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Kathy September 21, 2019
This is great! The flavors all meld together into pure comfort. I ate it with rice and a side of sliced avocado.
Kat December 4, 2014
I make this often after discovering this recipe a while back. A delicious combination. I plonk the leftovers into a container with some rocket/ baby spinach and some drained chickpeas for an easy salad the next day. To be honest, I put everything in a pan together (incl. the cindery sage leaves!) and go with that. It works for me.
chris November 8, 2014
In the interest of using one less pan, I'm going to toss the onions in oil and simply scatter them around the sweet potatoes, after 15 minutes. Then add the sage leaves and apple, when things are beginning to brown.
Dina M. November 2, 2014
trying this tonight with the addition of a tablespoon or two of VT maple syrup:)
Marion W. October 19, 2014
I just loved this recipe! It was a fall harvest of flavors and a joy to make - I happily enjoyed my wine while the house took on the aroma of sage and onion...Bliss! Thanks for this!
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