These are crispy edged, deliciously spiced, sweet potato-chickpea patties dipped in chipotle aioli. These veggie patties are full of awesome flavors.
Everything is so NEW here, NEW week, NEW day, and I am sure it’s the same everywhere! 🙂
So how about a NEW exotic, elegant, and exquisite dish?
Believe me this is one of those dishes which everyone is going to love! What do you think, could it be?
It’s a vegetarian burger. YEAHHH!
I know what you guys are thinking! Who would say NO to a burger? Yes, no one would say that!
Now you will ask, what is so magical about this burger? Well, there are sweet potatoes, chickpeas, garlic and spicy flavors and topped with chipotle aioli. Doesn’t that sound just yummylicious?
Seems like I have covered most of my favorites here. Thus, this one is a treat for me.
How on this earth have I lived my entire life so far without these wonderful burgers? These classic chickpea, sweet potato patties are just pretty awesome.
Oh my gosh! These are crispy edged, deliciously spiced, sweet potato-chickpea patties dipped in chipotle aioli. These veggie patties are full of awesome flavors, and are capable of complementing a number of dietary needs too.
Chipotle aioli–this sauce is a killer! 🙂
The first time when I made this dish, I simply decided to add sweet potatoes to the chickpeas, and just played with few spices. I ended up with these tantalizing patties, which are really super sensational, classic, and so well done.
Now this is a frequent flyer in my kitchen. And here I am hoping that it can also become a frequent dish in your home too! 🙂 Making these patties are so easy!
These patties would be ready to be grabbed and attacked in less than 30-minutes, excluding freezing time though. If you include freezing time too, this would be an hour MAXIMUM.
Try to make them in a large batch, so that you can use this for snacking the next day or may be the whole meal again. These patties come together super quickly and effortlessly. You will not have any hard time in holding, and making them into disc shapes.
You can simply roast these in very little oil, if you’ve freezed them for 30 minutes. No need to shallow fry at all. Or you can bake these! It’s upto you. ****
Weather was rainy here and demanded much more in terms of GOOD FOOD. And unexpectedly, I started dreaming about some fried food. So this time I had no choice. I simply shallow fried these patties. 🙂
Chipotle aioli—it’s SO GOOD. And it’s as simple as dumping some mayonnaise, cayenne pepper, salt, pepper, chipotle sauce, lemon juice into a bowl and stirring it together. Chipotle aioli would only need a whisk! ****
Now it’s time to build your own burger! This is super fun part. You can customize your own meal according to likes and dislikes. Throwing it all in pita or bun. Add some veggies and dressing. And you are done. Does it sound a lot of work? Ii might sound like that, but it’s really quick. 🙂
These patties were just beyond delicious to me, so I had these with chipotle aioli only. No buns were added to my meal.
Chipotle aioli spread on these classic Sweet Potato-Chickpea patties is something you will love to savor again and again.
These are gloriously gluten-free patties. Add these to your favorite Gluten free buns!
Let’s learn how to make these Chickpea Sweet Potato Burger with Chipotle Aioli!
Take a food processor, and add chickpeas, sweet potatoes, and garlic cloves. Blend them until smooth and thick.
Transfer this thick mixture into a large mixing bowl.
Roughly grind oats in food processor until flour-like, you don’t have to make very powder. Add this to chickpea and sweet potato mixture.
And rest 1/4 cup is for rolling patties. Keep that aside for later use.
Heat a pan, and add 2 teaspoons olive oil. Add onion, bell pepper, green chilies, and saute for about 3-4 minutes.
Add chipotle sauce, cayenne pepper, black pepper, salt, and mix well. Sauté for another minute. Remove from heat.
Transfer sautéed vegetable to the bowl with the chickpeas and sweet potato. Add vinegar, and mix well.
Divide burger mixture into 6-8 balls. Roll each ball into oat flour. Take a ball in your palm and press it to make into a compact disc. Repeat the same process with remained balls.
Freeze for 30 minutes. Shallow fry these patties until they turn golden brown.
Whisk everything together, and let it rest for 30 minutes in refrigerator.
Take a patty, and top with generous amount of aioli and veggies. Add this to your burger buns, or pita breads or simple have them without anything, like I did! 🙂