.

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  • Looks delicious. I was actually making the black bean burger Thru another video & your video popped up next. I will try them all. Your recipe book has good basic recipes like “milk, cream cheese & sauces.” I already bought the kindle edition. Thanks for sharing.

  • another great video!! def gonna try it! i guess i’m the only one who hates coriander tho, i’ve seen it in EVERY vegeterian burger recipe lol. any sugg for a substitute?

  • Hey! Amazing recipe we tried this the other night, tasted great! Only thing is we don’t have great pans for frying, can these be baked in the oven on parchment paper and a little olive oil?

  • I love sweet potato but have never fried it. Gonna make this for our tea tonight. Might try it with my home made chutney. Thanks Barry

  • These look gorgeous!  Can’t wait to try.  Unfortunately I”ll be alone in making this as Mr. Freeman and the kidlets oppose sweet potatoes: (. 

  • I made this for dinner tonight and it was amazing! They didn’t crumble and they certainly weren’t dry. The red onion and coriander gave it great bursts of flavour. I’ll be making these again soon!

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  • I’ve made these to your recipe, you’re in inspiration to health way of eating.
    I hope I can eat in one of your restaurants in the near future

  • okay i’m marathoning on all your videos. So excited I can’t bother with making sense but you know what i mean, I LOVE YOUR CHANNEL!

  • I just wanted to say THANK YOU for sharing your recipe and method my man!! I have been trying to make Vegan burgers for a while now, but all of our attempts mostly fall apart while cooking. Your fairly simple recipe has given us the base to make a great burger with fantastic consistency! They are cooking right now, can’t wait to give it a go! Thanks man, keep in cooking! ��

  • I know you said to choose one of the 3 but I like all of them.

    I really hope you already have your restaurants. I subscribed just now!

  • So happy you got your 1Mil subscribers. I live for your food videos. I’m yet to perfect my burgers! Would love to come to London to your restaurant someday����

  • everything I saw you making on your channel looks amazingly good and truly delicious. I love the ingredients you use that are healthy for everyone all around the world. I am in central Italy where no one knows how to make great burgers so you should come and teach us how to do it:) greetings from Italy, Angela

  • the only thing I would say is we don’t need all the Radom fillers i think if you’ve got as many people as you have liking this then you don’t need to keep their attention by inserting visual indicators of what you mean other than that it was a great video

  • Hi Tess, just wondering, I have read a lot on the internet that eating too much fruit is bad for you because of all of the sugar in it, what do you think? By the way I love your videos! <3 <3 <3

  • Thank you so much for this video, very inspiring!! They looked so delicious. I can’t wait to try them. I just decided today that Iam tired of buying store brought veggie burgers. Why not make my own that is fresher, healthier, and tasty. (From: New York)

  • Hi Gaz, by talking about the chickpeas the ones in a glass allready cooked work the same as freshly soaked over night? Kind regards from Switzerland, Andrea

  • I’m just watching this and it’s funny a year ago you said you wanted to get to 1M subs now you’re there congrats. Love the burgers. I’d try the one with the beet

  • i am so proud of you ���� you spread the message in the right way and you are very inspirational to me and i am sure to a lot of people as well! continue doing what you are doing never stop please

  • Hello thank you for sharing. May i ask, what burger bun you used? Is it the regular bun made contain milk, egg and wheat flour or it is a special bun recipe? Thank you!

  • Love the peri peri burger the 1st one..god i am so obsessed with the way you cook..i wish i could get your book..to buy even possible.. #vegan100..

  • Thanks alot for the help along the way man.even today I’m testing burgers for work and came here for tips and inspiration.
    I loved the video but the music at the end was so intense when dressing the burger lol.no hate just a joke but still it actually was a epic scene.

  • what else could i put on the burger that is like avacado but isn’t avacado, I’m unfortunately allergic to this superfood and your burger looks really good and i’m tempted to try making this. Ty in advance!

  • These look incredible, can’t wait to try them! I was wondering if you knew roughly how many calories were in one burger just on its own? And also if you could bake them in the oven instead of frying it? Thanks:-)

  • My god! I wanna try this! Sooooo good looking. That’s a big potato! Here in finland they are little smaller:D Mm.. I gotta try this..

  • Nothing like eating something healthy and slapping a cup of oil in it:) Other then that, this looks cook, I’ll use less oil though.

