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Sweet Potato and Haloumi Burgers


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Ingredients

12 piece(s)

Patties

  • 300 grams sweet potato, chopped in to 1-2cm cubes
  • 3 tablespoons Parsley leaves
  • 2 tablespoons mint leaves
  • 135 grams self rasing flour
  • 2 tablespoons Corn Flour
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 250 grams Haloumi, chopped in to 1cm squares
  • 2 eggs
  • oil, optional, for frying
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1)  If oven baking, preheat oven to 180C.  Skip this step if using fry pan.

     

    2)  Add sweet potato, mint, and parsley to TMX.  Use Turbo 2 or 3 times, for 2 seconds each time, scraping down the sides between each pulse, until sweet potato is chopped finely.

     

    3)  Add other ingredients.  Mix on Speed 4, 3-5 seconds, until mixed through.

     

    4)  Form in to patties and cook.  Patties can either be cooked in the oven at 180C for 7 minutes, flipping, then cooking for a further 5 minutes, or fried in a fry pan, flipping after 2-3 minutes.

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Ovens and stoves vary, please use your own knowledge to decide when to flip the patties.


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  • Easy and tasty. Had extra sweet potato and less...

    Submitted by Betstrath on 20. October 2020 - 17:12.

    Easy and tasty. Had extra sweet potato and less haloumi. Added spring onions and dried mint as well.

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  • Tried these tonigh, very easy to follow recipe,...

    Submitted by andria on 2. February 2020 - 18:23.

    Tried these tonigh, very easy to follow recipe, they were nice enough but didn't love them. Lacked flavor

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  • I love these! I make them and freeze them. They...

    Submitted by Kace80 on 19. May 2019 - 17:11.

    I love these! I make them and freeze them. They make an excellent patty for a burger for work lunch or dinner when my family are having hamburgers. Thanks for sharing tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Have made this a few times in a large muffin tray...

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 12. April 2018 - 20:59.

    Have made this a few times in a large muffin tray with both puff and short crust pastry. Will try as a large tart next time. Delish.

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  • Great recipe thanks for sharing!

    Submitted by blingbling22 on 7. February 2018 - 19:43.

    Great recipe thanks for sharing!

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  • Halloumi isn't veggie! ...

    Submitted by Marilla on 3. February 2018 - 06:20.

    Halloumi isn't veggie!

    "In cheese making, for milk to separate into curds and whey (curdling), the process requires the addition of rennet. Rennet contains the enzyme chymosin. Rennet can be sourced from the abomasum (fourth stomach) of newly-born calves where the chymosin aids digestion and absorption of milk. Adult cows do not have this enzyme. Chymosin is extracted from slaughtered calves by washing and drying the stomach lining, which is cut into small pieces and macerated in a solution of boric acid/brine for 4-5 days. Three of the major sources of protease for coagulating milk are from animal sources, veal calves, adult cows and pigs, the other three are from fungi."

    The Vegetarian Society

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  • Yummo!! was eating them as they came out of the...

    Submitted by JoEastcott on 16. December 2017 - 20:27.

    Yummo!! was eating them as they came out of the pan as I couldn't wait having read all the wonderful reviews. My mixture was not runny at all. Will definitely try again with the variations mentioned in comments. Smile

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  • My husband and I really like these, we make them...

    Submitted by KristinT on 7. October 2017 - 12:06.

    My husband and I really like these, we make them as our veggie burgers and they're really tasty. They're super quick and easy to make, and because they're quite simple they go with a lot of different accompaniments and can be modified really easily with spices to suit what you're after.

    I do always add a garlic clove or two at the mincing the onion stage and only add one egg to the mix and they're easy to shape in the pan.

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  • These are really yummy!! Nice hot but i think...

    Submitted by LozKuhl7 on 21. July 2017 - 13:48.

    These are really yummy!! Nice hot but i think they're even better cold the next day. I didn't have enough sr flour so topped the required amount up with plain and cooked in the oven. They needed about 15 minutes each side but the wait was worth it. I served them with skinnymixer's new ranch sauce from THMII and the combination was awesome. Will make again. Great recipe.

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  • These were very tastey and

    Submitted by Littlethermie on 13. August 2015 - 09:35.

    These were very tastey and the whole family enjoyed them. I will be cooking them regularly as they are very handy snack or meal for bub too. Well done tmrc_emoticons.) 

    I used a big serving spoon to put mixture into frypan and pat them down with same. They firmed as they cooked and the lid helped to get a nice rise before turning. They looked amazing! Ive found the best recipes can be a bit sloppy tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I used 200g of sweet potato

    Submitted by misswanita on 2. May 2015 - 19:55.

