3 Reviews

Very nice dish that really dresses up the sweet potatoes. I omitted the butter and olive oil by sauteeing the onions in a pan prepared with non-stick cooking spray and only adding a little bit of skim milk to smooth out the mashed potatoes, rather than adding the butter. I omitted the salt and sugar, as well, and used veggie bacon. The flavors were wonderful, and it fit in well with Thanksgiving dinner. Thank you!

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Starrynews November 24, 2008

I was looking for something different to serve with salmon and this seemed to fit. I left out the salt,syrup and bacon and added 2 chopped chipolta peppers. The flavors are wonderful and it is a keeper.

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Andrea in NH April 07, 2007

Oh yum, outstanding! Served this for our Christmas Day meal, and it shone. I used 1 large sw. potato (about 2 lbs) and omitted the sugar or maple syrup. I upped the asiago cheese to a whole cup (mmmmmmm). I don't usually add salt to the cooking process but only at the table (using Celtic coarse grind sea salt). Thanks for making a special meal so much more special!

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woodland hues January 16, 2007
Sweet Potatoes With Balsamic Onions, Bacon, Asiago and Scallions