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Ellen L. August 18, 2020
Easy weeknight dinner. Sweet potatoes could even be baked ahead of time. My son and I have an aversion to mustard and I'm never sure if a finished recipe will taste of it, so at his request, it was omitted. I did add a teaspoon of cumin as I thought that would go well with the other flavors. The dish was a hit! It's highly adaptable as well, which is a plus.
MorningStar March 3, 2020
I steamed the sweet potatoes and used the liquid instead of broth. And I had a package of Tofurky Smoky Maple Bacon Tempeh in the fridge -- it's great in this!
Winsome K. April 17, 2018
This was delicious. I used cubed and roasted sweet potatoes. Will make again!
Thomas J. May 11, 2017
I subbed coconut aminos for the tamari, honey mustard for the dijon, and used an entire bag (3.5 cups) of thawed, drained frozen spinach. Didn't have any broth so I just used some water. Fantastic! Great with a sriracha drizzle.
Nadia C. March 22, 2016
it says in the recipe to mash up the sweet potatoes with a spoon, but in the picture, the sweet potatoes don't look mashed---i'm confused
Taylor S. December 8, 2015
Wow, fantastic! Everyone loved this -- raving reviews. Instead of tempeh I used chickpeas and some scrambled egg whites. I didn't have the paprika so I substituted cayenne which added the perfect little kick. I served this alongside French baked polenta (lots of onions cooked in a few tbsp. of butter, polenta and broth added, popped into the oven (covered) and baked). Scrumptious :)))
Angelica February 23, 2015
Gena - what do you serve this with? Maybe a side of quinoa or crusty sourdough bread, maybe topped with avocado? Any ideas anyone? Can't wait to try this for dinner!
Jodi August 13, 2014
MMM this was outrageously good. I think my sweet potatoes were on the bigger side, so I had to add a bit more seasoning (specifically a little more tamari, S&P, and mustard). But wow. This was great. Can't wait to make it again.
Jen W. February 23, 2014
Holy Moly. This recipe is so supremely satisfying. I made it tonight and loved it. Thank you!!!
MattieK January 30, 2014
This was so delicious and satisfying. A wonderful winter meal! I substituted soy sauce for tamari, but otherwise left the recipe as (perfectly) is.
catbirdx December 25, 2013
Instant favorite! I made no changes, which in itself is a milestone, and wouldn't suggest any (another milestone) because this recipe is perfect. Made it twice in a row because it was gone much too soon. This goes into the gold notebook. Thank you!
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