Peeling Sweet Potatoes Hack: We have a sweet potato season and the south can’t get enough of this nutritious vegetable. It is one of the leading dishes of most of the season, such as the classic sweet pommy casserole and the south sweet pommy cakes. And these delicious, warm and traditional dishes all demand one component: sweet potatoes.
It is a sin to opt for canned varieties for homemade recipes like these. Southern Living Test Kitchen guru Ivy Odom gives us advice on how to skin a sweet potato without skin. It’s a lot simpler than you think this latest hack is.
The way to cook sweet potatoes is right and mistaken. Steaming or boiling sweet potatoes maybe your initial thinking, but this approach produces a bland flavorless, watered-down, root vegetable. Baked in the oven, we say.
Put the lumps in the raw sweet potatoes, and then bake them for 45 or 50 minutes at a temperature of 425°C. After the potatoes are cool enough, peel off your skin. The skin is gliding magically. Our basic trick is sweet and awkward. Take this fast and easy method out when you’re without a peeler and baked to a crowd.
Guests would want to know your exceptionally sweet potatoes in secret. Not to say your candy must be the best of the best, but when it comes to her holiday, Mama has high expectations. Before beginning this holiday casserole this year, keep this easy tip in mind.