These Yam Sweet Potato Beef Sliders are made using yams, ginger, turmeric, black pepper and mixed with grass fed mince. Yam is a nutrient rich root whose benefits include being a digestion aid, having anti oxidant properties and helping the body absorb nutrients. Some studies state that yam improves the brain’s learning and memory capacity. You can have yams simply boiled with stews or you can grate it and mix it with mince and seasonings to make burgers or sausages. These sliders have been served on sliced boiled sweet potato, topped with kale then the sliders.
Yams have a wet texture and no distinct flavor so will take on the flavor of whatever you add to them. To use them in this recipe you’ll need to peel off the skin and then grate them.
YAM SWEET POTATO BEEF SLIDERS RECIPE
200g grass fed ground beef/mince, 1 rasher bacon chopped, 3 to 4 tablespoons peeled and grated yams, 1 teaspoon grated ginger,1 teaspoon grate tumeric, black pepper, grated butter, salt
boiled sweet potato slices, sauted kale or other vegetables
Yams grated feel a bit wet in texture. You can add them in small increaments so the mix can hold it’s shape. Remember to be generous with your seasonings or things could easily get tasteless.
Roll them or shape them in baking paper if they’re a bit too slippy to handle
Bake in the oven at medium heat for 20 mins
Stack your slider on sweet potato with sauteed kale, or just have a bowl of kale with sweet potato with your sausage.
- 200 g grass fed mince/ground meat
- 1 rasher chopped bacon
- 3 to 5 tablespoons, peeled and grated yams to be added incrementally
- 1 teaspoon grated tumeric
- 1 teaspoon grated ginger
- black pepper
- Sauteed kale and boiled sweet potato slices to serve
- Shape into sausages or burgers.
- If it's slippery shape using baking paper
- Bake in a preheated oven at medium heat for 20 mins
- Let them cool and serve with sweet potato and kale.