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Sweet Potatoes Macaire

Sweet Potatoes Macaire

Ingredients

  • 3 large sweet potatoes, cooked
  • 6 Ounces browned butter
  • 1 Cup all-purpose flour, sifted
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 egg yolks
  • 1/4 Cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 Teaspoon grated nutmeg
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • Oil, for frying

Directions

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. In a food processor, mix the sweet potato and the browned butter and cover with plastic wrap to cool in the refrigerator.

In a large mixer add the flour, eggs, egg yolks, brown sugar, and nutmeg to the chilled sweet potato. Mix for about 1 minute on medium-low speed.

Spray a shallow 9-by-13-inch pan with nonstick pan spray. Spread the pan evenly with the sweet potato mixture and smooth the top of the mixture with an offset spatula.

Cover the pan with foil and cook in a water bath for 45 minutes. Allow to cool completely, then cut into cubes or rounds.

Heat a large skillet on medium-high heat and then add the oil for frying. Shallow fry the patties for 4 minutes. Serve warm.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving561

Folate equivalent (total)135µg34%

Riboflavin (B2)0.4mg25.9%


Sweet Potato Croquettes

In 1923, we ran a bread crumb encrusted croquette in our Thanksgiving menu. Now, we're using panko to give our croquettes a lighter, crispier bite.

  1. In large saucepot of salted water, heat sweet potatoes to boiling on high. Reduce heat to maintain simmer cook 10 minutes or until tender. Drain well return to pot. With potato masher, mash sweet potatoes, with butter, sage, 1 cup panko and 1/2 teaspoon each salt and pepper. Cool slightly mash in egg. Refrigerate, uncovered, until cold and stiff, at least 5 hours.
  2. Line large cookie sheet with parchment or waxed paper. By 2-tablespoon portions, scoop sweet potato mixture shape into ovals and roll in remaining 2 cups panko, pressing to adhere. Arrange on lined cookie sheet. Freeze until stiff or up to 5 days.
  3. In wide-bottomed 5-to-6-quart saucepot, heat oil on medium-high until it reaches 325 degrees F on deep-fry thermometer. In batches, carefully add frozen croquettes to hot oil. Fry 3 to 4 minutes or until golden brown, turning occasionally. Transfer to wire rack set over large sheet foil. Sprinkle with pinch salt. Repeat with remaining croquettes. To serve, sprinkle with Parmesan and lemon peel. Makes about 28.

About 185 cals, 3 g protein, 20 g carbs, 10 g fat (2 g sat), 1 g fiber, 250 mg sodium.


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As the weather starts getting cooler in the fall, there's nothing better (or cozier!) than a delicious sweet potato dish. Packed with healthy nutrients like fiber and Vitamin A, sweet potatoes are not only easy to prepare, they're also incredibly versatile &mdash you can mash 'em, bake 'em into sweet potato pie for Thanksgiving, blend them into cozy fall soups or even dice them into the perfect taco filling. And the best part is that you'll probably never get sick of them, which means you can basically cook your way through an entire roster of sweet potato recipes all year long.

Luckily, if you're looking for more ideas on how to cook up your favorite fall ingredient, we've rounded up all the best-ever sweet potato recipes right here, ranging from healthy salads and soups to the most scrumptious casseroles, pies, chilis and more. And while these flavorful root veggies make for the ultimate Thanksgiving side dish when covered in sweet candied pecans, why stop there? These spuds also taste great in dishes like frittatas, pastas and even pizzas, making them the perfect fall comfort food for easy weeknight dinners.


Roasted and Marinated Root Vegetables

This technique is perfect when you’re cooking for friends and family because it takes way less time than roasting the vegetables whole—thirty to forty minutes tops—and they can be roasted ahead, which just means they spend more time hanging out in their tasty marinade in the fridge. Then they’re ready to be tossed back in the pan to be crisped up again—or not. They’re delicious at room temperature, or even served cold. It’s the kind of thing you want to have in your back pocket. (Note that you'll want to use a vegan sugar, not honey, for anyone avoiding animal products.)


Summer Salad or Sweet Potato Rosti: Pick your immunity booster recipe

Eating a healthy diet of whole grain cereals, fruits, vegetables, legumes and nuts, low fat dairy products, lean meat and fish and low salt is important especially in current times of Covid-19 pandemic when one’s immunity system is always on the radar of the virus. While foods containing trans fats or processed and fried foods are to be avoided, it is essential to include rich food and nutrients to boost our immune system.

Since diet plays a vital role in beating chronic fatigue, we decided to share two recipes of Summer Salad and Sweet Potato Rosti this work week. Wednesday wellness is all about unique vegan and vegetarian recipes that are not only simple to make but also very appealing, both taste-wise and visually.

