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    Baked sweet potato!

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    How do you get it to have a fluffy texture? Thanks in advance!
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    scrape it all up with a fork

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    Bake it wrapped in foil but it will never be the texture of a russet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitoi View Post
    Bake it wrapped in foil but it will never be the texture of a russet.
    Aww.....
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    I like mashed sweet potato as well. Peal it, boil it, then add just a little butter the mash it up with a little milk, some cinnamon, paprika, and salt to taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemonized View Post
    I like mashed sweet potato as well. Peal it, boil it, then add just a little butter the mash it up with a little milk, some cinnamon, paprika, and salt to taste.
    Sounds relish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glamorama View Post
    Sounds relish!
    Part of this nutritionist and delicious carb re-feed.

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    If you're really commited, you can go the casserole route. Bake them once in the ovn wrapped in foil, peel them, let them cool a bit, then blend them with eggs - 1 potato per egg. Pour in a baking dish. Add cinnamon, butter, and honey/stevia if you want. Top with pecans if you are really going for casserole. Bake again for 15 minutes. The egg will help the potatoes fluff up and add protein and fat.

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    I prefer them as wedges, chop thin, toss in a bowl with your preferred oil, black pepper, sea salt etc, bake in a hot oven until crispy
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