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Recipe Ideas: Sweet Potatoes

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With sweet potatoes being prominent in the shares right now, we thought it might be useful for you to get some new ideas for how to use them. 

So here are a few recipes we've stumbled upon recently for new ways to use sweet potatoes:

As a Carroty Soup or a Mash: Cooking Light has two recipes that look intriguing: a Creamy Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup and Mashed Sweet Potatoes spiced with Curry.

As Roasted Discs: Gourmet has a recipe for Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds with Garlic Oil and Fried Sage.  

As a Southwestern Soup: And the Food Network features a well-rated recipe for a Sweet Potato Soup with Blue Corn Tortillas

Fajita Spiced: At home, we like tossing cubed sweet potatoes with fajita season and then roasting them. You can read our entry about Fajita Sweet Potatoes on my blog. 

As Home Fries: Previously here on the Clagett blog, we've featured a recipe for Sweet Potato Homefries

Hopefully these ideas will help you find some new ways to use sweet potatoes.

Do you have a favorite sweet potato recipe? If so, please share it!



i love sweet potatoes! yuuummm!!!


Here is my recipe for roasted sweet potatoes. On the blog you will also find a recipe for pumpkin muffins and you can substitute sweet potatoes for the pumpkin.


Yummy Sweet Potato Biscuits

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