Hence, check out these immunity booster recipes of Summer Salad and Sweet Potato Rosti with pink cabbage salad and roasted pistachios that are easy to make and will surely help you to regain strength:

Immunity booster dish 1: Summer Salad

Summer Salad(Instagram/vinsplate)

Ingredients:

1cup of tomato mustard dressing

1/4 cup of pomegranate seeds

Ingredients for the dressing:

1 tbsp of coriander leaves

1 tbsp of honey/maple syrup

1 tbsp of virgin olive oil

Spread the spinach leaves in your platter. Spread the fresh chilled mango slices. Make the segments in the dragon fruit. Place the chilled dragon fruit on the platter.

Chop the sweet potatoes into big pieces, grease them with oil, brush them with chilli powder and salt. Air fry or bake them till they are done. Squeeze lime juice on the potatoes and add them to the salad platter.

Add salt to the boiled baked beans and add them to the platter. Add the feta in the centre. Add the mint leaves and the crisp sour dough crostinies. Blend all the ingredients of the dressing together and keep it chilled.

When ready to serve, spread the dressing on the salad and sprinkle the pomegranate seeds on the salad. Vegans can omit the feta cheese

Immunity booster dish 2: Sweet Potato Rosti with pink cabbage salad and roasted pistachios

Sweet Potato Rosti with pink cabbage salad and roasted pistachios(Instagram/vinsplate)

Ingredients:

For the rosti

2 large sweet potato, parboiled and grated

For the salad

Pink cabbage chopped lengthwise

1 to 2 red chilli deseeded and diced

Handful of roasted shelled pistachios

Grate the parboiled sweet potato using the grater, mix half a teaspoon of sea salt and a pinch of cracked black pepper. Heat a large frying pan with a tablespoon of oil.

Transfer the potato mix to the middle of the pan, spread and flatten using a spatula until the layer is nice and thin, like a large pancake.

Turn the heat down to medium and fry the roast, covered with a lid, for 3-4 minutes. To flip the pancake without breaking it, put a large plate face down on top of the pancake and turn the frying pan upside down.

The pancake will fall on your plate, cooked side up. Add another 1/2 tsp of oil to the frying pan and once melted, slide the pancake back into the pan. Cook uncovered on medium heat for 4-5 minutes, until golden brown on the bottom as well.

While the rosti is cooking, stir fry the pink cabbage and the red chillies. Add the salt, chilli flakes and lime juice to the cabbage

To assemble, carefully transfer the rosti pancake to a large serving plate. Scatter the pink cabbage salad and cilantro leaves on top.

Drizzle with some extra lemon juice, finish up with a sprinkle of black pepper or chili flakes. Lastly, top the sweet potato rosti with roasted snd shelled pistachios. Enjoy!

(Recipes: Culinarian and Food stylist Vindhya Karwa, Instagram/vinsplate)

What we eat and drink can affect our body’s ability to prevent, fight and recover from infections even if no food or dietary supplements can prevent or cure Covid-19 infection. Good nutrition and healthy diets are important not only for supporting immune system but also for reducing the likelihood of developing other health problems like obesity, heart disease, diabetes and some types of cancer.

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This is one of my favorite sweet potato recipes – it’s so easy! A healthy side dish without the fuss. The best part, there’s no prep time aside from washing them. No water, no need to poke them or wrap them in foil. Just 1 ingredient, it doesn’t get easier than that! Of course, if you wish to use your oven you can use this Baked Sweet Potato recipe instead.

This recipe has zero prep time! I just wash them and throw them right in the slow cooker then turn it on low 8 hours, or if I have less time I cook it high 3 1/2 to 4 hours. You can put as many sweet potatoes as you like as long as they fit, just stack them and make sure the cover closes. You will know they are ready when a knife slides in easily when poked.

And since so many are asking, although I have and love my Instant Pot, I still love my slow cooker! I have the 6 Quart Hamilton Beach Set ‘n Forget Programmable Slow Cooker (affil link). I love it because you can adjust the time you want it to cook, and it automatically turns to warm when it’s done. It also has a probe for meat that automatically shuts off when done. I hated my old crock pot, it burnt everything and my food had a weird taste. This slow cooker is so great, I actually own several!


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What makes sweet potatoes so healthy? For starters, the bright orange tubers are a great source of energizing carbohydrates—fuel for your brain and body. They’ve also got a good amount of filling fiber (about 5 grams per medium sweet potato, skin not eaten) which can be beneficial for digestion, LDL cholesterol regulation, and blood sugar stabilization, as SELF has previously reported. Sweet potatoes are also rich in a variety of micronutrients your body needs, including vitamins A, C, and B6, as well as minerals like potassium and manganese.

Basically, cooking with sweet potatoes is a pretty great way to get some more nutritional goodness into your diet. Not to mention, a whole lot of deliciousness. True to their name, mellow-tasting sweet potatoes add naturally occurring sugars to whatever you’re making, savory or sweet. They’re also texture chameleons: They can be crispy when thinly sliced and roasted, fluffy when baked and mashed, and creamy when cooked and puréed.

We’ve got 34 yummy healthy sweet potato recipes for you that take full advantage of the veggie’s versatility—think silky soups, hearty skillets and stir-fries, delectable pastas, sweet treats, and more.


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