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Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Balsamic Drizzle

December 2005/January 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (61 votes)

A delicious tangy-sweet balsamic-and-honey reduction looks dramatic over roasted sweet potato wedges.



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"This is a fabulous recipe. We have made it several times just for ourselves and have enjoyed the sweet potatoes with this balsamic drizzle. The recipe works so well, that we have recommended it to friends and we are including it with...
Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Balsamic Drizzle Recipe

10 Reviews for Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Balsamic Drizzle

11/20/2013
Anonymous
Easy tasty meal

This recipe was easy to make and tasted awesome! I made it for myself as a meal. Little ingredients and good for you. Anyone who likes sweet potoatoes will love these. Keep them in a few more minutes to get them crispier.

Healthy, easy
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05/18/2013
Anonymous

1/2" wedges burned REAL well at 425* for fewer than 25min. I went to turn the potatoes at @ 12min. timed and they were well scorched already. (Yes, my temp is/was correct and verified by both setting and oven thermometer).

I suggest using the broiler until browned. Flip, then cook another 2-3 minutes. Turn heat off and cover with loose foil or another tray to finish in oven. Works well with a similar way/recipe I prepare them in slices.

A touch of charring is all good on Sweet Potatoes, but this one needs to be revised.

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11/02/2012
Anonymous
Easy and delicious!

This was so easy and it turned out great, eveybody at my house thought it was super yummy.

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03/11/2012
Drizzle is black gold!!

You could put this drizzle on SHOES and they would taste good. Seriously, the counterbalance of the flavors is very exciting for those who are not sweet potato fanatics like myself. For those of us who think putting anything on a sweet potato is sacrilege, trust me, you'll really like it!

Great Flavor, easy to make, fast.
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05/19/2011
Great Side Dish

This is a great dish with complimentary flavors. The sweetness of the potatoes and honey mix well with the tang of the vinegar and spice of the salt and pepper. This is best served as a side dish. I attempted to have a serving for lunch one day, but found myself a bit unsatisfied regarding my appetite. Therefore, it works best as a side to a main dish at your largest meal time. I followed the recipe exactly and was pleased with how easy it was and the final result.

complimentary flavors
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