A labor-saving alternate preparation of a favorite Thanksgiving tuber.

Step 1: Chop ingredients

2 large onions, coarsely chopped
~2 lbs sweet potatoes, sliced thinly
handful garlic, coarsely chopped
1-2 stems rosemary, chopped
salt & pepper to taste
heavy drizzle of olive oil

Combine ingredients in a 9x13" pan.
Looks delicious. This is similar to a recipe I use. If I am short on time, I microwave it until fork soft, then put it in a large pan and cook it on the stove-top until it get a crust. Don't stir too often or you will make them mushy.
30 minutes? an hour?&nbsp; You didn't say how long to bake before uncovering.<br />
I love sweet potatoes. If somebody were to make this recipe for me, I would probably love it. My usual method of preparation, however, is to just chop the sweet potatoes into cubes and boil them. I've been wanting to try both chips and french fries made out of sweet potatoes, but I haven't yet.
I think you'll find there's a bit more flavour if you bake them, rather than boil them - go on - have a go, it's delicious!
stop stop stop! my stomach's growling!
those are yams,not sweet potatoes
Actually they're sweet potatoes not yams;<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_potato">Wikipedia - Sweet Potato</a><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yam_%28vegetable%29">Wikipedia - Yam</a><br/><br/>Yam is the slang name for Sweet potatoes in North America...<br/>
I stand corrected. Apparently my confusion is the result of some slick talking,fancy dudes in "Marketing". I hate those bastards.
Just from the picture,they appear as sweet potatoes to me. Had to double check resources though and found the following info: The yam tuber has a brown or black skin which resembles the bark of a tree and off-white, purple or red flesh, depending on the variety. They are at home growing in tropical climates, primarily in South America, Africa, and the Caribbean.<br/>Yams contain more natural sugar than sweet potatoes and have a higher moisture content. They are also marketed by their Spanish names, boniato and &Atilde;&plusmn;ame (http://homecooking.about.com/od/howtocookvegetables/a/sweetpotatodiff.htm)<br/>
Try sweet potato tempura - yummy.
i love your instructable site and particularly appreciate the recipies for their clarity and yumminess!
Thank you! I'm glad you enjoy them.
Sweet potato CHIPS are good, too! I think I'm tryin' this recipe...
I love sweet potatoes.... and that looks delicious. Have you ever tried sweet potatoes with maple syrup?
I haven't, though I love both individually. Wouldn't the maple syrup make them <em>too</em> sweet?<br/>
You only add a little bit of syrup (depends on your taste buds and how many potatoes :P ) which would be just enough to give the potatoes that extra kick.
Have you ever tried sweet potatoes french fries? Very tasty!!
Those are <em>good</em>! I don't understand why they're not the standard variety- they're so much tastier.<br/>

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