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Garlic Sweet Potato Mash

Christian Andrea: "Basic but great for dinner doing the week!" Read More
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  • 2 pounds sweet potatoes (4 medium, peeled & cubed)
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 3 cloves garlic (crushed)
  • 1/2 cup 1% milk
  • 2 tablespoons light sour cream
  • salt
  • ground pepper
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    Christian Andrea 7 months ago
    Basic but great for dinner doing the week!
    Cecilia Solon a year ago
    Delicious! I only had garlic powder in my pantry and added to my liking. Still Bomb AF
    Casey D. a year ago
    These turned out great!! I had 4 small sweet potatoes so I kind of improvised when it came to the dairy and garlic measurements. I will definitely be making these again!
    Greg Lovell a year ago
    Omitted sour cream, used Earth Balance buttery spread, used cashew milk, and 1 tbsp plain Greek yogurt to make it *mostly* non-dairy. I might look for a vegan sour cream or non-dairy yogurt to try also.
    Sophia Fantauzzo a year ago
    these are good. I will make them again. But even though I love garlic, I think half the amount of garlic is better. It complements the other flavors better rather than over powering everything. I tried it both ways and kind of regret adding the full amount to the whole batch.
    Paul Gallant 4 years ago
    I used breast, double the sauce, baked at 400-40 min no tin foil; then 2 min broil. Also used cilantro to garnish. Paired with garlic sweet potato mash, and arugula salad with a poppy seed dressing.
    Simona John 4 years ago
    AMAZING loved it!!!!!!
    Gregg Weiler 4 years ago
    I used what I had on hand: almond milk and plain Greek yogurt. My four sweet potatoes were small so I cut back on the milk. Delicious result!
    Garrett Cramer 5 years ago
    wife (who loves sweet potatoes) and I (not a big fan if SP) loved these. I've never been a big fan of sweetened up sweet potatoes, but this savoy recipe has won me over to the sweet potato. I will definitely try this again.