Did she just say savory sweet potatoes? But, sweet potatoes are...sweet. Yes, and that is the beautiful duality that makes this recipe so terribly addicting. In less than an hour (most of which can be spent surfing the interwebs), you can eat an entire batch of sweet potatoes. Or, share them with your family at Christmas if you're feeling especially generous. Tis the season!
Interesting thing happened today. I went to Sprouts with the SOLE intention of getting sweet potatoes (and cilantro for my sister's guinea pigs that I'm piggy-sitting. Cilantro, I know. Weird.) By some strange happenstance, I ended up getting a full cart of groceries. $60 worth of groceries, none of which included sweet potatoes. I love Sprouts, but all they had was the albino sweet potatoes. Or blonde sweet potatoes. Whatever you want to call them, they were not the beautiful orange color I was seeking. You can't photograph mouthwatering sweet potatoes if they're pale white. Blondes do have more fun, but this recipe calls for red heads. If I had more time this week, I'd be photographing 6 more recipes because I have a million things in my fridge now. (Sorry Lynnea, I have definitely taken over your half.)
But back to the kitchen. Give this recipe a try, and bring it to the Christmas dinner table. You'll be surprised how simple it is to make and it only has 2 main ingredients + olive oil and spices! Boom. Easy as sweet potato pie.
Prep time: >5 minutes
Total time: 45-50 minutes
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Best of luck and a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS,