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Blw and sweet potato

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omri Sun 23-Nov-14 16:42:47

Probably a stupid question- sorry! But have a sweet potato in the fridge and a nearly 8 mo dd who will only eat finger foods. No mush, no spoons. So how should I cook the sweet potato? I never use them myself so not sure how to prepare it in a way that I can make finger food out of it...
Thank you!

omri Sun 23-Nov-14 16:43:33

Also, once cooked, will it last 2 or 3 days in the fridge?

LizzieMint Sun 23-Nov-14 16:44:32

Cut into wedges and bake in the oven. They cook a lot quicker than ordinary potatoes, probably only takes about 20 mins.

Hakluyt Sun 23-Nov-14 16:45:09

I would probably cut it into cubes and roast it. But it wouldn't get anywhere near the baby- I would have eaten it straight out of the pan.......

ByTheWishingWell Sun 23-Nov-14 16:45:16

I used to make it into 'chips'. Just chop it up into fingers, brush with a little oil, spread on a baking tray and put in the oven. Takes about 20-30 minutes depending how thick cut they are, IIRC.

omri Sun 23-Nov-14 16:46:58

Ah great- that's what I was hoping. Cool- will be done and cooled in time for her supper (she refuses any warm food).
Thank you ladies smile

Hakluyt Sun 23-Nov-14 16:52:53

Dust them with cumin first.

Or dust half with cumin and see which she prefers. Mine would kill for anything with cumin!

Hakluyt Sun 23-Nov-14 17:19:20

Or squeeze on some garlic. Ditto!

CarpeJugulum Sun 23-Nov-14 17:21:55

A bit of paprika here for spice. They're lovely!

omri Sun 23-Nov-14 17:43:59

Ooh nice! And skin on or skin off? What say you?

Hakluyt Sun 23-Nov-14 17:46:39

Skin off I think at this age. You don't want to put her off a new taste by the texture.

Littlef00t Mon 24-Nov-14 16:10:44

They also freeze well. I do little foil portion packets then bung them in the oven for 15 mins.

LizzieMint Tue 25-Nov-14 19:38:51

Skin on for me, I never bother peeling either potatoes or sweet potatoes for wedges

elsbethy Wed 26-Nov-14 05:55:08

I leave the skin on for roasting. Once they're cooked you can just peel the skin off with your fingers.

My DS adores them. Though, like Hakluyt I often eat them before he gets a chance.

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