Soy-Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Winter 2004

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Sweet potatoes glazed in a savory-sweet combination of soy sauce, mirin and sesame oil makes a delectable side dish. If you don’t eat them all at the first sitting, reheat in a nonstick skillet—they are even more delicious the second time around. (Adapted from Local Flavors, copyright 2002 by Deborah Madison. Reprinted with permission from Broadway Books.)

Soy-Glazed Sweet Potatoes

2 Reviews for Soy-Glazed Sweet Potatoes


The best sweet potatoes I have ever had. I was concerned about leaving the skins on but they were so tender and good.Definitely a keeper!!!


I feared this dish would be too sweet for me since I'm not even a fan of the already sweet, sweet potato. But I'm so glad I tried it. It was perfect served along side my chicken fried rice and EatingWell's Roasted Cabbage in Black Bean Garlic Sauce.


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