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We were given a gift of a huge box of sweet potatoes by a friend of mine who lives on a kibbutz, and I've been making sweet potato everything, soup, mash, even cottage pie. Last night we tried these rolls, although the kids insist they are muffins. I like the fact that the recipe uses yeast. The only change I made was to use soy milk so these wouldn't be dairy. I made these in my slightly-large silicon muffin cups, so I got only 16 rolls (muffins) out of the batch. I served these up last night with some Grilled Moroccan Chicken and an Israeli salad drizzled with tehina. A very colorful and delicious meal! Thanks for the recipe, I will be making this often!

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Mirj April 29, 2008

I made these rolls for Thanksgiving this year and they are delicious! You definitely can't tell that they have sweet potato in them. They were not that difficult to make. I had already baked a couple of sweet potatoes so I didn't have potato liquid to dissolve the yeast in. I just used warm water. Instead of heating milk on the stove, I used powdered milk dissolved in very warm water. I doubled the recipe and ended up with two muffin tins plus about 9 extra rolls. The whole family loves them and I will make again for sure!

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bpiscoya November 25, 2010
Sweet Potato Rolls