Need a sweet potato recipe but only cooking for one? You’ll love this simple microwave cinnamon sweet potato recipe. When you want a quick recipe in a hurry, you don’t want to scroll through a page of stories to get to it. I get that. We all have those days that schedules are tight and we need to find a recipe – fast. So here you go. Click on the jump-to link below which will direct you right to the microwave cinnamon sweet potato recipe. Jump to Recipe If you’d like to know how to do multiple cinnamon sweet potatoes, keep reading. How to CookRead More →

Ribeye

Have you ever cooked ribeye steak in a pressure cooker? Cook ribeye and onions within thirty minutes. Serve with sweet potato fries and steamed broccoli.  Ribeye and onion tastes wonderful together. They were cooked together in this recipe. My family loved it. Delicious and healthy. I seared my ribeye in a cast iron skillet then pressure-cooked it with the onions. Steamed Broccoli While the ribeye and onions cook, it’s time to fry sweet potatoes and steam broccoli on the stove. Steaming broccoli is easy. Put a cup of water to the pot. Add the broccoli. Cover, and heat until the water boils. Turn the burnerRead More →

potatoes

Cooking simply with a potato bar for holiday food  is the way to go. Prepare potatoes as the main holiday food for an event, and ask everyone to bring potato fixin’s. Definitely include sweet potatoes, a Thanksgiving classic side dish. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! Types of Potatoes for a Potato Bar When you’re considering types of potatoes for a potato bar, thereRead More →

Add yams or sweet potatoes to your Thanksgiving sides. Make them plain or like dessert.   Don’t Forget the Yams! There are so many ways to cook yams: Candied Air fried Roasted Boiled Pressure cooked Microwaved And because they are naturally sweet, yams are good cooked simply with no extra sugar or toppings. Some people like ’em. Some don’t. If you and your Thanksgiving dinner guests like sweet potatoes or yams, make these easy Tangy Sweet Yams.Read More →

Sweet Potato Recipe Roundup Need an easy-to-make simple vegetarian meal? Cook sweet potatoes and serve with all the fixins (or fixings if you aren’t from the South). Bake, boil, grill, or cook them in a slow cooker. Serve loaded baked sweet potatoes for a tasty and filling dish. Make it strictly vegetarian or semi-vegetarian. Like a baked russet potato, a sweet potato can be prepared as a meal in itself. I looked up sweet potatoes and came up with a roundup of recipes that look amazing. Read the list below and see which recipes you think look appetizing. Plaintain Sweet Potato Tacos, http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/plantain-sweet-potato-tacos-with-guacamole/ – This isRead More →

Slow cooker ribeye steak

Try cooking ribeyes in the slow cooker with sweet potatoes. Haven’t tried it yet? You’re  missing out. This post contains affiliate links which means if you click on it and make a purchase, I make a commission. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! I had no idea how good this steak-in-a-slow-cooker experiment was going to be. It only takes four hours on high. Double the time if you need it to cook all day. Sear or Not to Sear? I used to think you had to sear all kinds of meatRead More →

The easiest way to bake Irish potatoes and have them ready for you when you get home from work is in the slow cooker. What if everyone in your family doesn’t like baked Irish potatoes? Bake some Irish baking potatoes and some sweet potatoes at the same time in the slow cooker. I experimented with cooking Russet potatoes and sweet potatoes in my daughter’s KitchenAid 7-quart slow cooker recently. Some in the family don’t like sweet potatoes, so I wrapped two Russets together and two sweet potatoes together in foil and placed them in the slow cooker with about a cup of water. The experimentRead More →