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You've just found it if you look for the best way to make sweet potatoes! It is everything you want and more the sweet potato maash recipe. The mash is light and airy, perfectly seasoned and tickles the buds with all your favorite fallen spices such as cinnamon, mustache and acorn syrup.
The sweet pommel mash is topped with toasted pecans for a little crack, as if that doesn't sound good enough. You'll make a spot on your holiday table once you try this recipe and your family loves it.
If you choose to mix this sweet mashed potato with a dinner, match with pork chops and funky coconut salad.
How To Make Mashed Sweet Potatoes
The important thing to make creamy pumpkin is not to cook it for long, or it will get sticky and mushy. Start by adding a few salts and sweet cubed potatoes to a medium size pot of boiling water. Cook them for 7-10 minutes only, until they are tender, so that they are not completely smooth and resistant.
Drain the breadcrumbs, then save 1 cup of cooking fluid for later thinning of the mash. Connect the hot potatoes to a blender along with grass-fed ghee or butter, maple syrup, orange zest and juice, vanilla bean paste, spices, and salt. Simple magic is the mixture of savory spices and dessert savors!
Mix high and use a plunger if you have one. The mixer whips much air into the mash which makes the texture smooth which silky. If the mash is too thick and the cooking water is splashing. You certainly will need more salt and perhaps more maple syrup if you check for seasoning.
Can Sweet Potato Mash Be Frozen ?
The best way to make a mash is it can be frozen and the texture will not be changed. Store in a close air jar sweet potato mash 3 months in the freezer or 5 days in a refrigerator.
Do I Need A Blender To Make Mashed Sweet Potatoes?
If you don't have a mixer, you can make sweet potato mash with a hand mixer or even with a potato masher. The aim is to whip as much air into the pumpkin and to make it fluffy and silky.
Whipped Sweet Potato Mash
Sweet buttery potato mash and all your best fall flavors with maple syrup. This mashed sweet potato is extra silky as it is smooth and airy in the blender.
- Course: Side Dish
- Cuisine: American
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 10 minutes
- Servings: people
- Calories: 360 kcal
- 2 pounds sweet potatoes peeled & cubed
- 2.5 tablespoons ghee or butter preferably grass-fed
- Zest & juice of half an orange
- ½ teaspoon vanilla bean paste or extract
- 1-1.5 tablespoons maple syrup
- ¼ teaspoon ground
- ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
- Pinch of freshly grated nutmeg
- ¼ cup pecans chopped
- Kosher salt & fresh pepper
- Get the water to a boil in a medium sized pot. Please peel and cube the sweet potatoes in medium-sized pieces. This should be achieved in advance, and you must ensure that the cubed sweet potatoes are not browned, immersed in water. Through the boiling bath, add 2 teaspoons of salt and the sweet potatoes. Cook for about 7-10 minutes until the water boils again, until they are tender, but not completely mushy.
- Toast the pecan and cook for 5-7 minutes on medium heat in a little bowl with a tartar of ghee or avocado oil. Give it up.
- Drain the potatoes, conserve 1 cup of boiling milk, and apply the pulp to a mixer. Apply the ghee, orange juice, vanilla, maple syrup, cinnamon, cayenne, and mustard to the beef. Apply the sprinkler. Mix well up to smooth and whipped. Add 2 teaspoons of water if the potatoes are too thick. You probably need more salt and maybe more maple syrup for seasoning. Continue to mix until the whipped, very silky.
- Move the sweet potato puree to a bowl of toasted pecans. Good luck!
Recipe Notes :
Macros per serving of mash, makes 5 servings:
- 360 calories
- 39.6 grams of net carbs
- 45.5 grams of total carbs
- 18.6 grams of fat
- 4.3 grams of protein
- 6.8 grams of fiber
Nutrition Facts :
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
- Calories 360 Calories from Fat 167
- % Daily Value*
- Fat 18.6g 29%
- Carbohydrates 45.5g 15%
- Fiber 6.8g 28%
- Protein 4.3g 9%
* The daily values of Percent are based on a 2000 calorie diet.