- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter (or salted, melted)
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- coarse salt
- black pepper
- 5 pounds sweet potatoes (peeled and sliced thin)
- 2 shallots (peeled and sliced thin)
The Molesisters 17 days ago
This is an amazing recipe! Simple and delicious!
Corbello 19 days ago
I love the looks of this unique sweet potato recipe. It is beautiful. The crispy edges sent me into the kitchen to make it . It's two days before Thanksgiving. If the time works out, this recipe may join my mother's recipe for candied sweet potatoes. No marshmallows on top of her recipe, just well candied thick slices of sweet potatoes.
Kathy 20 days ago
I served this for a small family gathering to test prior to our Thanksgiving feast. Everyone helped themselves to second and third helpings!
Inna R. 7 Oct
Make this every year! Except I also add bacon :)
Phil 19 Sep
Sounds great I’ll give it a try
Kari Revelstoke 10 Jan
The potatos tasted great but I had a hard time getting them arranged. Only some were crispy.
John V. 18 Nov 2017
great sweet potatoes one more way to eat them. can't be to many.
Hello Rachael 12 Nov 2017
I love this recipe and I make it all the time
Annette B. 27 Aug 2017
Wonderful! Added Rosemary rather than pepper; I'm allergic to pepper.
Thaís F. 28 May 2017
Amazing!! So easy to make and delicious
Luciane G. 13 May 2017
loved it! I mixed a few thyme with the butter and oil which gave a nice flavor to the potatoes. After cooked, I broiled a little to stay a little crispy. It was a success in my house.