percypat Posted May 22, 2013 Share Posted May 22, 2013 I cook with sweet potato all the time but I always chop it up and roast it like potatoes. Tonight - inspired by all the accounts of whole baked sweet potatoes - I put two whole ones on the baking tray alongside my husband's potato roasties. They baked for about 90 minutes and when I took them out there was this sweet syrupy stuff that had oozed out of them. I should have taken a picture but I tasted it and it was delicious. So I may have just eaten all the evidence. Is this normal? Do sweet potatoes usually do that or did I manage to procure some weird mutant kind? I've never heard of this happening. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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