Side Dishes

Pommes Anna with Sweet Potatoes (paleo, too!)

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This sweet potato dish is a great comfort food: a delicious baked pommes anna made with sweet potatoes. It's paleo, too! It's incredibly versatile in terms of the flavors it can host, spanning from a dessert-like side dish that could practically be served with ice cream to one with full-on savory seasonings. Though I've seasoned it with port-soaked plums, salt, and pepper in the photo, I also list several other approaches to seasoning in the recipe.

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6 uniform medium sweet potatoes, peeled and sliced 1/8 inch thick (or as thinly as possible) by hand, food processor, or mandoline
4 Tbsp olive oil or melted coconut oil, and another 1T to brush the top of the paleo pommes anna with.
Seasonings of your choice, described below
10 prunes, heated in 1 cup port for about 20 minutes or until plump. Drain and chop them. If you prefer not to use port, you can use natural fruit juice or water.
3-4 tsp salt, or to taste
3-4 tsp freshly ground black pepper, or to taste
Nutritions

Calories
662

Sodium
1555mg
64% DV

Fat
11g
17% DV

Protein
10g
20% DV

Carbs
152g
51% DV

Fiber
17g
69% DV