With their dark-amber skin and bright-orange filling, sweet potatoes are a great source of beta-carotene, fiber, and vitamins B6 and C. You can substitute sweet potatoes for white potatoes in any dish, but our favorite recipes use complementary flavors that really make the sweet ingredient shine.
Coated in tangy Parmesan and flecked with ground pepper, these fries are the perfect companion to your favorite sandwich.
Loaded with vitamins A and C, sweet potatoes are a nutritionist's dream. Roasted and served with a healthy, low-fat topping, they become a very satisfying meal. The sweet chutney is also a delicious accompaniment to roasted meats.
The natural sweetness and smooth texture of the sweet potato make these brownies special. Packed with vitamins and proteins, they are also nutritious. If you can't find sweet-potato puree, make your own using either baked or canned whole sweet potatoes. Puree in a processor until completely smooth.