Tuesday, September 14, 2010

applebutter sweet pOTTatoes

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For this weeks edition of "I canned a whole lOTT, now I'm baking in my Bistro" I will be using canned applebutter to make a delisious side dish with sweet potatoes.  (That's right, applebutter is not just for toast and biscuits anymore.)  This is just another example of creative ways to use what you can throughout the year.
My father grows sweet potatoes in his garden so these came from him.  I took 3 medium sized sweet potatoes and peeled the skin off, then chopped into 1/4 inch coins.



I layered these potatoes on a greased baking dish, sprinkled with a little salt and pepper and poured 1/2 cup of applebutter over the top.  I then baked at 350 degrees for for 30 minutes. 


The applebutter gives a nice sweet flavor to the sweet potatoes similar to if you used brown sugar or marshmellows. 
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For more tips and recipes on what to do with items you canned check out these other blogs!
From Mess Hall to Bistro
Gourmet Meals for Less
From the Hive
Adriennes Food Adventure 

This post was linked to the following linky parties:
Gratituesday at HeavenlyHomemakers, Tasty Tuesday Beauty and Bedlam, Tempt My Tummy Tuesday at Blessed with Grace, Tuesday at the Table with All the Small Stuff, Two for Tuesdays with the Girl Chef, Delicious Dish at It's a Blog Party, Twister Tuesdays with GNOWFGLINS, Anything Related Tuesday at All Thingz Related.

14 comments:

girlichef said...

What a delicious idea! Sweet potatoes and apple butter are two of my favorite things...so combining them sounds perfect. Love it...thanks so much for sharing this with the hearth 'n soul hop =)

ps...I'd love it if you'd link up w/ Grow Your Own (GYO) which I'm hosting this month. If you'd like to (this or any other during the month), check it out here... http://girlichef.blogspot.com/2010/09/im-hosting-grow-your-own-45-this-month.html Thanks!

SnoWhite said...

Sounds awesome!

Christy said...

I received my home canning discovery kit Sat. - thanks sooo much! I am excited to give it a try! Perhaps apple butter is where I should start! Thanks for linking to the hearth'nsoul blog hop.

Miz Helen said...

I just canned some applesauce, this will be a great way to use some of it. Looks like a great combination. Thank You...

April@The 21st Century Housewife said...

What a fabulous idea - I am sure these taste just amazing!

Michele said...

That's a great idea. I love sweet potatoes and have some apple butter I canned a few years ago.

Butterpoweredbike said...

I love to see the sweet preserves being used in nontraditional ways. So much more interesting than a smear on toast. Thank you for linking to Hearth and Soul (formerly Two for Tuesday).

thyme2garden said...

Apple butter, hmm, another possibility for my apples from Tuttle! It looks really delicious with sweet potatoes. Keith does not like sweet potatoes, he thinks that they are yucky. I just look at him like he's an alien when he says things like that. I, on the other hand, love them!

a moderate life said...

Hey miss hot ott! :) My dad always says my sweet potatoes are too sweet because I use brown sugar and pecans. I think this version would be more to his liking! Very cool! Just a note that the two for tuesdays is now called hearth n soul. Thanks for linking up! :) Alex@amoderatelife

Busy Working Mama said...

YUM! The pictures look delish!

Inspiring You To Save! said...

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Pam said...

Way to go! It looks delicious! I love apple butter and must try this and then make it with the sweet potatoes. Unique and I bet it is great! I'm new here and so glad to find your blog!

Linda said...

I always make apple butter, but had never thought to use it like this. I can't wait to try it!

Linda @ Linda's Lunacy
http://www.lindaslunacy@gmail.com

★All Thingz Related★ said...

Thanks so much for sharing this great recipe with us at Anything Related!
{Rebekah}

 
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