Recipes with Sweet Potato
Sweet potato is a vegetable native to tropical regions of the America. The outer shell is orange brown, the interior can vary from orange to white. The leaves and sprouts of this root vegetable can also be eaten.
Sweet potatoes are a rich source of fiber. It is rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C and iron. It is also a vegetable high in beta-carotene, a beneficial antioxidant that provides vitamin A after digestion.
Since it grows in the soil, it should be brushed well before cooking. The peel is edible but can be removed with a peeler or knife if desired. Sweet potatoes can be baked, fried, steamed, boiled or grilled. It has a mild, starchy, sweet flavor when it cooked. When it fried or roasted at high heat, it becomes crispy and caramelized on the outside. Thanks to its sweet aroma, it is compatible with many vegetables. It also goes well with meat dishes. It is especially served with chicken meat and pork. It can be added to soups or salads.