Sweet potatoes and sausage sound great together; a sweet and salty combination. The serving size and how much this recipe depends on what size you roll the balls and how many you can eat. This recipe comes from growingmississipi.org
I found this on the Tastespotting website. This recipe is under a Cambodian tag. The site recommends fish sauce (such as nam pla or nuoc nam). You can make a dipping sauce above as well and allow each diner to squeeze juice from lime into bowl with coarse salt and white pepper and stir until mixed, then dip ribs into sauce. Prep time does not include MARINATING time. Cooking time varies due to barbequing.
This sounds so good and I expect the result to be just as good. Recipe out of Moroccan Modern Cookbook. The cook time includes the cooking of the beets. The ingredients to the stuffing begin at the garlic clove and end at the pistachios. The beet puree starts at the beets and ends at the salt and black pepper to taste.
Recipe is out of Healthy Thai Cooking Cookbook. It advises to use the fresh Chinese tofu (bean curd), and for best results to cook the noodles and tofu separately. Bring them together just before you serve the dish, hot, for lunch or supper.