Think outside the box this Thanksgiving with these flavorful sweet potato dishes.
It’s a staple side dish at most Thanksgiving meals. If traditional sweet potato casserole leaves you bored to tears, try one of these delicious sweet potato recipe alternatives.
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Sweet potatoes are great sources of vitamins C and A, as well as fiber, potassium and bone-building calcium.
These low-calorie, low-fat sweet potatoes are easy to prepare. The seeds add crunch as well as spice.
Sweet potatoes have a low glycemic index value, which mean that eating them won't raise blood glucose levels as high as eating other potatoes.
Use Garlic Lemon-Pepper Broccoli to top these baked sweet potatoes.
This everyday version makes use of two staples of Japanese cooking—tamari (wheat-free soy sauce) and miso (fermented soybean paste)—to give this recipe an Asian twist.
A new take of a Thanksgiving classic, these sweet potatoes are flavored with maple syrup and soy sauce.
This simple and quick recipe is genius compared to sweet potatoes with marshmallows.
A superb fusion of flavors permeates this nourishing harvest dish. Serve it like a stew in shallow bowls, accompanied by warm flatbread.
These easy sweet potatoes are the perfect last-minute side dish for the holidays!