White Bean Cakes with Fruit Salsa

Menu Part: 
Entree
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
30, 5-ounce burgers

This unique burger recipe combines white beans and fruit salsa for a sweet and flavorful meal option.

Ingredients

6 lb. white kidney beans, drained
¾ lb. ⅜-in. diced frozen onions
0.0833 lb. granulated garlic
0.0940 lb. chopped fresh parsley
0.0156 lb. salt
0.0052 lb. pepper
0.0938 qt. low-sodium soy sauce
0.0469 qt. olive oil
¾ lb. ¼-in. diced green peppers
2.4380 lb. Japanese breadcrumbs

Fruit Salsa
6.9 lb. sliced peaches
6.9 lb. Dole Pineapple Chunk
8 ½ lb. mild salsa
3 lb. chopped cilantro
0.1250 qt. orange extract
0.0469 qt. Tobasco

Steps

  1. Mash all ingredients. Measure 5 ounces of product and form into hamburger shape.
  2. In heavy-bottom skillet or griddle, brown both sides of bean cakes and transfer to sheet pan.
  3. Place in 350°F oven and bake for about 10 minutes.

Salsa:

  1. Combine peaches and pineapple (undrained) and quickly chop in Robocoupe, leaving coarse.
  2. Mix peaches and pineapple with remaining ingredients.
  3. Refrigerate for 24 hours prior to serving.

Recipe by Syracuse University

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