I got the recipe for the patty from vegsource.com, made a few changes, and had a delightful burger for lunch today! Feel free to try your own fixings, but this is how I like my burgers best! :-) Enjoy!
Subtle, slightly spicy/sweet potato side dish that comes together in a snap and uses simple ingredients that most people already have in the pantry. These potatoes can also be grilled in foil for about thirty minutes. Enjoy!
I just made a pan of these and I think the price of the smoker was worth it for this recipe alone. These are so much better than store bought smoked nuts, which taste like all chemicals compared to these guys. I have a large smoker so when I take the trouble to crank it up for a roast or something, I try to use up the leftover space for anything I can get my hands on that looks like it could use a good smokin'. I used hickory chips for these nuts but I would think they'd be just as good with mesquite, oak or apple. I'm really sorry I didn't triple the recipe and I will next time. This is a great recipe to use up space in your smoker and serve with cocktails to your guests while waiting for the main course to finish.
This recipe is in the Favorite Brand Name Recipes book for the George Foreman Grill. This is a great way to fix sweet potatoes, spicy and sweet. These can also be cooked outside on a gas or charcoal grill.
I've been making this simple appetizer for years, it just sort of invented itself one summer evening when I had a lot of mushrooms, garlic and guests. They can be done on the grill or baked in the oven. They're great either way.