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Sweet potato recipes, please!

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frannyf Sat 09-Jul-05 21:38:37

Any ideas for sweet potatoes, please, as I have a load in the fridge and need inspiration? We are vegetarian, and it needs to be suitable for freezing, as well. I normally do a sort of sweet potato + red lentil sauce which goes well with rice etc., but would like something different for a change.

MarsLady Sat 09-Jul-05 21:39:41

sweet potato chips
sweet potato mash
sweet potato soup

KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-05 21:40:29

Sweet potatoe pie - mashed SP with cheese & fried onion

Sweet Potatoe chips (won't freeze tho')

My DH does a sweet potatoe pudding (dessert) but the ingredient change everytime he does it - so I can't tell you how

MarsLady Sat 09-Jul-05 21:41:38

southern food, sweet potato recipes

MarsLady Sat 09-Jul-05 21:42:38

and more

MarsLady Sat 09-Jul-05 21:43:31

even more

frannyf Sat 09-Jul-05 21:44:00

Pie - as in a pastry case? Sounds really, erm, filling, have you tried it KatyMac?

Just realised, should have put this in recipe section really, sorry

MarsLady Sat 09-Jul-05 21:44:27

and that's your lot from me

frannyf Sat 09-Jul-05 21:44:34

Wahey, thanks MarsLady, off to read links...

MarsLady Sat 09-Jul-05 21:45:07

you're welcome!

KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-05 21:45:40

No pie as Oven proof dish and under the grill to brown

Mindees have it at least once a fortnight usually with beans, DH has is as his "potatoes" with any sort of meat.

It's DD's fav

fishfinger Sat 09-Jul-05 21:46:46

sweet potato dauphinoise
like wiht normal spuds but use them

frannyf Sat 09-Jul-05 21:50:37

That sounds gorgeous Katy, just wondering if I could freeze it, probably not I guess. I like to cook in bulk at the weekend and then reheat things in the week, also they need cooking NOW (well, this weekend) and there are a lot of them.

I guess dauphinoise would not freeze either? It has cream in, right?

KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-05 21:53:12

Yes I make 2 or 3 at a time and freeze what's left - either whole dishes or individual spoon foods (for when I have an unexpected baby and need easily mashable food or for a treat for DD to have with her tea)

But if my helper KJ is around I rarely have any left between her & DH we have arguments about how they each deserve the larger portion of what's left

KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-05 21:54:11

I would say cooked dauphinesse (sp) would freeze fine - but I freeze most things and learn by my mistakes

KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-05 21:54:51

Can't you just parboil and freeze anyway - then you could get them out as you need (like for chips)

frannyf Sat 09-Jul-05 22:02:47

So the pie is just cooked sweet potato, mashed with grated cheese and fried onions, browned under the grill, and it freezes ok? Fab. Sounds easy and I fancy some right now!

frannyf Sat 09-Jul-05 22:03:49

Not sure about parboiling and freezing, I would worry they would come out mushy (but am a bit lairy of freezing things generally).

KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-05 22:03:53

The more onions the tastier (IMO) and if you have to ask if you have added enough cheese then you haven't

SecondhandRose Sat 09-Jul-05 22:43:12

How do you make sweet potato chips, I've tried and only got soggy things that are black round the edges. I boiled them for 3 minutes then fried in very shallow oil.

KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-05 22:44:48

Well i slice them rather than chip them (iysim)
Then I par boil for about 10 mins
The into hot fat until golden brown

teeavee Sat 09-Jul-05 23:49:20

hugh fearnley whitsisname has a recipe for sweet potato and chilli bake - will try and find it (tomorrow!)

frannyf Sun 10-Jul-05 13:14:25

Made the sweet potato, cheese and onion bake thing - my son loved it and have stuck some in the freezer for later, so thanks for that. Any other ideas still useful though.

Yorkiegirl Sun 10-Jul-05 13:18:22

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babyonboard Sun 10-Jul-05 15:02:51

sweet potato salad with mayo, spring onion, dash of lemon juice and wholgrain mustard. oh, and fresh parsley is good in it too...delicious!

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