Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Sweet Potato Sweet Chips



Happy Holi and Happy Women’s Day to all of you!!
Sweets are something that I worship!!
When I told this to a friend who also happens to be a doctor he said no you are satiated a bit later than others!!

 Whatever I love sweets! Period!

 And I want to eat them come what may.

Okay so here is my recipe for the day. This was what Amma made quite often and can be made in a jiffy.

Ingredients:
4 baby sweet potatoes, washed
2 tsp ghee (I used homemade)
1/4 cup sugar
2 green cardamoms, powdered

Method:
1.    Slice the sweet potatoes thin, store under water to prevent browning.
2.    Heat the ghee in a thick bottomed kadhai/wok.
3.    Add the sweet potato slices, mix and cook covered.
4.    When the slices are cooked (about 4-5 minutes) add the sugar.
5.    Mix and let the sugar melt and bubble. Do not stir at this point.
6.    When the sugar has all formed thick syrup your job is done.
7.    Stir in the green cardamom.
8.    Tastes best hot or cold.

Sending to
Priya of Now Serving where she is hosting Veggie/Fruit of the month -Sweet Potao for Priya  Mharo Rajasthan's 
Archana

30 comments:

  1. this is a delicious way to have sweet potato

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  2. wow, so simple and so sweet one with sweet potatoes, looks so yummy :) dnt forget to link to my event :)

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  3. Very interesting recipe,yummy n perfect for Holi..Happy Holi n Happy Women's day to you too!!
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  4. Happy holi to u too...this looks so yummy :)

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  5. thanks a unique preparation

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  6. thanks a unique preparation

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  7. really new to me...intersting one awesome

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  8. Very unique and wonderful recipe!

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  9. wow!!this sounds tasty..We have a similar snack using breadfruit...So I know this is very tasty....Thanks for sharing
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  10. sweet potato is a very good veg for kids. I always look for recipes to feed this to my 3 year old son. this looks delish. also thanks for all your appreciating words on my blog. you made my day.

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  11. Awesome Recipe Dear..Bookmarking it to try soon..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  12. A very simple yet interesting and delicious recipe

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  13. awesome..u made it perfectly........vl try this....
    Maha

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  14. awesome..u made it perfectly........vl try this....
    Maha

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  15. Very nice..
    Saranya
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    http://www.foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  16. Thanks for linking it dear :)

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  17. good recipe!...nice way to eat a healthy veggie!

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  18. Thats a nice twist n gud recipe

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  19. Archana, this sounds delicious with the caramelised sugar. we only ever eat sweet potato plain pressure cooked.

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  20. Great snacks using sweet potato...yummy yumm!
    I don't mind having some now ;)

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  21. woww.. this is really innovative.. the best recipe i have ever seen with sweet potato :)

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  22. wow, that is so innovative, love the idea. Happy holi !!!

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  23. this is such a swee way to have sweet potato, even I loved it roasted and with lots of sprinkling of sugar
    wish you had a very Happy holi

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  24. That is such a unique way of making sweet potato!The potatoes look really sweet!

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  25. very interesting recipe...twist to the regular sweet potato halwa.must be tastier then that...

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  26. Interesting recipe! Looks great!

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