- 2 cups sweet potato (baked, skins removed & mashed, approximately 2 medium sweet potatoes)
- 2 cups cooked quinoa
- yellow onion (medium, diced)
- 3 cloves crushed garlic
- 1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme (finely, more to garnish)
- 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
- sea salt
- cracked pepper (fresh)
- vegan butter (earth balance, or coconut oil for cooking)
Kym E. 8 Jan
I loved these. Definitely takes much longer than two minutes each side. Feedback from my family was that they were a bit bland so next time I'll throw in some paprika and punch up the thyme. Salt well!
Medina A. 14 Dec 2017
Delicious recipe. I added ground chia seeds & baked the patties for 10 minutes after frying to help them hold together. Also, let them cool for a few minutes before serving. I definitely recommend subbing coconut oil as it compliments the sweet potatoes nicely.
Stephanie H. 29 Aug 2016
I added white cooked kidney beans, cilantro and ginger. I also added and an egg to keep it together. I cooked it in coconut oil which gives it a totally different taste. I ate it with a Jalapeno aioli. Thanks so much for the inspiration.
Violet S. 10 May 2016
yes i liked the recipe. The patties did not stick together for me at the frying stage so I added Tahini and a spoon of flour and baked the in the oven. Twenty minutes one side and then turnover for another ten or fifteen until brown. They may not have adhered because I used rice instead of quinoa. next time with Qinoa! They are absolutely delicious!!
nita s. 25 Apr 2016
It turned out really yummmm I simply love this site❤️ I did replace thyme with cilantro and also added turmeric & and red chilly powder to the patty dough