Kristen is the Creative Director of Food52
A blender, stand mixer, or even a potato masher or ricer could work, depending on what you've got! Sweet potatoes are pretty flexible like that.
yeah, i'd try a mixer or blender. honestly, our sweet potatoes called for being whipped in a food processor, but i just mashed them by hand a lot. I think they turned out fine without the extra whipping.
Meg is a trusted home cook.
fork will work or potato masher if you have more than a fork will handle
recommend The Unplugged Kitchen by Viana LaPlace so you have a reference for these occasions of mechanical dysfunction
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