Don’t let those left over sweet potatoes in your fridge go to waste after the holidays! This roundup of Recipes for Left Over Sweet Potatoes will help turn uneaten items into new dishes! They have made it into our collection Sweet Potato Recipes on the site and we hope they make it into yours.
Whether you’re in the mood for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a snack, these recipes are proof that you can transform even mundane left overs into delicious new meals that will delight your taste buds.
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The recipes created from this vegetable can be savory or sweet which makes their versatility an asset during the holidays and beyond. It really is amazing how many creations you can make with a cup or two of left over sweet potatoes!
Which Flavors Pair Well With These Recipes for Left Over Sweet Potatoes?
The following ingredients blend well with sweet potatoes:
sweet potatoes + allspice + cinnamon + ginger
sweet potatoes + apples + sage
sweet potatoes + bacon + onions + rosemary
sweet potatoes + chorizo sausage + orange
sweet potatoes + kale + prosciutto
sweet potatoes + maple syrup + pecans
What Dishes Can Be Made from Left Over Sweet Potatoes?
Sweet potatoes are pretty adaptable when it comes to cooking and baking. You can use the following techniques to create recipes from them: bake, boil, deep-fry, fry, grill, mash, roast, steam, and saute’.
Is there a Difference Between Yams and Sweet Potatoes?
Yams and sweet potatoes are not the same, despite what one may think. Yams have a rough outer exterior and their insides are similar to a regular potato. Sweet potatoes have a smooth exterior, are orange/reddish inside, and are sweet in flavor.
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You're only a few simple ingredients away from the BEST and crispiest Sweet Potato Hash Browns with this quick and easy recipe. Shredded sweet potatoes are mixed with a little flour and egg and then cooked in a cast iron skillet to get that delicious crunch.
Sweet potato sage scones are buttery crisp on the bottom, with a mellow undertone of sweetness from the sweet potatoes. Sage and butter really bring the combination together for a rich and flaky, savory scone. Try these in place of biscuits next time you serve up a roasted chicken or turkey!