Some folks would say Thanksgiving dinner just isn't the same without a side of sweet potatoes. This Thanksgiving, try glazing them with honey, sauteing them with cranberries, or baking them with apples and a drizzle of maple syrup -- with mouthwatering recipes like these, you're sure to find a sweet potato side dish you love.
These special occasion sweet potatoes can be made ahead. Reheat before dinner.
Cutting the potatoes into small cubes before boiling prevents them from becoming waterlogged and results in a fluffier finish to this easy side dish.
Cutting the potatoes into small cubes before boiling prevents them from becoming waterlogged and results in a fluffier mashed potato side dish.
Balance the natural sugars in sweet potato with the earthiness of mushrooms and the saltiness of bacon for a stunner of a side dish.
Bring these low-calorie, no-fat glazed sweet potatoes to your next holiday event or serve them at home for a weekday dinner.
A mashed sweet potato keeps these biscuits tender and moist.
Perfectly roasted sweet potatoes are balanced beautifully by an elegant dressing of cider vinegar, fresh garlic and peppery arugula. Hazelnuts add texture and buttery richness. Due to their high fat content, hazelnuts are particularly susceptible to rancidity. For optimal shelf life, store in an air-tight container in the freezer, for up to 3 months.
Give mashed potatoes a twist your family will love by combining sweet potatoes with coconut milk, curry powder, and crushed red pepper.
Toasted pecans and sticky-sweet marshmallows top creamy whipped sweet potatoes.
Pumpkin pie spice flavors a sweet potato casserole. A corn flake topping adds a tasty crunch for this side dish recipe.
If sweet potatoes are your vegetable of choice, try this glazed recipe that combines sugar, lemon juice, nutmeg, and butter for a side dish that's fit for a holiday meal.
Creamy meringue isn't just for holiday pies. Scoop it on top of mashed sweet potatoes in this special occasion side dish.
This delicious side dish recipe is perfect for Thanksgiving or any special occasion. It features a luscious mix of sweet potatoes, white cheddar cheese, red apples, whipping cream, and fresh thyme.
Roasted potatoes tossed with maple syrup and mustard are both sweet and zesty in this simple recipe.
You can cook and mash the sweet potatoes and turnips a day ahead and reheat them in the microwave just before serving.
These baked sweet potatoes are lower in calories, fat, and sugar than the traditional butter and marshmallow version.