Kodi Arfer / Wisterwood

Cloves 2.0: Cooking Topic Revival

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#001 | Kylo Force |
Remaking this topic mainly because I posted a recipe for mushroom soup chicken stew that I made for friends last night on my blog and I wanted to share it with all of you. Happy eating!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v129/ukealii50/kylo.jpg - Thanks uke!
http://img193.imageshack.us/img193/829/07kyloforce.png - Thanks Diyosa!
#002 | BUM |
I'll check that recipe out- I was trying to, but the site was overloaded apparently.

While I'm here, here's a quick way to enjoy sweet potatoes if anyone is interested.

Sweet potatoes are a great vegetable to incorporate into your diet if you're looking for something that's pretty filling but also contains a lot of nutrients.

Simply skin and chop a sweet potato into long chunks, not too thick, maybe 3/4 inch or smaller. Length and width doesn't really matter- whatever will be appealing to you, since this item will be a finger food.

In a container with a lid, throw the cut sweet potato, 1 tbsp of olive oil, 1 tsp of the following: chili powder, cayenne pepper, paprika, cinnamon, black pepper, garlic powder. It's really up to you. You could add thyme or brown sugar, it doesn't matter. Make it crazy spicy if you want.

Anyhow, toss it all together until everything is coated (that's why you want a lid on your container. Hold it, so it doesn't accidentally break out) and cook it at about 400 F for 25 minutes. Depending on thickness of your cuts, they may need more or less time. It's pretty lenient, though.

It's a really good, easy recipe that people often like who don't like the classic sugary sweet potatoes from thanksgiving.