uber delicious!! I made this dish instead of mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving and it was delicious! Filling, tasty and so full of flavor. Will be making this again and again.
Sweet Potato & Turnip Mash with Sage Butter
From EatingWell: November/December 2010
This sweet potato and turnip mash is fragrant with fresh sage.
6 Reviews for Sweet Potato & Turnip Mash with Sage Butter
I found my favorite dish for Thanksgiving. I love savory dishes and this one nails it. I have been making this dish for Thanksgiving for 2 or 3 years now. I have taken this to potlucks. I do use Butternut Squash though instead of sweet potatoes. Roasting can enhance the flavors, and don't forget to roast the garlic as well. That way no watered down taste. I make this the day before, and just fry the sage right before serving. Yum! No Sweet Potato casseroles here. All of these ingredients except garlic come right from my garden. Can't get enough of it.
I made this for Thanksgiving this year and it was a hit! I halved the amount of sage recommended and it was perfect. I also used gold sweet potatoes, which were very tasty, however, next time I'll use the yellow ones to provide more color and contrast to the turnips.
I loved the sage in this - though I can say adding garlic at the end wouldn't be a bad idea - but I think it impossible to use too much garlic. Overall, I found it to be oddly addictive and ate too much of it. I plan to make this again. Great way to use up fall CSA turnips.
I took the previous reviewers advice regarding there being too much sage so used less than half the amount and counted the medium and large leaves as two. This is still too much sage. I ended up picking out at least half of the sage at the end.
I waited until the end to use the garlic, putting the garlic in the butter before the sage to add more flavor.
I overcooked the turnips and sweet potatoes and they kept in more of the water when I drained them, my mistake. After they were done I cooked them on low for 10 minutes and this gave them a fluffier texture.
Would definitely make again, using just 1/4 the amount of sage and watching closely to avoid overcooking.