This Changes Everything!
You known what they say, Once you go purple, you’ll never go back. . .Or something like that?
Did you know Purple Sweet Potatoes are a staple amongst the healthiest cultures in the world!?
This is a food that makes it own introduction and needs no filter to make a first impression at any table, gathering, or event!
I like to keep my recipes simple and rememberable. You don’t always want to run back to a list of instructions every time. The best part is that these potatoes pack so much flavor that they need very little work past cleaning and cooking.
I admit, most of the time I will just wash one of these, poke some holes in it, pop it into the microwave, and click the potato button.
BOOM! YOU HAVE A MEAL ON THE GO!
I strongly believe these will make their way into many more Americans lives as the landscape of nutrition shifts away from the Standard American Diet (SAD).
I also strongly believe the potato button on the microwave is the most under rated button !
Heres what you need to do to cut time, efficiency and make the most out of this!
- Start your water before prepping the potatoes
- * Boiling is the healthiest way to cook a potato
- * Microwaving is the second healthiest way to cook a potato
- Peel the potatoes
- Although the skin has the most Anti-Oxidants this will reduce time of scrubbing and cleaning!
- Leaving the skins on does not change the recipe just makes it healthier!
- Chop the potatoes into pieces no larger than 1 inch
- This significantly cuts cooking time! It also helps when you go to blend the potatoes the smaller pieces are relatively easier
- Not too much liquid
- The potatoes will have a lot of water density. Add your non-dairy milk accordingly in small splashes as you mix
- Patients while blending
- Take your time and blend them well, unless you like a chunky mash (I’m not a fan)
Purple Potato Maple Pecan Mash
- 8 Large Purple Sweet Potatoes
- 1/4 Cup Maple Syrup
- 1/2 Cup Non-Dairy Milk Unsweetened
- 1/2 Cup Pecans Chopped
- 1. Peel potatoes (OR DON’T FOR MAX NUTRIENTS) and cut into small chunks 2. boil the potatoes. 3. Once tender drain and blend the maple syrup, nut milk, and pecans, either in a food processor or hand mixer. 4.Serve and top with some extra pecans or even walnuts.