Sweet Potato Chilli Mash

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

This recipe is not only delicious but very simple to make.
Ingredients
700gr Sweet Potatoes
Dressing
1 Lime
Fresh Coriander
2tbsp Mango Chutney
Soy Sauce
Chilli
Olive Oil

Thoroughly wash the sweet potatoes, cut into evenly sized pieces and boil in skins until soft.
Drain. Without removing the skins, chop up and mash.
Dressing
Finely chop the coriander and set aside a few leaves for garnish.
Finely chop a red chilli pepper (don’t forget to remove seeds)
In a basin mixed together the mango chutney, a splash of soy sauce, a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, the juice of ½ a lime, finely chopped chilli pepper to taste and coriander. Mix together and taste.
Gradually add this mixture to the sweet potato mash and mix well.

Any excess dressing can be used with other vegetables – for example add to green beans and it really gives them a zing!….mmmm

Serve with Chicken or Fish – DELICIOUS!

Read more about the Sweet Potato Festival Festival Potato-Doce in Aljezur

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4 responses to “Sweet Potato Chilli Mash

  1. This is a definite must try, spicy & sweet! Thank You for sharing this! I love that you used the sweet potato with white flesh, my favorite!

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  3. Thanks for sharing! I just found the site trying to find some info on how to grow sweet potatoes in Portugal as Winter is coming and I don’t know if my plants can overwinter! Well this site was a nice surprise.
    I have a favourite sweet potato recipe that makes a great vegetarian (or not) dish. I hope someone will enjoy it! Simple as can be: just chop a few vegetables of your choice, including onion; stir fry in olive oil in a large frying pan with a little salt and slices of fresh ginger (optional); when these are almost cooked, add some cubes of boiled sweet potato (boiled in water and salt for about 15 minutes) and, before serving, add some chopped fresh herbs, such as coriander or whatever you have. Enjoy!

    • Hi Paula and welcome! Which part of Portugal do you live in? As for growing anything in Portugal the only way forward is to try! If you read any of my vegetable posts successes and failures you will understand what I mean.

      I would certainly try your recipe – thanks!

      cheeers
      PiP

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