  • Hope you dont mind constructive criticism: you flashed up most of the words way too quickly imho. Great recipe and attention to detail tho! Thanks.:O)

  • It’s so great to see ‘non-vegans’ trying more vegan food, in a simple and delicious way! 
    With summer coming, lets see more hearty vegan meal ideas!:D

  • I love your videos so much! Especially ones like these. No talking, under 3 minutes. They’re nice to watch and informative. You’re super creative ��

  • I made the beet burg today and while it legit took me two hours, it was relatively easy, and oh my GOD IT WAS GOOD. Absolutely amazing. I used garam masala instead of Ras el hanout and it was beautiful. Thank you!!

  • Hi Gaz or anyone here experienced with vegan cooking. What’s about putting seitan powder into the burger mixture? Or is then necessary to kneed it too much….?

  • I love my meat but these look delish! Gonna try them out thanks! (sadly i do not have a microwave, I’m an oven cook). Keep on spreading the deliciousness!

  • You know it’s real when you keep looking at what you’re eating with such fascination! Go Gaz!

    When I think of the ultimate vacation, I think of spending in that kitchen.

  • I just discovered a bunch of sweet potatoes in the garden, one almost as big as a football! (American style) So I will be trying your recipe ��

  • I like the burger recipe with the Razal Al hanout the Moroccan spice one. I will try that and I am sure it will turn out good. Thanks for sharing.

  • I made this with dried powder garlic, coriander, and white onion. Awesome! Just bread, mayo, ketchup and avocados in the burger:D Thank you Barry!

  • Hi! I made the BBQ Black Bean burger today and it tasted so delicious! I left out the coriander because I’m not a fan and I added a little bit more of BBQ sauce. I got 8 patties out of the recipe so 7 of them are going to the freezer. Thank you for the recipe! I’ll definitely try the other ones too:)

  • I’m new to this whole plant diet thing and I am having trouble transitioning over to it. I’ve been watching videos with bodybuilders who are on plant diets and how they eat what to buy and all but watching your video on this burgers definitely made want to change over to a plant diet. I am interested in your your book specially because I don’t know much on vegan recipes and I love to cook. I am from the US and now live in Costa Rica. Please let me know of where I can get your recipe book. Thank you

  • omg…this was amazing! i didn’t use it as a burger (cz i find potatoes and bread is a bit too much starch) but holy potato is the potato patty fantastic!!! 

  • Just tried this recipe last night with a bit of a twist!  Added some chili peppers to the mixture, and used mango salsa, avocado slices, and a bit of lemon juice as condiments.  It turned out SO well, and these recipes make eating healthier so much easier!  Thanks, Barry!

  • I appreciate all the work you put into your videos!!! Other youtubers want to keep their views up but don’t give a F about the quality of their videos!

  • Oh Lauren, I love you!! (This is Mariam from QAA) YOU ARE AWESOME! this is such a great channel:) are you ok sharing what mic you’re using for filming?

  • I also cooked today some vegan burgers: green onion, carrot, zucchini, pepper bell, mushroom and two boiled potatoes, spices. It turned out very tasty but next time I’ll try one of your recipe. ��

  • hey barry i baked my sweet potato in oven but they got messed up they developed a hard crust s have to dump em and baked new ones whole wrapped in aluminium foil

  • Any one of these burgers look absolutely divine! However, since I am partial to sweet potato that would be my choice! It’s what’s for dinner tomorrow night.

  • There’s Sth so nice, kind and peaceful about you. Love watching your videos, great energy. Hope you’ll open your restaurant. All the best

  • Wow! I love the three of them. Definately I will make them. Specially the second one. Also, I like that you make your own sauces.
    Keep doing recipes like this one.

  • Yummm! This is exactly what I needed! I was eating the Macro ones from Woolies, but cos they have Gluten, I was also getting so bloated & yucky in the tummy from them! so these are perfeccct for me to recreate! lovve that u made them with Chickpeas & Sweet pot too! 2 of my fav legumes & root veggies! + all the fresh herbs won me over instantly haha, all about those greens being raw vegan ha! Ps. The end part of the vid is pretty cool too, with the bites out of the burger bun! u should do that more often! look sweet!!!

  • I was watching Spongebob just before this (Don’t deny it, Spongebob is wicked XD) maybe you could make those different coloured Krabby Patties with varied flavours so orange perhaps a spicy burger, yellow southern fried chicken burger etc. Anyway; I’m actually going to be making this recipe soon, it looks lovely:3

  • Great video Lizi! I feel like I should get blue hair too:D
    But this food looks so bomb I want some:D
    Subbed! Please check out my latest video too!