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This same cilantro butter works great when melted on other fish like salmon or tilapia. Or top baked potatoes, roasted sweet potatoes or steamed carrots with pats of the herb-flecked butter, too.
This hearty stew combines tempeh with carrots, yukon gold potatoes, sweet potatoes and turnips. Choose a mild clover or orange blossom honey to complement the orange citrus flavors in the recipe. Serve with a green salad to complete the meal.
Make a quick weeknight dinner with this simple pork recipe featuring a pan sauce made of shallots, white wine and sweet raspberries. Serve with steamed green vegetables or baked sweet potatoes.
Ground turkey, shredded sweet potatoes and tangy barbeque sauce make short order of comforting, homemade meatloaf. Roasting the maple-spiked green beans on the same sheet tray makes prep and clean-up a cinch.
Transform leftover stuffing into these delicious stuffing cakes. They're easy to pull together the day after a big holiday feast. Mix in leftover mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes if you like, using 1 egg for every 2 cups leftovers.
For a pleasingly offbeat side dish or snack, try this fresh and healthy variation of that old favorite, french fries. Sweet potatoes, turnips and celery root work well in this recipe, too.
Grilling a leg of lamb is worth every moment of effort; the smoky, tender results don't disappoint. Serve slices of this impressive main course alongside roasted sweet potatoes or potato salad.
These are not overly sweet muffins and will go well with a meal or alone. Any hearty winter squash such as butternut, acorn, or kabocha can be used in place of pumpkin, as can yams or sweet potatoes. If using a very sweet squash or sweet potato, cut the sugar back to just 3 to 4 tablespoons.
These sweet potatoes served atop pineapple rings are an appealing way to get kids (and adults) to eat more healthy vegetables. Lightly sweetened with maple syrup and orange juice, they're a terrific alternative to the standard sugar-laden sweet potato casseroles.
Carrots, parsnips, kale and sweet potatoes combine with kidney beans, chickpeas and millet to make a hearty meal. Vary the vegetables, selecting your seasonal favorites for this flavorful garden medley. Millet, a tiny, round, golden grain, turns light and fluffy when cooked and is simple to prepare.
Bake up the potatoes in advance, and you can put this satisfying meal of bean, hummus and veggie stuffed potatoes together in a flash — just reheat the split potatoes in the oven or microwave and fill them. Use your choice of russet or sweet potatoes.
Autumn is the season for fresh root vegetables and squash of all kinds. After roasting, serve these beets, sweet potatoes, cipollini onions and butternut squash in separate mounds on the same serving platter. (If stirred together, the beets will color all of the other vegetables.) Season with lemon thyme for a little added zest.
Made with shredded sweet potatoes instead of cooked, mashed potatoes, this savory side dish goes well with chicken, pork or tofu. Cooking in coconut oil adds a tropical flair. Serve with ricotta cheese, cottage cheese or Mascarpone cheese for a special treat.
This variation on traditional hummus will add vibrant color and flavor to your holiday table. Rather than using chickpeas, this dip features lentils and sweet potatoes cooked with onions, garlic and spices and seasoned with white miso and lemon juice. Enjoy it with triangles of warm pita bread or raw vegetables for dipping.
Elegant and deceptively easy, these ravioli use won ton wrappers instead of pasta dough to simplify preparation, though your guests will undoubtedly think you slaved all day over this delicious meal. For a fun change of pace, use a cookie cutter to shape your ravioli. One medium baked winter squash or sweet potato leftovers measuring about 2 1/2 cups can easily substitute for the sweet potatoes in this recipe.
Using prepared puff pastry saves a step in this recipe for samosas filled with a fragrant mixture of sweet potatoes, peas and spices. Homemade applesauce makes an enchanting partner. For a shortcut, use chunky jarred applesauce instead of making your own. To freeze samosas, allow them to cool completely and then freeze. Reheat samosas in a 400°F oven until heated through, 8 to 10 minutes.
This simple, elegant omelet is the perfect centerpiece for an extra special breakfast. Tender, succulent shrimp and smooth, creamy avocado balance the light sweet acidity of fresh tomato. Serve alongside fresh fruit and roasted red potatoes.
Almond meal, made from ground blanched almonds, forms the nutty topping on this baked salmon with slowly caramelized sweet onions and fresh basil spooned over the top. Serve this dish as a main course along with roasted or mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables and a green salad.
Many recipes pair pork with sweet flavors, but here we add smoky chipotles to the mix. Pork chops are browned, brushed with a simple honey-chipotle glaze and finished in the oven. Serve with wilted spinach and roasted potatoes.
Surprise that special someone with this delicious, simple recipe for Cornish hens. Cranberries and mandarin orange slices combine in a tangy sweet glaze, providing an exquisite sauce for the baked hens. A perfect entrée for a romantic fireside dinner, this dish provides a visual feast when served with sautéed greens and mashed potatoes.