Baked Sweet Potato With Maple-Jalapeno Sour Cream

"I clipped this recipe out of a trial magazine I received in the mail one day. The magazine was called Cuisine At Home. I'm not a fan of sweet potato recipes that are super sweet. This is a nice mix of spicy, tangy and a little bit of sweet."
 
Baked Sweet Potato With Maple-Jalapeno Sour Cream created by elmore5
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  • Preheat oven to 450 and postiton rack in the center.
  • Scrub and dry sweet potatoes.
  • Rub potatoes with oil and salt.
  • Bake directly on rack for 40 to 45 minutes or until soft.
  • Combine Sour cream or yogurt with the maple syrup, jalapeno, lime juice and hot sauce. Chill unitl ready to serve.
  • Serve potatoes with a big dollop of the maple jalapeno sour cream mixture topped with crumbled bacon and green onions.
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  1. Katrena L.
    I've been looking for this recipe since I found it in the cuisine magazine. I rememberd I really enjoyed it. Iam so glad to find it in my google search! I can't wait to make it again.
     
  2. elmore5
    Baked Sweet Potato With Maple-Jalapeno Sour Cream Created by elmore5
  3. Sharon123
    I did have to use agave syrup instead of maple syrup. I left out the bacon crumbles and enjoyed this new way to eat sweet potatoes. Baking them is my favorite way to cook sweet potatoes and I really enjoyed the sauce. Thanks! Made for PAC event, spring 2013.
     
  4. Sharon123
    I did have to use agave syrup instead of maple syrup. I left out the bacon crumbles and enjoyed this new way to eat sweet potatoes. Baking them is my favorite way to cook sweet potatoes and I really enjoyed the sauce. Thanks! Made for PAC event, spring 2013.
     
  5. Ck2plz
    4 and 1/2 stars for me. I was excited to make this because I love sweet potatoes. The maple syrup was a little strong for me; I will reduce it to 1/2 tablespoon. However, hubby brought home pickled jalopenos instead of fresh so maybe you will need 1 tablespoon. Next time I will start out with the half and adjust after this. Made for PAC 2011
     
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