Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Savory Whipped Yams - Thanksgiving Week 2010

This is a wonderful side dish and different from the overly sweet candied yams. I am re-posting it for Thanksgiving Week.

Until about 15 years ago I thought the only way to eat yams was covered in butter, brown sugar and marshmallows. We went to a friends house for dinner and she served them savory, I was hooked. It is a refreshing way to serve Yams!

2-3 large Yams
1/2 cube butter or margarine
salt and pepper to taste
Cayenne pepper to taste, I use 1/2 tsp but I like heat
crumbled bacon (optional)
1/2 tsp fresh sage chopped finely

Peel your Yams and cut them into cubes, boil in water until fork tender, drain.
Add the above ingredients to your Yams, whip them with your hand held mixer and serve.

They are amazing!


Marjie said...

Sweet potatoes are my favorite side dish. If my hungry hordes would tolerate them, I'd eat them every night!

Happy Thanksgiving, Cheryl.

Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

Happy Thanksgiving.cook up a storm!

Me - sweet potatoes, carrots, apples with a maple brown sugar glaze

tamilyn said...

Mmmm. Bacon makes everything better :)

Have a wonderful holiday Cheryl!

Donna-FFW said...

They sound wonderful! Not overly sweet as is the norm.

Happy Thanksgiving!

teresa said...

this is a really fun variation! happy thanksgiving!

Sophie Sportende Foodie said...

MMMMMM,..a tasty sweet potato dish that I like a lot!

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