YUM!! I'm not sure that I used quite 2 pounds of potatoes and I skipped the onions, but I did everything else to the measurements specified. I used fresh squeezed orange juice too. The sauce was absolutely incredible, and we'll be making this often -- thank you for posting it!!
This was delicious. I made this to take to my Son's for our Thanksgiving dinner. So I prepared it the day before. It was perfect the day of, after heating it in the microwave. Easy! We all enjoyed it. I really liked the combination of the orange and sweet potato. Made for Every Day Is A Holiday Tag Game.
These were absolutely delish! Will be making this again soon. Thanks for posting this. Made for Beverage Tag October 08
This is wonderful. I would rate it 10 stars if l could. Will be making this again and again!!!!!
I really enjoyed these. I will be making them again & again. Thanks Boomette Made for JUNE/JULY Beverage Tag: How Does Your Garden Grow?
These were fabulous! I sliced the sweet potatoes a bit thinner so they'd bake faster. I also flipped them halfway through baking to soak up the sweet sauce. I didn't have the green onions, but will add them next time. Even my DD ate them and that says a lot! Perfect company side dish.
Thanks so much for sharing Boomie, we really loved these sweet, citrusy glazed potatoes. I followed your recipe 100%... the sweet potatoes turned out to be very tender and tasty. I enjoyed the subtle combination of ginger and orange zest in this dish. But the topper for me was the depth that the green onions gave to this sweet dish..kudos
I used 1 large potato that was 1 pound with the same amount of sauce called for. I mixed the sauce without the butter so no need to microwave because the sugar dissolved with the acid of the juice. Pour it on the potatoes and then topped each slice with a touch of butter. This is Fabulous! My DH that doesn`t eat sweet potatoes had seconds. Thanks.
Easy to throw together and VERY yummy. I totally forgot to add the green onions, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Thanks Boomette!