Friday, April 4, 2014

Baked sweet potatoes

Who could resist the super yummy baked sweet potatoes.  Now with my flip pan, I could easily bake a few of these sweet potatoes for breakfast, tea break or supper.  It tasted as great just like that as steamed or boiled.

I have been hunting for Japanese sweet potatoes, but I guess those sold in wet market are local planted.  That what the seller told me.  But they are as nice as those Japanese's cousin!


Ingredients:
6 medium sized sweet potatoes

Methods:
1. Scrub and clean the dirt of the sweet potatoes.  Pat dry with kitchen towel and arrange them in flip pan.
2. Cover the flip pan and cook over low heat for 20 minutes or more.  Flip every 5 minutes.
3. Poke with chopstick to check whether the sweet potatoes have cooked thoroughly.

8 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

If cut into wedges and bake, lagi syiok, then it becomes a healthy version of fries! Yummzzz..

Sharon D said...

I've always wanted a flip pan. It looks easy to use. Sweet potatoes look great, Rose - one of my favs too! ^.^

Angeline BK said...

I always find bake it's kinda of heaty...so I prefer to steam it...

Weekend-Windup said...

I love sweet potatoes. It is very good for health!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I also can't resist it, hehe...

Hayley said...

Potato is good and healthy, I love it too~

mun said...

I think the local sweet potatoes taste just as nice, I like it to be not too sweet as the Japanese sweet potatoes tend to be very sweet. When I eat this sweet potatoes, I don't need to eat rice.

suituapui said...

Yellow? The ones my missus bought were purple!!! I still prefer our local orange ones.