Curried Potato-Corn Patties | PCC Natural Markets

Curried Potato-Corn Patties

Serves: 8

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You may flavor these burgers delicately or strongly depending on your taste for curry.



Mash garbanzos in a large bowl or blend in a food processor until a chunky paste is formed. Set aside.

Steam potatoes until soft. While potatoes are steaming, saute onions in oil over medium heat until golden, 7 to 10 minutes. Add garlic, tomatoes, chile peppers and corn. Season with salt and pepper.

Turn up heat to medium-high. Cook until tomatoes are soft, stirring frequently, 2 to 3 minutes. Add curry powder. Stir and cook for 1 additional minute. When the mixture begins to stick slightly, add wine. Cook until mixture has reduced slightly, leaving a thick sauce. Remove from heat.

Add curry mixture and potatoes to garbanzo beans. Mash potatoes and mix well. Add vinegar and additional salt and pepper to taste. Mix in breadcrumbs. If mixture seems too wet, add more breadcrumbs. Let cool and form into patties.

To cook, coat patties with breadcrumbs and fry in 2 to 3 tablespoons oil on both sides, until crispy. Drain on paper towels. Serve with Mango Avocado Salsa.

Recipe by Ken Charney, former PCC staff

More about: curry, vegetables


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which bun to use?

would brioche be too delicate?

RE: Brioche bun


Brioche would definitely work as a bun. Although you'll want to toast and serve right away.

If one were to make a bunch of burgers on brioche and then set them out on a buffet the brioche would ultimately soak up the juice from the burger and fall apart as that is the nature of the bread.

So yes, brioche is great, just eat right away.


Tom Monahan
PCC Natural Markets

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