Adapted from http://stephfourie.wordpress.com ---------- Pair with a side salad for lunch, or a rice pilaf for dinner. You can also put it in a pie shell, with or without the sweet potato layer. I used phyllo dough, which makes for a beautiful presentation, and just mixed the sweet potato in with the rest of the ingredients. Because the egg mixture didn’t look to be enough, I ended up using just over a cup of coconut milk and 5 eggs. Play around with the vegetable choices to suit your household. This is delicious served hot for dinner, and cold for breakfast the next morning.