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Roasted sweet potatoes with peanut dressing and salad (GF)

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU WASH THE FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND HERBS BEFORE YOU START.

COOKING TIME
30 Mins

DIFFICULTY

INGREDIENTS 2p 4p
Sweet potato 3 6
Red cabbage 1/8 ¼
Spring onion 3 stalks 6 stalks
Capsicum 1 2
Coriander 4 stalks 8 stalks
Lime 2 4
Peanut butter 1.5 tbsp 3 tbsp
Peanuts 1 tbsp 2 tbsp
Chilli 1 2
*Soy sauce 1 tbsp 2 tbsp
*Maple sirup 1 tbsp 2 tbsp
*Oil 1 tbsp 2 tbsp
*Sugar 1 tsp 2 tsp

* PRODUCTS ARE PANTRY ITEMS AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE BOX NEITHER ARE SALT AND PEPPER

  Nutrition per 100 Grams

  Energy 595Kj
  Protein 5.4g
  Fat, Total 7.8g
  –  Saturated 1.3g
  Carbohydrates 10.8g
  – Sugars 5.9g
  Sodium 46g
  Allergens Gluten Fee, Peanuts

TOOLS: Oven, Oven tray, mixing bowls, microwave

METHOD

1

COOK POTATOES         

Preheat the oven to 220C ● halve sweet potatoes lengthwise place them on a plate and wrap with plastic ● microwave for 3 minutes till slightly softened ● place potatoes skin down on oven tray and drizzle with the oil and some salt ● cook for 15/20 minutes till golden and cooked

2

SALAD                               

Thinly slice red cabbage, capsicum and spring onion ● finely chop chilly to heat preference ● mix all of this in a bowl ● squeeze the juice of 1(2) lime in the bowl ● add sugar to bowl and season with salt & pepper ● set aside to pickle

3

DRESSING                        

Place peanut butter in small bowl ● mix this with the maple sirup, soy sauce, juice of half(1) lime ● add water till desired dressing thickness is achieved add 1 tbsp of water at a time

4

CHECK & PIERCE            

Check the potatoes by piercing them with a knife ● the should be fluffy and soft inside and nicely roasted on the top

5

FINISH & SERVE         

Coarsely chop coriander ● mix ¾ of the coriander trough the salad ● place potatoes on plate ● top with salad and drizzle with dressing ● finish with left over coriander an a lime wedge

Attention customers with food allergies. Our products may contain traces of allergens, such as wheat, soybeans, tree nuts, peanuts, or wheat.