Happy Monday! I'd an entirely blissful weekend. Saturday we'd an exciting-vegan Mexican feast with buddies which was so fun and satisfying. Sunday I awoke to a few of the most warm weather in several weeks – it almost hit 60F, which designed for an attractive run as well as permitted me to finally play some outside tennis in the park near the house. I couldn’t believe I had been available inside a T-shirt =] which was highly reviving. After I returned from tennis, I snacked on these amazing teriyaki-glazed sweet taters included in my teriyaki cauliflower grain bowls.
You may be acquainted with the vacation yams side dish that essentially involves transforming them right into a dessert. I believe the recipe is 1 pound butter, 1 pound brown sugar, 1 yams? Was I close? I recall always believing that individuals taters sampled good, however that the sweetness was over-the-top. I think about these teriyaki sweet taters because the more elegant cousin of this dish. Obviously, they most likely wouldn’t pair perfectly with Thanksgiving meals. Although since I bring it up, an Asian fusion Thanksgiving menu would most likely be amazing!
Like I pointed out above, in a few days I'll discuss an especially scrumptious method to offer this teriyaki goodness included in meals. Meanwhile, they're greater than worth eating them by themselves, or combined with grain, other vegetables, tofu, etc. Anything you do, though, I strongly urge you to definitely top all of them with fresh eco-friendly let's eat some onions their vibrant, fresh flavor really completes the dish for me personally. By the way… next approaching publish, I promise I’ll have a nice lengthy break from discussing teriyaki quality recipes =]
It had been so nice getting a indication a few days ago that winter will ultimately ended. If you maintain the swath from the New England that experienced this balmy Sunday, I think you'll could appreciate it, too! (Or at best save money on your heating bill a bit). In either case, I believe these teriyaki sweet taters could keep me happy for that relaxation of winter
Quite simple oven-roasting teriyaki-glazed sweet taters that hit the right balance between savory and sweet. Serve along with other Asian-inspired elements to create a meal.
- 2 medium sweet taters, reduce small wedges or cubes (skin on is alright)
- (optional) 2 teaspoon. sriracha
- sliced eco-friendly let's eat some onions, for serving (I love both whitened and eco-friendly parts, but the choice is yours)
- (optional) sesame seed products, for garnish
- Pre-heat the oven to 400 levels Fahrenheit. Spray a glass baking dish gently with oil.
- Chuck the ball sweet taters about 1/4 cup teriyaki sauce, or enough to coat them fairly generously. If using, include the sriracha. Transfer these to the baking dish.
- Bake before the sweet taters are tender although not overdone, about 40 minutes. Stir them a few occasions throughout baking.
- Top with eco-friendly let's eat some onions and serve hot.