Hamburgers with potatoes and sweet potatoes mix
Hamburgers with potatoes and sweet potatoes mix is a flavorful recipe, and an easy way to incorporate sweet potatoes into your menu.
- 400 g beef mince or 2 ready mixed and shaped hamburgers
- 1 medium red onion sliced
- 1 medium tomato sliced
- 1 sweet potato
- 300-400 g white or red potatoes
- 200 g Champignon mushrooms
- 50 g spinach or green salad
- 4 slices cheedar cheese
- 2 buns
- 1 tbsp potatoes spice mix
- 1 l palm oil for frying
- 1 tbsp mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp yogurt
- 1 tbsp diced red onion
- homemade ketchup
Preparing the ingredients
Peel the onion and potatoes.
Wash all vegetables - potatoes, onion, tomato, spinach, and mushrooms.
Slice the onion and tomato. Keep 4-6 slices of onion. Dice the ends of the onion.
Slice the mushrooms. Saute the mushrooms into 1 tablespoon oil with salt and pepper. Put the frying oil to heat, on high.
Cut the potatoes into sticks (fries). Fry in a deep fat fryer or use a heavy-duty pot, on high heat. Mix from time to time.
When the liquid from the mushrooms evaporates they are ready. Remove onto a plate.
Put the hamburgers to fry into a nonstick pan, with no oil, on medium heat. Fry to your liking.
Cut the buns horizontally.
Mix the mayo with yogurt and diced onion. This sauce is lighter than the mayo, still delicious.
When the fries are done, remove them into a colander lined with paper towels. While still hot, sprinkle the potato spice mix over and shake the colander to mix.
When the hamburgers are done to your liking, on both sides, add the sliced cheese and cover with a lid to help melt.
Assemble the hamburgers
On the bottom side of the bun, put the spinach or green salad.
Add the hamburger with the cheese side up.
Add mushrooms, tomatoes, and onions.
Arrange onto a plate with the potatoes mix on the side.
Top with mayo sauce or/and homemade ketchup (or store-bought), to your liking.