Top-ranked recipe named "Roasted Sweet 'taters"
Simple to make and everyone seems to enjoy this dish. This recipe also works well with yams or Idaho baking potatoes.
"Just made these tonight except I used garlic salt and a cajun blend seasoning and my husband who hates sweet potatoes couldn't stop eating them!! My 1 1/2 year old triplets couldn't get enough of them either so this is a deffinate keeper! I served them along side a honey mustard roast turkey breast and they were a perfect pair!! Thanks for the inspiration!!"- tripletmama
Preheat oven to 425F.
Cut sweet potatoes into about 3/4 inch cubes (large dice). Leave the skins on removing only the hard knob at each end. Alternatively you might cut them in wedges or slice them in 1/2 inch disks.
Combine sweet potatoes and remaining ingredients in a bowl (or plastic bag); toss gently to coat. Place potatoes on a baking sheet (do not overlap); bake at 425F for 25 minutes or until very tender.
If you're using your oven for something else (at a lower temperature) that's fine, just adjust the cooking time up a bit.
Each (app 1/2 cup) serving contains an estimated:
Cals: 83, FatCals: 8, TotalFat: 1g
SatFat:0g, PolyFat: 0g, MonoFat: 1g
Chol: 0mg, Na: 106mg, K: 256mg
TotCarbs: 15g, Fiber: 2g Sugars: 6g
NetCarbs: 13g, protein: 1g
You can also cut the potato in wedges or disks if you prefer a "larger" presentation.
pcfmendoza 10 months agoAwesome!
singleguy55 1 year agoIt is so simple and taste great
Jenstarling 1 year agoFabulous. Also good with cinnamon and salt.
Kendra_InTheKitchen 1 year agoWow...awesome! Substituted coconut oil for the olive oil. Turned out GREAT. Whole family loved included the 3 year olds. Looking forward to trying spicy on another day. So, so good. Thank you!
kionson 1 year ago
paulavaskeroeterdink 1 year agoDidn't use cloves and they turned out delish! Amazing what a little nutmeg can do.
KImberlyscoubys 1 year ago
macandpeaches 1 year agoFamliy loved it! Easy, quick, and enjoyable!
judtoff 1 year ago
Havingfuncookin 1 year agoThese really are great!! Thanks for posting :)