7 Great Vegan Sweet Potato Recipes

7 Great Vegan Sweet Potato Recipes

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I personally as a huge fan of sweet potatoes know many recipes and creating this list of  7 great vegan sweet potato recipes was a big assignment. If in a hurry, you could use the microwave, but oven-baked yields a bit more flavor.Add the potato and beans to a large mixing bowl. Using a large fork, mash well. Fold in the onion and keep mashing. Add all the remaining burger ingredients and mash, mash, mash well until thickened and mashed well. Rinse your beans in hot water before adding to bowl, this heats them, making them easier to mash.Heat oven to 400 degrees.Heat a skillet over high heat and add the coconut oil.Form burger mixture into large patties and place on the hot skillet. If using Panko bread crumbs, roll patties in Panko to coat well. Cook 1-3 minutes on each side, just to brown them. Repeat with all the mixture, you should yield 6 large patties or 8 small. Tip: Place mixture in the fridge for a half hour if you want it to be super easy to form into patties, this will increase cooking time by a few minutes.Slice up all your burger toppings and toast the buns. Add vegan mayo or spicy mustard and the patty and toppings. Serve warm!Store leftover burgers, sealed, in the fridge for up to a day, or freeze and consume within a few weeks for best flavor and texture. To reheat: warm in a 400 degree oven until warmed through, about 12 minutes, depending on burger thickness. I love it for breakfast or as brunch when I don’t have enough time. Add the apple, onion and drizzle of oil.  This will help the final latke be crunchy and hold together rather than greasy and fall apart.  Definitely save the liquid, it is delicious with some apple juice or you can use it in a smoothie!Mix the dried sweet potato pulp with 1/4 c of the blended tofu, the flour, onion, garlic, brown sugar, cumin, coriander and 1/2 tsp of salt.Roll the latke mixture into balls and place on a chopping board.

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