Sweet Potato and Cranberry Hash

Surprisingly versatile, orange-fleshed sweet potatoes are not much higher in carbohydrates than white potatoes. Here, they are underbaked to keep their creamy flesh slightly firm, then are diced and combined with green onions, cranberries and a touch of spice to make a savory-sweet hash that is delicious served with poultry, pork or game.
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Review 1 for Sweet Potato and Cranberry Hash
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KimsTaste
,Forked River
,NJ
February 27, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Great with Turkey Burgers!
February 27, 2013
I'm always looking for sides with Sweet Potatoes and this was one of the best ever! I loved the contrast of the sweet potatoes with the tart cranberry, I made it as a side with turkey burgers and my family loved it !!
Pros: Kid-Friendly, Will Make Again
Review 2 for Sweet Potato and Cranberry Hash
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HollyK
Grandville, MI
January 3, 2011
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Good Recipe if you like Sweet Potatoes
January 3, 2011
I had to make sweet potatoes for Christmas. I'm not crazy about them sometimes, but I thought I'd try this. If you like sweet potatoes and cranberries, this recipe is very good!
I doubled the recipe for a big crowd (21 people, but had lots of leftovers). I just baked my sweet potatoes in the oven and then chilled in the freezer for an hour before making the rest of the dish. Otherwise I followed it exactly. I actually used a nut grinder for my cranberries and it worked great. I wouldn't crave this on a regular basis, but the ingredients went really well together, it tasted great and looked very festive.