This vibrant bake lets the natural sweetness and flavor of sweet potatoes shine. It can be enjoyed alone for any meal of the day or served alongside a salad or steamed or sautéed vegetables of your choice. It makes enough for multiple meals or to share with your loved ones.
Sweet potatoes offer important glucose and glycogen storage for the liver. All sweet potatoes and yams are beneficial, even white sweet potatoes. Similar to regular potatoes, they help support almost every function for which the liver is responsible inside our bodies. Sweet potatoes have phytochemical properties that calm heated, angry, stagnant, sluggish, and toxic livers and help prevent spasming. They also offer a range of hormone-balancing phytochemicals for the liver; the liver uses sweet potatoes and yams to regulate and control some of its hormone functions.
Herbed Sweet Potato Bake
Preheat oven to 400F/200C.
Add the sliced sweet potato, onion powder, garlic, paprika, herbs, and lemon juice to a large mixing bowl and toss until evenly coated.
Arrange the sweet potato slices in a 9-inch square baking dish or equivalent. Pour in the water. Cover and bake for 50-60 minutes until very tender.
Remove the cover and continue cooking for 5-10 minutes until slightly browned on the top. Remove from the oven and cool for 5-10 minutes before serving.
Serve with fresh herbs on top.
Makes 3-4 servings
This item posted: 07-Dec-2021
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