PICKAWAY – Throughout the week and further, we will be sharing family secret recipes for all to try. These are submitted quotes about the dishes and how these dishes came to be family traditions. Do you have a dish to share? Feel free to contact us and share.
“I love sweet potatoes and enjoy making them in different ways. I’ve recently, in the last few months or so, have become sensitive to gluten. Sweet Potatoes are just one of many things that I can eat that are without gluten. When I found this recipe a few years ago I was unaware that one day I would be glad, in more ways than one. My Grandmother had given me recipe books as well as old magazines that had recipes in them. I cut out recipes from the magazines and the Tropical Sweet Potatoes were just one of many. Broccoli Casserole is another favorite that I have tried but I will save that recipe for another time. I have made Tropical Sweet Potatoes several times and they were a hit with sweet potato lovers. They really take on a whole new taste and twist with pineapple mixed in. Feel free to add or substitute ingredients. For example, sea salt instead of regular salt. I would use a little less if you do sea salt. You may want to add crushed pecans or walnuts to the top along with the other ingredients that will go there. Alright, enough gabbing. On to the recipe!”