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    My husband and I love this recipe. They are very easy to make and make a delicious side for steak. Did you know....one baked sweet potato provides over 8,800 IU of vitamin A or about twice the recommended daily allowance, yet it contains only 141 calories. This nutritious vegetable provides 42 percent of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for vitamin C, 6 percent of the RDA for calcium, 10 percent of the RDA for iron, and 8 percent of the RDA for thiamine for healthy adults. It is low in sodium and is a good source of fiber and other important vitamins and minerals including beta carotene.

    Recipe #326921

    I found this recipe a long time ago and make it often. You can do the all the prep ahead of time so when you're entertaining you won't miss out. They are easy to prep and take to the community grill too. But my favorite is making these at home as a fajita wrap with a tortilla shell, shredded cheddar, sour cream, gaucamole, salsa ect. However, for a healthy version serve with rice. The key with this recipe is cooking the pork enough...but not too much that the pork is dry. The bonus is you make each kabob to suit preference..

    Recipe #320852


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