Day 2 was a big hit and day 1 was good, too. The 1.5 pounds of sweet potatoes (3 medium) made a lot. I would cut back to 1 pound (2 sweet potatoes) next time. Thanks for two new healthy and easy meals.
Thanks so much, Paula, for a great slaw! I'm a great fan of 'yams' so this recipe was just right for me, & I particularly liked the 'Day 2' part of it, giving me another meal without my having to think about what to do! Will definitely be keeping hold of this recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #27]
This was a great recipe. I added just a bit of extra dressing on day one and my husband loved it. I liked day two even more than day one. (Although we discovered that the hubs doesn't care for hoisin . :-/ ) I would say that my best advice is to take it easy with this recipe to make sure that your digestive system is really prepared to handle that much raw potato.
This made a terrific lunch. I have to admit I went straight to day 2. I had no idea you could eat sweet potatoes raw! This opens up a whole new world for me. The salad was both tangy and sweet.
What a terrific salad Paula. I love sweet potatoes and lime and ginger, this was tailor made just for me...so thank you my dear. The dish was quick and very easy to throw together, using ingredients I always have at home. What a great way to get my vitamins.
Day 1 the slaw was crisp and oh so flavorful, loved the addition of the walnuts and green onions to the mix, it was perfect. The dressing was the bomb. So much flavor. I will be making this for other salads as well, can't wait to try it on fruit salad.
Day 2 was just as good as day 1. The only change to your recipe was to use savory pork tenderloin in place of the chicken. What a treat, I can't wait to make this again. Thank you so much for posting this treasure.