    I used 200g of sweet potato and 100g of pumpkin. Yum

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  • Just made these and had them

    Submitted by JulieB64 on 7. March 2015 - 17:07.

    Just made these and had them with some homemade mango chutney. They were really, really good!! I may just reduce the salt to 1/2 Tspn next time but the flavour of the mint in these is divine. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Yummy , was worried about

    Submitted by Kitchenslave on 16. December 2014 - 11:20.

    Yummy , was worried about batter but was fine maybee add a little Parmesan and sweet corn next time for variation

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  • I have made these twice since

    Submitted by Leaps on 6. November 2014 - 13:13.

    I have made these twice since my previous post, but only using one egg, and they turned out absolutely perfect! In fact they were more popular than the meat patties at a recent family do, I will need to make more next time! The parsley and mint gives them a very fresh flavour. Five stars!

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  • Great vego recipe.  I really

    Submitted by LittleMissSqueaker on 2. November 2014 - 14:27.

    Great vego recipe.  I really enjoy these and love the flavour.  Easy and a good summer meal with salad.  Thanks

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  • These were delicious! We used

    Submitted by Leaps on 3. October 2014 - 18:11.

    These were delicious! We used them for patties for hamburgers for the vegetarians on Hamburger Night and had the leftovers with sweet chilli sauce and salad for lunch - yum! My batter was a bit sloppy but it did hold together in the pan, I will try them again with one egg next time. Thanks for sharing!

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  • I baked these in the oven and

    Submitted by KRay80 on 23. September 2014 - 21:58.

    I baked these in the oven and think they would have been better fried. I also would have added some sweet corn afterwards for a bit of different texture and to add a bit of a different flavour. Otherwise these were really good!

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  • Yum! Had these in wraps with

    Submitted by amarca82 on 13. September 2014 - 20:24.

    Yum! Had these in wraps with avocardo. runnier then i expected so you can't premake the patties, you need to scoop the mix as you cook them.

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  • Made these tasty treats for

    Submitted by MinaItaliano on 12. September 2014 - 16:49.

    Made these tasty treats for the family and they were a hit. Easy to prepare and I shallow fried them in a fry pan. I added a variety of cheese including parmesan, fetta and some tasty grated as well as the haloumi and some spicy Moroccan seasoning. Served them with guacamole and coleslaw all made out of my new ThermoMina. They were great they next day in the school lunch box.

    ThermoMina

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  • I made these last night... I

    Submitted by Ashyvan on 11. September 2014 - 08:58.

    I made these last night... I added some onion and garlic and coriander to compliment the mint... I have to say the recipe is amazing! Never would have though to make something like this! THANKS FOR SHARING!! Will become a regular in my kitchen that's for sure!

    Ashley Van Niekerk - Thermomix Representative Mildura VIC 3500

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  • I made this recipe for

    Submitted by Hayley. on 8. September 2014 - 20:34.

    I made this recipe for dinner, I served it with a side salad, and also had it for lunch the next day.  Loved it!  I added a lot of mint, garlic and onion which I sauted in the Closed lid before I put in the sweet potato.  I found that there were a few big chunks of sweet potato which didn't cook down (we pan fried then finished in the oven for 10 minutes to make sure they were cooked all the way through) so next time I will be sure to turbo it a little more to make sure it's all finely chopped up.  Delicious!

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  • These are great, added sping

    Submitted by Passionfruit on 4. September 2014 - 11:23.

    These are great, added sping onion and garlic, used feta instead of haloumi, 110grams of flour, no corn flour needed and also added some cheddar cheese. My boys thought they were great with a bit of yoghurt on top.

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  • Yum, yum, yum!  My non veg

    Submitted by johannagoanna on 2. September 2014 - 18:55.

    Yum, yum, yum!  My non veg eating kids woofed these down for dinner.  Didn't have quite enough haloumi, so used some feta also.  Fantastic!  DS 15 has asked to have the leftovers for breakfast!!!!  Thanks for sharing the receipe.

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  • Love love love these!!!!

    Submitted by thermohappy on 1. September 2014 - 21:45.

    Love love love these!!!!

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  • After reading comments I

    Submitted by redmeryl on 31. August 2014 - 18:01.

    After reading comments I added onion and garlic and cracked pepper and 1/2 cup of frozen corn nd a small amount of tasty cheese . Then shallow fried in olive oil ......yum, yum, yum tmrc_emoticons.) Great recipe, will definately use again Love

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  • Very nice. I only had 240g of

    Submitted by joypovey on 29. August 2014 - 13:35.

