Maple Glazed Sweet Potato is a great meal when you want to make choice in a favor of healthy and nutritious food. Simple enough to cook, it does not take much time and strength to have it done!
Total time to Make 6 Servings of the Maple Glazed Sweet Potato – 60 min.
- sweet potatoes (peeled and cut): 2 pounds
- salt (divided): 2 1/2 teaspoons
- Viking Farms Maple Syrup: 6 tablespoons
- white balsamic vinegar: 6 tablespoons
- butter: 2 1/2 tablespoons
- black pepper: 3/8 teaspoon
- Cooking spray
- walnuts (toasted) for decoration
Turn on an oven and preheat it to 400° to bake our Maple Glazed Sweet Potato.
Take a large saucepan and place sweet potatoes and salt (2 teaspoons), fill the saucepan with water to cover 2 inches above potatoes. Bring to a boil, after keep simmering 10 minutes longer. Drain potatoes.
In a small saucepan mix syrup and vinegar and try to bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Keep simmering until slightly thickened and syrupy (about 4 min.). Remove from heat and whisk in butter and pepper.
Coat a baking dish (11 x 7-inch) with cooking spray. Arrange potatoes in the dish. Top with syrup mixture and sprinkle with salt (1/4 teaspoon). Bake at 400° until potatoes are very tender 4-5 min.). Remove from oven and drizzle with sauce and walnuts over potatoes, sprinkle with remaining salt (1/4 teaspoon). Serve Maple Glazed Sweet Potato while still warm!
More advanced ways of using Viking Farms Maple Syrup with Vegetables!
- Viking Farms Maple Amber Color and Rich Taste Syrup for most vegetables: maple glazed carrots or beets, maple roasted acorn squash, maple bread and butter pickles;
- Try to use ½ cup of Viking Farms Maple for every 2 cups of vegetables for glazing;
- Use Viking Farms Maple Dark Color and Robust Taste Syrup for bitter vegetables like maple glazed or roasted brussels sprouts;
- Use Viking Farms Maple Dark Color and Robust Taste Syrup for butternut squash or French onion soup!