Hey KS Fans,
I am not sure there is a bigger sweet potato fan out there than myself – I truly love them.
And because my love knows no bounds,
I try to find as many recipes as I can using these delicous little orange potatoes.
I think I have tried them in every dish imaginable from the savory to the sweet – from the fried to the baked.
Here is one of my favorite side dishes that I got out of a Country Living Magazine .
It is the perfect side to a beef or chicken dish. I normally serve it on Rosh Hashanah during one of the night meals.
It is a great alternative to the traditional tzimmas.
Personally, I love to add a touch of cayenne to kick things up a notch , but I normally leave it out when serving as a Yom Tov side dish.
Happy Yom Tov! Sarah
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Sweet Potato & Apple Tzimmes
- 3 pound sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces
- 1 pound Granny Smith apples, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces
- 2 medium onions, cut into 1-inch wedges
- 4 tablespoon unsalted margarine
- 1/4 cups honey
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
- 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
- Roast the sweet potatoes: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Toss all ingredients in a large bowl to combine.
- Transfer to a baking dish and bake, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are tender, about 1 hour.
- Increase oven to 500 degrees F and bake until liquid evaporates and potatoes are browned, 10 to 15 minutes.
- Serve immediately.
Welcome to the first ever Jewish Holiday Blog Party, hosted by Jessie of Taste and Miriam of Overtime Cook, and sponsored by Kitchen Aid! As you may know, Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year is coming up, and Jewish bloggers from all over the world are celebrating with all kinds of twists on traditional Rosh Hashanah foods.
Stop by and check out some of these amazing Rosh Hashanah themed recipes on the following blogs:
Challah and Bread:Marlene of The Jewish Hostess made Apple ChallahAmanda of The Challah Blog made Pomegranate ChallahShelly of The Kosher Home made Apple, Honey and Pomegranate Challah!Sides, Salads and Starters:Sarah of Food, Words, Photos made Tzimmes (Rosh Hashanah Carrots)Tali of More Quiche, Please made Roasted Beets and Butternut SquashRoberta and Lois of Kosher Eye made Simanim SaladChanie of Busy In Brooklyn made Pomegranate ColeslawRivki of Life in the Married Lane made Super SaladHannah of Cooking Manager made Beets Marinated with Ginger and GarlicSina of The Kosher Spoon made Pomegranate, Almond and Raisin CouscousShulie of Food Wanderings made Rosh Hashanah SaladHindy of Confident Cook-Hesitant Baker made Warm Roasted Beets with FarroSarah of Kosher Street made Sweet Potato Apple TzimmesMain Dishes:Jessie of Taste made Smoked SalmonSamantha of The Little Ferraro Kitchen made Chicken with DatesMichele of Kosher Treif Cooking made Coconut Chicken Strips with two dipping saucesMelinda of Kitchen Tested made Key Lime Glazed DuckStephanie and Jessica of The Kosher Foodies made Chicken Braised in PomegranateLiz of The Lemon Bowl made Beef BrisketEstee of Anyone Interested? made Easy Breazy 5 Minute BrisketDesserts and Drinks:Miriam of Overtime Cook made Mini Apples and Honey TartsLaura of Pragmatic Attic made Fresh Ginger Honey CakeSusan of The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen made Honey Caramel Apple GaletteDanielle of Hugs and Cookies xoxo made The World’s Best RugelachAmy of What Jew Wanna Eat made an Apple and Honey CocktailNick of The Baking Process made Apple and Date Honey SquaresLisa of The Monday Morning Cooking Club made Honey Chiffon Cake and Traditional Honey CakeLeah of Cook Kosher made Pomegranate Ice CreamNossi of The Kosher Gastronome made Non-dairy Key Lime Cheesecake Bar with Key Lime Caramel