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Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Coconut Milk

December 2005/January 2006, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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This three-ingredient dish, known as piele in Hawaii, is fabulously simple. Coconut milk—an occasional indulgence because of the saturated fat—contributes rich flavor.



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14 Reviews for Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Coconut Milk

03/24/2016
Anonymous
East and Delicious

This was so easy. I sometimes switch out the spices using ginger, nutmeg, all spice or cinnamon or combinations. I omit the salt, I don't use added salt in my recipes. It's also good when made with cashew milk.

If you don't like using a microwave it's just as easy to make in the oven.

Easy, healthy,delicious
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09/27/2015
Anonymous

Do you call this a healthy recipe all the while using a microwave oven? Do you know the disastrous results of using that kind of heat? Much too fast. No Wonder there is so much cancer in the USA.

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08/02/2015
Anonymous
3 Ingredients My A**

YOU LIAR.
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And I wilL now NoTE thaT therE arE JUSt sOme peoPle that Cant StanD mE UsiNg caps Like THIs. ooOps

you added salt. I WILL FIND YOU
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12/24/2012
Anonymous
Fantastic!

This turned out grey! Made the day before and reheated in the oven. None left, my guests loved it. Fresh and tasty!

Easy, inexpensive, simple, tasty
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10/10/2012
Anonymous
simple, and nummy

I absolutely love this recipe; i now keep a constant supply of coconut milk just so i can make this whenever i feel like peeling sweet potatoes
HIGHLY recommended

easy, few ingredients , delicious
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