Guest Post: A Very Sweet Potato Roundup

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A Very Sweet Potato Roundup

By: Kira at Tip Hero

sweet potato Guest Post: A Very Sweet Potato Roundup

I’ve been on a sweet potato kick lately and I don’t care who knows it. My new favorite winter recipe, which I’ve made 3 times in the last month or two, is this amazing Crockpot Chicken and Sweet Potatoes recipe I found over at Busy Cooks at About.com (highly recommended)!

The best thing about sweet potatoes is that they’re in season, so you should be able to find some great deals on them at your local grocer. When you do find a great deal, stock up and try out some of these delicious looking recipes featured over at $5 Dinners. Trust me, I’m right behind you:

Find more recipes over at $5 Dinners’ Sweet Potato Recipe Roundup.

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Comments

  1. Camille Howard says:

    I absolutely love sweet potatoes! Many websites include more recipes for pumpkin dishes rather than sweet potatoes. These recipes are definitely something I would like to look into.

  2. I love sweet potatoes. My favorite recipe is oven-baked aioli sweet potato fries. Just peel and slice the potatoes and toss them with olive/grapeseed oil, salt, and some minced/chopped garlic. Put them in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes (depending on the oven). This is especially useful when you have a limited amount of time and ingredients in your kitchen.

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