At Wikidee, we believe that nothing compares to good old fashioned comfort food, and comfort food doesn't have to be complicated. That's why we recommend you try this simple recipe for Roasted Sweet Potatoes. Their creamy density is an excellent alternative to a baked potato, and they also provide a wealth of health benefits you don't want to miss, such as high levels of Potassium, Vitamin C and Vitamin B-6, in addition to dietary fiber.
Pam is a wife and stay-at-home-mother of two kids. She brings her passion for culinary adventure and artistry to her "For the Love of Cooking" website, to combine her love of cooking, photography and blogging. Her website features a wide selection of dishes, which you can find in her recipe index in her blog's menu. Many of her meals are suitable for picnics, potlucks and parties, and of course a meal you and yours can enjoy at home. In addition to meals incorporating meat, she shares some delicious vegetarian recipes worth trying. Her recipes always include beautiful food photography, and she even has a F.A.Q. area (frequently asked questions) on her blog's menu that addresses some questions from her fans.
For her Roasted Sweet Potatoes recipe, Pam chops them into bite sized chunks and coats them in olive oil and butter. These melted fats soften the surface of the sweet potato, and as the butter cooks in with the brown sugar, ground cinnamon and ground ginger, ground nutmeg and sea salt they are the catalyst that brings this wonderful alchemy of ingredients together, to brown and sweeten the sweet potatoes into an undeniably rich, yet healthy and nutritious side dish recipe.
Start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, and coating a small baking pan with some nonstick cooking spray. Peel and cut up the sweet potatoes into bit sized cubes and place them in the prepared baking dish. Then melt some butter in the microwave, and pour this over the sweet potatoes with the other ingredients. You can add more brown sugar and cinnamon to the recipe if you would like. Then toss the sweet potatoes evenly to coat. Bake the sweet potato recipe in the oven for approximately sixty minutes. Stir the potatoes at least once or twice while they are roasting. This is such an easy side dish recipe to make, one that the whole family will love.
Sweet potatoes are mostly enjoyed in the fall, but there's no limit when it comes to comfort, so if you can find them in the produce aisle, why not give this recipe a try any time of year? Sweet potatoes are also an excellent addition to holiday tables such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. They add a nice amount of seasonal color to the dining table wherever they go.
The creator of this recipe blog is Pam, a stay at home mother of two children who everyday inspire her to be a better cook. She enjoys using fresh ingredients, organic ingredients whenever possible, and she likes to experiment with different tastes and textures when cooking. She tries to keep her recipes lower in fat, while still allowing for great taste. Her favorite things to do are cooking, blogging and photography, so she decided to create a recipe blog. The recipe blog has proven to be a great way to organize her recipes and share them too. You will find a wide variety of recipes on the site, with everything from appetizer recipes to casserole recipes, chicken recipes to dessert recipes, dry rub recipes to German recipes, dip recipes and sauce recipes, Mexican recipes to rice recipes and more.