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Brown Sugar Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Last Modified: 11/22/08
First Published: 10/18/07
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Servings: 8
Total Cost: $3.48
Cost Per Serving: $0.43
Total Calories: 1,680
Calories/Serving: 210
IngredientVolumeMassCostCalorie
Potatoes, Sweet * 3.00 Pounds $2.94 1,225
Ginger Ale 1/2 Cup 122.00 Grams $0.09 40
Brown Sugar, Packed 1/4 Cup 55.00 Grams $0.16 207
Butter, Unsalted 2 Tablespoons 28.00 Grams $0.13 200
Cumin, Ground 1 Teaspoon 2.10 Grams $0.15 8
Salt, Kosher 1 Teaspoon 4.80 Grams $0.01 0
Glazed sweet potatoes is a very nice fall side dish. Perfect on the Thanksgiving table, or any fall inspired meal. TheSweet_potatoes sweet potatoes go particularly well with a nice piece of light meat such as turkey, pork, ham or chicken...

This recipe is very simple, yet very tasty.
The ginger ale adds a little extra something and the brown sugar sweetens the potatoes nicely. You could easily substitute the sweet potatoes for yams or even carrots. For a nice garnish, sprinkle some fresh parsley on top.

Side dish for 4-6 people

  • 2-3 large sweet potatoes
  • ½ cup ginger ale
  • ¼ cup packed brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • cumin
  • salt

Method:

Peel the sweet potatoes and cut up into chunks. In a saucier, or cassoulet, sautee the sweet potatoes in the butter. Add the ginger ale, brown sugar and some salt and cumin to taste. Bring up to a simmer, cover and let cook for about 20-30 minutes or until the sweet potatoes are soft.