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Peel the sweet potatoes and cut them into pieces. This does not have to be very precise, but make sure that they are about the same size so that they take the same time to cook.
Fill a medium saucepan with water, the stock cubes and the sweet potato chunks, then bring to a boil.
Peel the shallots and cut them into thin half moons. Wash the sage and finely chop a small handful of it.
Once the water is boiling, reduce the heat and cook the sweet potatoes until they have softened. This will take around 15 minutes, but the exact cooking time will depend on the size of the sweet potato pieces.
Heat a little olive oil in a small frying pan and sauté the shallots for a few minutes until they have softened.
Drain the sweet potatoes and mash them with a potato masher. Stir in the fried shallots, along with the finely chopped sage, and season with salt and pepper.
Serve with the rest of the fresh sage, if desired, enjoy!
Is sweet potato mash healthy?
The sweet potato is full of phosphorus, copper, selenium, zinc, iodine, B vitamins and vitamin E.
In addition, sweet potatoes contain fewer simple carbohydrates and more fibre than the regular potato. Simple carbohydrates are starches and sugars and when added together, the sweet potato contains fewer of these carbohydrates than the standard potato. The sweet potato also contains more than 1.5 times as much dietary fibre compared to the regular potato.
Can you freeze sweet potato mash?
You can freeze sweet potato mash, then easily reheat it in a pan. Let it thaw first, and then stir in a dash of milk so that it will become smooth again.
Can you make sweet potato mash in advance?
Sweet potato mash can be made in advance, and you can easily reheat it in a pan. Stir in a dash of milk so that it will become smooth again.