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    You HAVE to try this

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    It's not really a recipe and I'm sure I'm not the first one to make this but:

    Slice a sweet potato in a couple of thick slices, boil it, put it on your plate. Put a lot of cinnamon on it and melt butter over every slice. I think it's better than bacon
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    Better than bacon? Blasphemy!

    It sounds pretty good though.
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    I think I will try that next time I bake some sweet tatie chips.

    Better than bacon-time to wash your mouth out with soap lol,
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    I like to slice one up, put the pieces on foil, put some butter and/or coconut oil on there, sprinkle garlic salt, chili powder, and sometimes a touch of cinnamon on there, wrap up the foil, bake, then unwrap and broil for just a couple of minutes. So freaking good.

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    I don't think it is possible that it is better than bacon...but the recipe sounds good and I will try it. Both of them

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    I love cinnamon and sweet potato together. If I make pan-fried sweet potato I tend to use pretty much the same spices as Mr. Anthony (except that I use garlic powder, not salt) plus maybe some chopped onion or onion powder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    I like to slice one up, put the pieces on foil, put some butter and/or coconut oil on there, sprinkle garlic salt, chili powder, and sometimes a touch of cinnamon on there, wrap up the foil, bake, then unwrap and broil for just a couple of minutes. So freaking good.
    I just did this....OMG it was incredible! Not as good as bacon, but pretty darn close! I found myself cleaning the coconut oil left in my saucer with my finger I've been having a problem with enough carbs, but I think I just found a favorite!

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    that ^ sounds good! I've been trying to get my husband to like sweet potatoes more--I will try this!

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    toss them in butter and sprinkle with cinnamon, then bake in oven like that ==very delicious. Have with bacon.

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    It's not better than bacon, but, I wrap mine in foil, throw them on the grill (char-coal only, of course) for about 45, then throw on some steaks. pull it all off at the same time, which is whenever the steaks are done to your liking (medium), then slice, butter, and cinnamon on the sweet potatoes, and horse radish on the side for the steaks. The perfect meal... in my not so humble opinion.


    Wash it all down with a glass of Russian River Valley Pinot Noir.



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