These roasted sweet potatoes are such a breeze to make! I first made them as a side dish for Thanksgiving a few years ago. Everyone loved them. But I'd forgotten about it. Yesterday my husband and I were sharing a steak and he wanted to have sweet potatoes and asked me if I remembered roasting them like I did that one year. Perfect idea!
Just peel and cut into chunks and toss with olive oil. I like to do that in a plastic bag and shake it up just for convenience.
Then drizzle with some Maple syrup. I believe my old recipe called for Grade B syrup but I have some maple that was given to me by a girlfriend whose family taps their own trees. (How cool is that?)
And then sprinkle with pepper and crushed rosemary.
Bake in a preheated oven at 400 degrees for 30 minutes.
I used an aluminum pan here too. I guess I wasn't in a dishwashing mood!
Life on the lake is laid back. When we cook it's far from being fancy affair. It's all about relaxing with friends and family and enjoying comfort food. More often than not it's not all that healthy but boy it sure is good!!!
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