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Fall in love with sweet potatoes again and again with these 10 deliciously healthy recipes.
One medium tuber contains 105 calories and 4 grams of fiber. These babies are bursting with antioxidant vitamins A and C, potassium and manganese. They also contain lycopene, another antioxidant that’s been shown to help fight certain types of cancer and heart disease.
Thick pieces of potato wedges drizzled with a touch of maple syrup makes a delightful side dish.
Recipe: Food Network Kitchens’ Maple-Roasted Sweet Potatoes (pictured above)
Enjoy pieces of roasted sweet potatoes in this protein-packed dish.
Recipe: Sweet Potato Quinoa
As Grilled Wedges
Wedges of sweet potatoes sprinkled with garlic, thyme, parsley and chili pepper flakes makes a fiery side dish.
With Caramelized Onions
Pieces of sweet potato + caramelized red onion = mouthwatering heaven!
In a Casserole
Nothing says fall better than a warming casserole. Ellie’s guiltless version provides 160 calories and 4 grams of fat.
Recipe: Sweet Potato-Pecan Casserole
Alton punches up his mashed sweet potatoes with a hint of chipotle peppers.
Recipe: Chipotle Smashed Sweet Potatoes
This unsuspecting combo combined with turmeric, ginger, coriander and cumin seeds will pleasantly surprise your taste buds.
Recipe: Cauliflower With Sweet Potatoes
In a Stew
This vegetarian stew is a combo of kidney beans, sweet potatoes, oranges and Indian spices.
As Potato Chips
Bobby Deen combines the sweetness of these tubers with cayenne pepper in crunchy baked chips.
Recipe: Spicy Sweet Potato Chips
In a Soup
Creamy and smooth sweet potato soup along with a salad makes a perfect lunch or light dinner.
Recipe: Soothing Sweet Potato Soup
It doesn’t take much to bring out salmon’s rich flavor, but let’s face it: The old lemon-with-a-dash-of-salt routine gets old. The good news: Salmon need not be boring. Try these tasty ways to amp up an old standby. Mustard Maple Roasted Salmon (above) Mustard and maple syrup? The two condiments may seem worlds away, but theyRead more