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I made this for Thanksgiving with my inlaws with a few alterations. I didn't use the horseradish (didn't have any) and used my own discretion with brown sugar. It was a hit! And today is Christmas with the inlaws and it's been requested so here I am getting the ingredient list to go make it again!
Very tasty with the horseradish and a super quick side dish to put together considering that I already had the cooked & mashed sweet potato in the freezer. Used brown sugar and garnished with fresh snipped chives for a sweet and savory taste.
I was a little skeptical about the horseradish and the sweet potatoes but this was great! The first bite was a bit off but after I let the potatoes sit for about ten minutes the horseradish mellowed and it tasted wonderful. Very quick since I did the potatoes in the microwave.
I really loved this recipe and I don't like horseradish but it is so good in here with the honey. Go ahead give it a shot you won't be dissapointed. I will make them this way all the time. Thanks for posting.
Why is it that everyone who gave this less than 5 stars didn't follow the recipe correctly? Don't leave this and that out- and then complain that it isn't good. I followed this to a T and it was phenomenal. Thanks!
Even if you are not a fan of horseradish this dish is outstanding! My girlfriend served it up to me at her house for dinner I couldn't get enough of them. I was a bit leary how they would taste but I am game to try most everything. Use less horseradish if you are a bit skidish... I 've made this recipe twice already yummmm. Worth trying!
these were fantastic. i didn't bake them in the oven though. i just peeled them cut them in to cubes and then boiled them for about 15 minutes. then i went to step 2. i was very skeptical about using horseradish but it made the dish. they are so tasty. i served them along side the brown sugar meatloaf from this site and some broccoli. i think i like these better than regular mashed potatoes.
My boyfriend gawked at the horseradish but I'm the type that has to 'stick to the recipe'! Sure am glad I did! I will DEFINITELY be adding this to my rotation of side dishes to cook at home! Yummy and healthy as well! Also; I did not have heavy cream so I used milk. Will want to try with cream next time but I'm sure it's delicious either way.
We're not big on sweet so I left out the honey and still felt like the horseradish enhanced the sweet taste without adding the enough zip. They were good enough that I might try them again with a little more horseradish. I really wanted to like these more than I did.
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