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Maple-Roasted Sweet Potatoes

November/December 2007

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Roasting sweet potatoes is even easier than boiling and mashing them. Maple syrup glaze transforms this ultra-simple dish into something sublime.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Absolutely delicious. Inadvertently didn't cover it but that was okay, as it caused the sauce to thicken just a touch. Used both whilte sweet potatoes and garnet yams, lovely color and flavor. Took about 35 mins to cook with the...

38 Reviews for Maple-Roasted Sweet Potatoes

11/25/2015
Anonymous
I Wish I Had Doubled the Recipe!

I weighed the sweet potatoes after peeling them, and they were about 1/4# more than called for. I think the recipe will feed the 5 people who will be eating at my table, but I'm considering making a second batch in order to ensure leftovers!

It's delicious, looks pretty, and can be made a day in advance. This is a good alternative to all of the sweet potato recipes that call for a lot of butter, sweetening, and other "extra" ingredients. I will definitely make it again!

Easy, can be made a day ahead, reasonably healthy, attractive.
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11/13/2015
Anonymous

Have made my old family recipe for brown sugar and butter sweet potatoes for years but now that I've found this recipe, it is the only one I use. So easy and great flavor without the heavy calories.

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11/13/2015
Anonymous

Have made my old family recipe for brown sugar and butter sweet potatoes for years but now that I've found this recipe, it is the only one I use. So easy and great flavor without the heavy calories.

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11/13/2015
Anonymous

Have made my old family recipe for brown sugar and butter sweet potatoes for years but now that I've found this recipe, it is the only one I use. So easy and great flavor without the heavy calories.

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11/13/2015
Anonymous

Have made my old family recipe for brown sugar and butter sweet potatoes for years but now that I've found this recipe, it is the only one I use. So easy and great flavor without the heavy calories.

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