Barbecued Vegetarian Burgers With Sweet Potato And Fried Egg
Whether you are a vegetarian or a meat eater, these veggie burgers are both healthy and delicious.
I had a lot of vegetables left over and wanted to use them up, so used them all together to make these very tasty burgers.
While I have put certain vegetables in my burgers, you can really put most vegetables in to make it healthy and get children to eat vegetables.
The addition of an egg and cheese, while optional, added even more flavour to these very filling burgers.
Quantities for the burgers can be varied to taste and are approximate only.
I have made them outside on the BBQ however they can of course, be made on the stove. I used the BBQ as I like the taste.
: 25 minutes plus fridge time
: 25 minutes
: 4 servings
4 round grain rolls
2 sweet potatoes
1 large carrot
1 stick celery
FOR THE TOPPINGS
4 slices cheese
2 - 3 onions
Cooked beetroot (optional)
4 fried eggs (optional)
Raw sliced mushroom (optional)
If you are making your own
, make this first as per link.
Peel carrot, sweet potato, and potato. Grate the onion, celery, carrot, sweet potato, zucchini and potato.
Add the egg and enough breadcrumbs so that it is not watery - they will hold together better if you do not use zucchini.
Form into patties, squeezing out liquid at this stage and moulding them in your hands so they become quite dense.
Flatten into the size of your bread rolls, and place in the fridge for about 10 -15 minutes.
Meanwhile light the barbecue.
Chop the onions into rings, and put these on the oiled BBQ hot plate -be careful here, as they burn easily.
Cut your rolls in half and spread with tomato sauce on one or two sides. Put a slice of cheese on top of this.
If your BBQ hot plate is small, take the onions off and leave in a cooler part of the BBQ while you cook the vegetable burgers on a low - medium heat.
While these are cooking, fry your eggs -I did this inside in a ring as I have a small BBQ.
Place a patty on each roll, and cover with the cooked onion rings, and a slice or two of drained beetroot.
Add the fried egg, tomato slices, and I had some mushrooms which I sliced and added raw.
Put the lid on the roll, give your visitors or family a serviette, and serve. You do not need anything with it as all your vegetables are in the burgers as well as the optional toppings.
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