This is wonderful!!! I made it for Thanksgiving dinner, and had no leftovers. I did check them at 40 minutes and baked about 30 minutes more. I am not sure if it was because my chunks were to big, or my oven was off. I smells a little like apple pie when baking so that was a plus too. We will be having this one often. I got requests to make it for Christmas dinner too.
This is a delicious and flavorful way to prepare sweet potatoes. The tart apples add a nice flavor to the dish. I used 4 quite large, very tart apples (instead of the 2-3)and did NOT increase the amount of sugar and it was still sweet enough -- and added a little more flavor. A keeper!
This was like having dessert as a side dish. I was surprised that 2 T of butter and brown sugar (I made 1/2 recipe) was so effective at carmelizing all that sweet potato and apple. Delicious! I'm filing this under dessert.
Wonderful dish that was a hit with company. Used 2 potatoes and 3 apples. Next time will do 3 and 3 so it isn't quite so sweet.
Its in the oven, off to find a pork chop recipe now, will come back in rate after tea. Sounds good though.
I made to to go with some pork chops I was frying up. It was absolutely delicious. I think, prepared with 3 large potatoes and 3 apples it would feed more like 6 - 8. It's definately a keeper, Vina, thanks for posting. Sue
made it for friends xmas dinner then had terrible time finding it today for sister. trying to mark, not overly sweet, good days after.
Tried this out at a family gathering this past weekend; got requests to repeat at Christmas. Way to go Vina!
This was a huge hit! Both my kids loved it, and my husband has requested it for Thanksgiving. I only used 2Tbsp butter and Splenda Brown Sugar blend. I'll definitely make it again and again and again!
Very nice mix of flavors. It's a keeper around here. I've done it in the microwave in a pinch, stirring and cooking and stirring and cooking, but it's better from the oven.