    Very nice. I only had 240g of sweet potato so added a small carrot (70g). Also I cook most things like this in a brownie tin with dividers (18 pieces) as I'm on Weight Watchers and it's the easiest way to make equal portions. I would have found it hard to make into patties but it worked fine in the tin. As I couldn't turn the pieces over I left it in the oven for about 20-25 mins.I just had 3 pieces straight from the oven with a side salad. The flavour was a pleasant nutty taste. I may play around next time with onion/garlic or Moroccan spices but as is was quite tasty. As I made it, each piece was 2 propoints with 3 pieces being 7 all up. Very acceptable lunch value.

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  • These were a winner with my

    Submitted by JenJen85 on 28. August 2014 - 13:54.

    These were a winner with my 2.5yo twins. I didn't add parsley or mint. I did add garlic, onion and fresh chilli, also parmesan cheese as I didn't have enough haloumi. Next time I will probably make some tatziki to dip them in.

    I baked mine and like other people the mixture was runny but with extra baking they turned out perfect.

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  • I had quite a sloppy batter

    Submitted by daisyrooandtwo on 27. August 2014 - 15:35.

    I had quite a sloppy batter as well - and probably shouldn't have added as much flour as I did to compensate. I've ended up with sweet potato and haloumi cakes instead of burgers - whoops!

    i think they lose something extra by baking instead of frying too. 

    I used basil onstead of mint and parsley and despite not turning out how I expected they are quite yummy and will be great for picnics or lunch boxes. 

    I think you could probably use a different cheese of you couldn't get your hands on haloumi or were making these on a budget - mozzarella or even just tasty cheddar would be fine!

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  • Holey Dooleys as my daughter

    Submitted by saucysandy on 8. August 2014 - 13:29.

    Holey Dooleys as my daughter used to say! Delish. I baked them in the oven, but to be honest, I think frying them would have just made them that little more special. We had them with a tossed salad and Miss 4 demolished them and asked for some in her lunch box the next day. We try to have a couple of meat free meals each week, and this will go on the regulars board.

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  • These were alright, I had

    Submitted by LexieS on 19. June 2014 - 21:12.

    These were alright, I had them with home made sauce which jazzed up the flavour a bit more. I also had to leave them in the oven for almost 30 minutes (fan forced). I will follow some of the other comments to make them less sloppy next time. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Had these with homemade

    Submitted by Denelle on 13. May 2014 - 13:05.

    Had these with homemade wraps, salad and avocado salsa - delicious!

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  • Very good! could easily adapt

    Submitted by Backgroundmel0dy on 10. May 2014 - 13:26.

    Very good!

    could easily adapt with different seasoning. 

    Next time I think I would like to try a morocan version. 

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  • We found these quite bland.

    Submitted by depome on 9. May 2014 - 09:31.

    We found these quite bland. The haloumi was still quite chunky after using the turbo button, but I left that for texture incase that was intended. The kids weren't really interested, which surprised me, and my husband and I melted a slice of cheese on top each time we ate one as they were more interesting that way. If I can excite them a bit, they should make a good snack for lunchboxes.

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  • These turned out really well.

    Submitted by alimay on 1. May 2014 - 01:51.

    These turned out really well. Batter wasn't sloppy at all and they fried up beautifully. Even tasted yummy reheated the next day for leftovers.

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  • Excellent base recipe! These

    Submitted by ruthiv on 20. April 2014 - 11:35.

    Excellent base recipe!

    These were great but I took note from the comments about people's batter being 'sloppy' so we only added one egg first - turns out it was enough. We also added white onion, about 1/3 of a large one and next time I think I'll add more or 2 to 3 spring onions and experiment with some spices for that extra flavour. We also did a batch in the oven and a batch on the stove and thought the stove ones turned out better.

    Loved this recipe, thanks!

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  • Very nice, next time I would

    Submitted by kthomi on 22. March 2014 - 11:14.

    Very nice, next time I would add some spring onion

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  • Very nice!! My batter wasn't

    Submitted by DonnaG on 24. January 2014 - 18:42.

    Very nice!! My batter wasn't sloppy at all & the patties were a great consistency. I formed mine into shapes using cookie cutters & my 18mth old daughter loved them tmrc_emoticons.) will be great for the lunchbox too. Thanks for the recipe!

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  • I followed the recipe exactly

    Submitted by button84 on 24. January 2014 - 07:32.

    I followed the recipe exactly and ended up with very sloppy "batter". I ended up cooking rounded blobs in the oven but as it was so runny, it took almost 30 mins in a moderate oven. Despite this, they did taste really good. I served them on garlic wraps with lettuce, cheese and tomato. It turned out to be a lovely dish for a hot Summers night! Might use a tad more flour next time...

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  • Deeeelicious! Thanks for a

    Submitted by thermobexta on 15. January 2014 - 02:10.

    Deeeelicious! Thanks for a lovely, simple recipe.

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