This post is more than just a sweet potato stacks recipe. It’s a lesson in pinning. (See, I’m not just a food blogger! I’m an educator!) When I started using Pinterest, I had a tendency to repin things without clicking through. I have a board devoted to side dishes (yes, I really do!) and when I saw a photograph of potato stacks that someone I follow had pinned, I repined it to my board. I decided to use this potato stacking technique with sweet potatoes and when I went back to my side dish pinboard last week to look at the recipe, I got a 404 error when I clicked through. Oops. So the lesson? Always click through before pinning. Or TERRIBLE THINGS will happen. (Or mild inconveniences. One of the two.)
Lucky for me, this stacked potato slice thing exists elsewhere, so I was able to find another recipe to adapt. I ended up having to make this twice to get it right; even the second time, the top layers curled a bit more than in the pictures I’ve seen elsewhere. I’m attributing this to the fact that I used sweet potatoes instead of white ones. Although it’s a little bit time consuming to stack the potato slices into muffin tins, the results are worth it–sweet potato stacks that are crispy on the outside and perfectly roasted and tender in the middle. And they look even more impressive in person.
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