4 Reviews

This sounded delicious to me, however we apparently don't like molasses. Otherwise the recipe was really easy to make and if you are a molasses fancier then this recipe is for you. Made for Veg 'N Swap #19 tag.

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AcadiaTwo February 08, 2010

I tried this recipe because I never know when the unusual will really wow me, and because I'm brave in the kitchen! I made as directed with molasses. The result was a very dark and pungent dish that didn't get firm; I even tried refrigerating it overnight. While it baked, my DH searched the house to make sure there wasn't something on fire! :0 Thanks, Elmotoo, for a fun afternoon in the kitchen and a chance to try something so very different. Made for Veggie Recipe Swap 43.

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mersaydees February 26, 2012

My whole family liked this one :] I wasn't sure if it would be overly spicy with the 2 tsp. of ginger but it added just the right amount. Used a dark 9" square pan and cooked exactly like you indicated, but the pone turned a dark color. Cut this into 9 side servings and everyone enjoyed. Made for V*gan Recipe Swap November 2008. Great Thanksgiving Day side as well.

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The Tiny Chef November 27, 2008

Most of the time, if it involves sweet potatoes (or yams, in my book!), I'd like to try it! I did use the darker yams & the lighter molasses, & when done I cut it into 36 taste-tester helpings, & laid them out for a group I host ~ Devoured in no time & enjoyed by all! Thanks so much for a great treat! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my vegan partners in the Vegetarian/Vegan Recipe Swap 3]

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Sydney Mike October 20, 2008
Liberian Sweet Potato Pone