8 Reviews

So good as is, that I did not change the recipe when I made it for the second time. I use the new Renolds Release foil to line the pie pan. Press the layers down a bit as you go. Use a mandolin on medium for the slice thickness. Be sure to cover while baking.

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Foodgal April 12, 2004

I made this for brunch and really liked how it was similar to a gratin, but not creamy, (and so, not so fattening as a gratin) I too added a bit of liquid and, as I didn't have any thyme, used sage and fresh rosemary instead. This will be a regular for me.

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Ppaperdoll December 07, 2003

The whole family loved this. I did add the tablespoon of chicken stock like Latchy suggested. I will make this again.

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MicDoc November 27, 2003

I was going to look for something different to do with sweet potato and came across this recipe in the newest recipes. It is well worth doing, I found the flavour great, but mine didn't slice properly. I was wondering if there should be a little liquid that should be put in to help steam bake. Anyway that is what I will do next time just add a tablespoon of stock. I will do it again as it is using my favourite veges.

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Latchy November 21, 2003

I thought this dish was quite tasty. I did not give it five stars because it is not out of this world...just rather good. I doubled the leeks from 2 to 4 and added garlic to the recipe. I peeled the sweet potato but not the white potato. I also grated parmesan cheese into the layers. This is excellent with a side of eggs over easy and an avocado.

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Spice Jar May 14, 2009

I cooked this just the way it's written, and it's fantastic! Thanks for sharing! :)

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Sara 76 July 04, 2008

Bergy, I just loved this recipe. I made it in a casserole dish because I did not have a deep pie dish. I didn't do the parchment thing because there was no need since I was not going to be removing it in one piece. LISTEN HERE! I served it with breakfast sausage (vegan) and the match was made in heaven! They blended PERFECTLY! On the side I served zucchini on the side that I had pan fried with some of the leftover thyme, garlic, salt and pepper. That was pretty good too! Thank you so much for posting!

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Queenkungfu February 21, 2008

This was excellent! It was simple to make and very colorful. I really enjoyed having sweet potatoes in dish not covered in marshmallows.

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2bizzy March 26, 2006
Leek, Potato & Sweet Potato Torte