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A question about a recipe: Duck Hashcakes with Sweet Potato, Bacon and Cilantro

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I don't see sweet potatoes on the ingredient list. By sweet potatoes do you mean yams or sweet potatoes?

asked by judyschwab over 4 years ago
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added over 4 years ago

Hi Judy; there has been a problem with ingredients disappearing it's happened to me a number of times. You might want to send a direct message to Le Bec Fin and as how many sweet potatoes and also alert her to the fact that they are missing from the recipe,

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added over 4 years ago

well judy, thankyou so much. i feel like i'm in the twilight zone. ingredient above duck sausage should say:
1.5 lb. sweet potatoes, unpeeled,cut in ½”dice, preferably both Hannah (white ) and Jewel sweet potatoes, which are rich and less sweet than Garnet

i added a comment to the recipe as well. th you so much for the proofread
best,
mindy

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added over 4 years ago

Sweet potatoes are what you are likely to find in US markets, even if they are marked yams. A true yam is a very different tuber. As for the varieties (Hannah, Jewel, Garnet), you can ask a produce worker to check the boxes they were shipped in if you don't see that information.

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added over 4 years ago

Thanks so much for the clarifications. Now I'm really looking forward to making this!
Judy