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I don’t know about you, but I just love the combination of sweet potatoes and black beans.
My favorite restaurant at college in Chapel Hill was called the Flying Burrito, and my favorite dish was their “Flying Mayan” — a (whole wheat – augh) burrito with spiced sweet potatoes and black beans tucked inside. Ever since, I’ve been hooked on that flavor combination and I often make my own gluten free take on The Flying Mayan with my homemade gluten free flour tortillas.
But even more handy is to merge those delicious flavors into a veggie burger, don’t you think?
I’ve experimented with a few other ingredient combinations (rice, wild rice, quinoa …) and they all work out to be yummy, it’s just how well they hold together into a veggie burger. Since there’s no egg or other binder, the sweet potatoes are the real meat of this healthy burger, and they take to these spices like they were born together.
Served on a homemade gluten free hamburger bun, it’s truly a match made in heaven.
What’s your favorite topping for a burger? Put it all on this homemade gluten free sweet potato black bean burger, and you’ll love it all the more!
Oh, and did I mention that these babies cook up perfectly in an air fryer?! So quick, too! Since there’s no meat or egg or dairy in this recipe, the only thing you need to do is cook them long enough to be hot or crunchy on the outside, which the air fryer is super good for. Otherwise, feel free to old school fry these veggie burgers or of course, to grill them.
If you’d like more information about air fryers and to find other gluten free recipes for air fryer, search “Air Fryer” in the search bar at the top of every page at gfJules.com or hop to my Air Fryer Review.
Ideally, allow time to wrap these gluten free sweet potato black bean burgers in plastic wrap and refrigerate to help them hold together better. It’s not an essential step if you’re pressed for time, but especially if grilling, you’ll want to budget time for some refrigeration first.
If you’d like to try another fun gluten free veggie burger recipe (made with lentils), hop to it! This one is more of an Asian flavor veggie burger — try them both and see which you like better!
Happy healthy burger season!
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