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Grilled Sweet Potatoes

It's another quick and simple grill recipe. It is also perfect dish for those veggie who don't eat meat.


4 medium sweet potatoes
1/2 cup melted butter
3 tablespoons brown sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon


In a pan/pot boil 3/4 lt water. While wait for the water fully boiled, clean sweet potatoes and cut into 1/2 inch slices.

Put the potatoes in boiled water for 5-10 minutes, or until the potatoes start to soften. (Be carefull don't overboil the potatoes and make them too soft). After 5-10 minutes, cool and peal the potatoes.

In a bowl, combine butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. Brush over the potaoes.

Preheat the grill for medium low heat.

Grill the potatoes for 10-15 minutes, turning once.


Anonymous said…
hi.. just dropping by here... have a nice day!
try my favourite...
Cheesy Fisherman's Grill
Yield: 2 Servings
213 g red alaska salmon,Canned
1 lg crab*
15 g butter (or margarine)
15 g plain flour
1 milk for stock (see recipe)
2 fresh tomatoes,skinned
-de-seeded and ch
1 T freshly parsley,Chopped
1 salt
1 black pepper,Freshly Ground
75 g fresh parmesan,grated
*(ask the fishmonger to dress it for you, but retain the small legs
for garnish)
Drain the can of salmon, reserving the juice. Make the juice up to
150ml (1/4 pint) with milk. Set aside.
Put the salmon and crab meat into a bowl.
Melt the butter in a pan and stir in the flour. Gradually add the
fish and milk stock to make a smooth sauce. Add the chopped
tomatoes and parsley, season well. Mix the sauce into the crab and
salmon, then pile this mixture into two individual serving dishes.
Sprinkle the Parmesan over the top of the salmon mixture and place
on a moderate grill for 6-8 minutes or until the cheese is golden
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Chef Jay said…
Grilled sweet potatoes are the best match for my barbecue rib recipes . My friends and family will surely love this. Happy New Year! :)

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