Sweet Potato Adzuki Bean Burger Gameday Sliders with Spinach, Cucumber, Dill Aioli. Vegan Recipe

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Today I am guest posting At Jackie's blog at Vegan Yack Attack. If you havent been there before, now is the time. All the gorgeous everyday food, the smoothies, raw options, the drinks, yes drinks and product reviews too. Thank you for the opportunity to guest post Jackie!

These Sliders are easy to put together, healthy(baked), and flexible to taste. Another great snack option for Gameday. If you missed the other pretty Slider, you can catch yesterday's Roasted Butternut, Caramelized Onion, Sriracha Mayo Slider post here.

Some days I plan out my day to make something and cook that up, pictured and written up for a post. Some other days, I just go to the kitchen, look around and start working. This was one of those days. I had a few Sweet Potatoes from the weekly farm delivery, so I boiled them. Then started looking for some beans. I did not have any soaking, so looked at my canned bean section, which happens to be on the topmost shelf in the kitchen. This is because the kitchen storage keeps getting full and some days some priorities(beans should be more accessible) are missed in the reorganization. I tried to get the Cannellini beans can from the shelf and it toppled over behind all the other cans. Making a mental note to get hubbs to shift all the bean cans to a lower level, I reached out a grabbed another can. Ha! Adzuki beans.

Then I went to our balcony herb garden and saw some very green and flourishing Dill. Cut some of that, some remnants of Spinach and headed to choose between cucumber, red bell pepper, onions and tomatoes for an added crunch. Dill and cucumber always work so well together. So there they went. I sliced up some of my day old Multigrain rolls. Went about clicking some pictures. I toasted the ones that would be served. The rolls in the pictures are not toasted. Both work fine. I like warm bread:) 

And so is the story of these cute Sliders. The sweet potato patties are quite addictive by themselves. These mini burgers are small but still pack a good punch in filling you up with just a few. I say make some for Gameday!

You can find step by step pictures and the Recipe at Vegan Yack Attack hereOr Scroll below. 

Boil, peel and mash 1 large Sweet Potato or Yam.
Add the rest of the ingredients, mix, mash, mix. Taste and adjust salt if needed.

Make patties and coat in bread crumbs. The mixture will be sticky. Use flour or oil on hands to work. Once baked the patties are quite sturdy.

Bake for 25-30 minutes at 375 degrees F, until golden and dry on the outside.

Assemble and serve.

Sweet Potato Aduki bean burger patties, Spinach, Cucumber, Dill Aioli Sliders

Allergy Information: Dairy, Egg, Soy, corn, yeast free. Can be made glutenfree
Makes 7-8 patties
1 Sweet Potato or Yam boiled, peeled, mashed. about 1 cup mashed
1 cup Adzuki beans(cooked or canned)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon berbere spice (or other spice blend of choice-Cajun, garam masala etc)
1/2 teaspoon chili flakes or to taste
1 Tablespoon onion flakes
1 Tablespoon nutritional yeast
2-4 Tablespoons flour (Wheat or Oat or any gf flour. I used 2 Tbsp wheat)
2 or more Tablespoons bread crumbs
1 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil

1/4 cup bread crumbs to coat


Cucumber slices
Baby Spinach
Fresh Dill chopped
Dill Jalapeno aioli - add a teaspoon of chopped Dill to the Aioli recipe.
Multigrain buns/rolls.


Boil, peel and mash 1 large Sweet Potato or Yam.
Add the rest of the ingredients except 1/4 cup bread crumbs.  Mix, mash, mix.
Taste and adjust salt if needed. Chill for 15 minutes so the mixture gets less sticky.
Make patties and coat in bread crumbs. I made 3 inch wide and 1/2-3/4 inch thick patties. The mixture might be sticky. Use flour or oil on hands to work. Once baked, the patties are quite sturdy.
(Use gf bread crumbs or coarsely ground Oats for glutenfree)
Bake for 25-30 minutes at 375 degrees F, until golden and dry on the outside.
Toast the buns/rolls lightly(optional)
Arrange Spinach on the buns, Top with a burger patty, Cucumbers, Dill Aioli, Fresh Dill and the top half of the bun.

These burgers are being shared at Ricki's wellness weekend.


  1. Now thats what I call a guilt free burger... Would love to have one Richa

  2. they look and sound lovely, richa! definitely going to check out the recipe now!

  3. I nearly bought dry adzuki beans at the store the other day but chickened out. Now I'm kicking myself. Girl when you start going with a theme, it gets a little INSANE. Love these

    1. You can use cannelini or other beans.. i just picked one and went.. anything will work:) not many sliders in the drafts yet maybe i can make it a burger week.. a month is too long:)

  4. I'm a sucker for a good veggie burger and these look very tempting!

    1. Thanks Bobbie:) these re quite easy to put together:)

  5. Richa, you are too good to be true! I adore adzuki beans but almost never think to make them into savory dishes, and have a ton of panko bread crumbs that I was just wondering how I should use up. Perfect, perfect!

    1. Thanks Hannah! i'll have to look up your blog to see what you use adzuki beans in:)

  6. We are on the same brain wave! I made basically these same burgers this week :)

  7. Ooh, these look so good! I'm always looking for good veggie burger patty recipes, so this one is going on my list. :)

  8. I made these for dinner last week, I served the patties, cukes and sauce over a bed of Arugula and they were AMAZING! I love your creativity! you come up with some truly awesome combinations. I love both sweet potatoes and Adzuki Beans but never thought to use them together in a burger! awesome, awesome, awesome!! :)

    1. Awesome! I am so happy that you made these and liked them!! :)) Thanks Kyleigh!

  9. Hi there. The current Food on Friday on Carole's Chatter is about burgers. I do hope you link this lovely one in. This is the link . Please do pop back to check out some of the other links – there are a lot of good ones already. Have a great week.

  10. Awesome recipe! Looks so good..can't wait to try it :)

  11. Holy moly those look incredible! I love every single ingredient in them too!


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