Planning your Thanksgiving menu already? I know I am. I love this holiday, it’s my favorite. This is a food lovers holiday because let’s face it… Thanksgiving is all about the food. Yeah, there’s that be thankful part and that family part, but we all look forward to the food. We all think about the food.
And then we all gain 5 pounds because of the food.
Kyle and I always have a very busy Thanksgiving. My family tends to do more of a brunch-lunch type meal. We love to make plenty of appetizers and then have a Thanksgiving lunch (I am so excited about my grandmothers stuffing, I could eat that everyday for a year and still want more). After that we go to Kyle’s Mom’s side of the family for lunch number two. Next stop? To his Dad’s side of the family for a delicious Thanksgiving dinner!
This is our 4th Thanksgiving together, by the end of it we will have shared 12 Thanksgiving meals together, in less than 4 years. That’s a lot of turkey, a lot of pumpkin pie and a lot of sweet potatoes!
This year my grandma asked me if I would bring a sweet potato side dish to our Thanksgiving feast and I already know what I am making. These splendid orange scented sweet potatoes!
Orange Scented Sweet Potatoes
- 1 lb Sweet Potatoes
- 2 TBS Butter
- 1 tsp Salt
- 1/4 tsp White Pepper
- 1/4 tsp Orange Zest
- 2 TBS Orange Juice
- 1 Egg
- Black Pepper. topping
- Additional Butter topping
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Pierce the sweet potatoes to the middle with a thin knife a few times all over and roast for 45 minutes. Remove when tender and let cool. (Lower the oven temperature to 350.)
- Cut the potato in half long ways and scoop out the tender sweet potato. Add to a food processor and also add every other ingredient. Puree until very smooth, very creamy, and lump free.
- Scoop the potato mixture into a small baking dish or four individual sized ramekins. You can add more butter on top (or not if that's a little too unhealthy) though I think it's better when you do. Sprinkle a little bit of black pepper on top and bake for 25 minutes. Serve warm. (Multiply recipe as many times as needed.)
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In this recipe, you’ll be able to enjoy a creamy orange-scented potato for your Thanksgiving meal. Sweet potatoes are a great source of nutrients, and they are loaded with vitamins and minerals. Citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons contain bioflavanoids, compounds that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Oranges and lemons can add flavor to your recipe, too. They’re a great choice for Thanksgiving, too, as they make a delicious dessert.
To make the orange-scented potatoes, you’ll first need to prepare your oranges. Cut each one into half-moon-sized halves, and scoop out the juice from the oranges, reserving 2 tablespoons for the potatoes. Cut the oranges so that they’ll sit flat on a baking sheet. Add the zest and juice of an orange to the mixture. Sprinkle some rosemary and orange zest over the potatoes, and bake for 40-45 minutes.
If you haven’t had a chance to make Orange Scented Sweet Potatoes yet, you should! This dish is delicious and easy to prepare. All you need is a few ingredients and a little bit of time. The first step is to peel the oranges and scoop out the juice, reserving about 2 tablespoons of the mixture for the potatoes. Slice each orange half lengthwise and place the halves flat on a baking sheet.
Once you’ve cut the oranges in half, you can fill and bake them. You can also add cinnamon powder and orange zest for a slightly sweeter flavor. Be sure to cook them long enough to cook through – a little over an hour will do. This dish will be ready before Thanksgiving! To make it even more festive, you can make it ahead of time and then reheat it before serving.
If you have never made orange scented sweet potatoes, you are missing out! They are a traditional Thanksgiving dish that has just been given a twist. Orange zest, sliced oranges, and melted butter bring a new level of flavor to this classic dish. You can make them ahead of time and simply add the topping right before you bake them. This delicious casserole is sure to please everyone on your holiday table.
To make these delicious baked orange-scented potatoes, you need to slice the oranges into stable shapes. Otherwise, they will roll around in the pot and will soak up the water. If the oranges are not cut into stable shapes, they will fall into the water while cooking. You can also make the topping ahead of time and add it to the pot when you’re ready to cook. Once the potatoes are done, add the walnut oil, orange zest, and remaining orange juice.
For a nutritious dish full of flavor, try Orange Scented Sweet Potatoes. These tasty potatoes will leave you wanting more! Besides being a healthy and tasty side dish, they’re also packed with antioxidants and nutrients. Oranges are a great source of vitamin C and antioxidants. Plus, this recipe is also vegan, so it’s a healthy way to get your daily serving of fruits and veggies.
This tasty and nutritious food comes from the soils of South America. It is a staple food in many countries and provides a rich source of nutrients and vitamins. Each one contains four grams of fiber, which helps keep blood sugar levels in balance and protects against colorectal cancer. Additionally, sweet potatoes contain carotenoids, which can convert into vitamin A in the body. Studies are underway to determine whether they can help prevent breast and prostate cancer. Furthermore, these potatoes are considered antioxidants and don’t have soft spots or cracks. They don’t have to be peeled, and they contain a high amount of fiber.
For an easy-to-prepare meal, Orange Scented Sweet Potatoes make a great side dish. These potatoes are packed with nutrients and are quick to prepare. They also meet your red/orange CN requirements. You can serve up to four servings each, depending on your appetite. Here’s how to prepare this delicious side dish. Serve them with a side salad or a cup of coffee for a healthy, satisfying meal.
First, cut the sweet potatoes into quarters and place in a Dutch oven. Add water, cinnamon, sugar, honey, and orange juice to the potatoes. Stir together the ingredients until well combined. Bake at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes. You can share your experience with other readers and rate your recipe. Feel free to share any substitutions you make and post your rating! Lastly, be sure to visit the FOODTASIA social media accounts to find more delicious dessert recipes!
You can save yourself a lot of time by choosing orange scented sweet potatoes for storage. These scented potatoes will keep your sweet potatoes smelling and tasting delicious for a long time. They can be stored uncooked, with the skin on, or with the peel removed. Just make sure to choose a bowl large enough to hold the raw, cut sweet potato. After that, store them in a cool, dark place.
For best results, use a sweet potato storage bag scented with orange. The scent will stay fresh longer when they’re stored in a sealed bag. To store them, place them in the refrigerator or freezer. If they’re stored in the freezer too long, they may develop freezer burn. To ensure their freshness, buy orange scented sweet potato bags. These scented bags are made from natural ingredients, so they won’t contain any preservatives.