Baked Sweet Potatoes
Baked potatoes are an American classic side dish, but the flavor is enhanced even more with sweet potatoes. Baked Sweet Potato and Chile Wedges offers a whole new take on the delicious flavor of sweet potato. And who can resist Baked Sweet Potato Fries?
Instead of basic French fries to accompany your burger dinner, try these savory sweet potatoes that crisp up in the oven not the fryer.
These special occasion sweet potatoes can be made ahead. Reheat before dinner.
A healthier take on sweet potato fries, this roasted version is served with a sweet and savory sauce. Try them with turkey burgers, a chopped salad, or as an appetizer.
This side-dish recipe boasts a zesty mix of spices that coat the homemade fries. Serve them with burgers for dinner.
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.
Toasted pecans and sticky-sweet marshmallows top creamy whipped sweet potatoes.
A smoky cumin rub, spicy maple butter and fried (yes, fried!) fresh sage transform anti-oxidant rich sweet potatoes into an elegant dish that perfectly complements a wide range of entrees. When purchasing sweet potatoes, look for smooth, unblemished skins. Store in a cool, dark place for up to a week.
Creamy meringue isn't just for holiday pies. Scoop it on top of mashed sweet potatoes in this special occasion side dish.
These baked sweet potatoes are lower in calories, fat, and sugar than the traditional butter and marshmallow version.
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.
Taste this healthful take on French fries.
Scalloped potatoes take a Southwestern turn with this side dish casserole. It uses sweet spuds, Mexican cheese, and chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.
This casserole recipe skips the step of browning the ground beef and boiling the sweet potatoes, keeping prep time to a minimum. Cinnamon and allspice lend exotic flavors to the beef and bean mixture.
Syrup, cider, and butter make an easy glaze for this sweet potato side dish. Serve it with roast turkey or ham.