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Sweet Potato Mini Pizza Slices
I'm a fan of fast and easy veggie dishes. In this article, I share one of my favorite sweet potato recipes. Sweet potatoes are combined in a simple manner with 3 classic Italian ingredients to create something like a delicious, low-carb and gluten-free sweet potato mini pizza.
There are two ways to make this recipe. You can cut potatoes in thick slices (as in pictures) or cook all sweet potatoes, and then fill them with the same 3 ingredients and turn them into jacket potatoes. If you're not sure how to prepare the potatoes, take a look at my other recipe for sweet potatoes with baked beans. I also compare the nutritional benefits of both sweet and normal potatoes.
Sweet potatoes appear to be fried before and after the sauces are added:
The inspiration for this dish was one of my favorite food spots in the Soho - The Potato project, where they served this delicious sweet jacketed potato combination. The saltiness of pesto and sun-dried tomatoes is simply an addictive flavor with the sweetness of potatoes.
The best thing about this recipe is that it requires barely preparation and is ready in 15-30 minutes. Enjoy!
Sweet Potato Pizza Slices
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Yield: 8-10 sweet potato slices
Depending on how much slice you take from your potatoes, the ingredients are not complete for this recipe, but this is a rough idea of ??what you need:
2 medium sized sweet potatoes
1 teaspoon basil pesto for each slice (generally about 40 - 50 g)
1-3 sun-dried tomatoes per slice (1 small jar of sun-dried tomatoes must be sufficient)
1 mozzarella ball (125 g)
1-2 tablespoons of olive oil
Preheating furnace up to 250 ° C (480 ° F)
Cut the sweet potatoes into large slices of about 2 cm thick (0.7 ").
Place them on a large baking sheet and brush each side with olive oil and salt.
Cook for about 10 minutes, or easily drill with a fork until soft.
Remove them from the oven and place a little pesto on each slice, then add slices of thin mozzarella and finally sun-dried tomatoes.
Put it back in the oven for another 5 minutes, avoid burning mozzarella and let it melt for a few minutes.
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