Recipe by msanders
"Delicious tender pork and sweet potatoes equal a lovely stew! Can be adapted for the slow cooker after the skillet steps."
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all purpose flour
pork loin, cut into 1-inch cubes
sweet onion, chopped
1 1/3 cups
sweet potatoes, cut into 1-inch cubes
ground black pepper
crushed dried rosemary
salt to taste
This got rave reviews. i didn't transfer my pork into another dish after browning it. (why dirty another bowl/dish?) I just pushed it aside in my ovenproof metal skillet and browned the onions and garlic, then used white wine instead of sherry to make a roux. The rosemary and thyme are a nice touch.
Made this yesterday for my daughter's family, who are fussy eaters, they loved it. My daughter, who is a great cook, demanded the recipe. One small change, did not have either sherry or a white wine (we like the reds!!)grabbed a bottle of Merlot and used a generous dollop of that. BuggyBob
This is a keeper for me. The only change I made is to use 2 pounds of pork and 3 large sweet potatoes. Yummy on a cold winter evening.
So good! I substituted boneless/skinless chicken breast, because I had some that needed to be cooked before it went bad. Since chicken doesn't yield as much fat or liquid as pork, I added more broth (approximately doubled) and added a tablespoon of butter. It turned out amazing! I can't wait to try it with pork. The dijon mustard combined with brown sugar is to die for!
It was delicious! I didn't have any pork on hand so I used beef instead. I also didn't have brown sugar so I used organic sugar. Beef was nice and tender, stew had great flavor! I though it would turn out too sweet because of the sugar and the sweet potatoes but it surprisingly wasn't. Would make again for sure, especially around the fall!
I made this with the ingredients I had on hand, but didn't have sherry (substituted extra chicken broth) or rosemary. It is still an excellent dish. I imagine it's better with the sherry & rosemary. I'll make this again!
OMG. The best! We had this on a cold, snowy day--12 inches of snow. It had great flavor and really warmed us up. The meat was so tender and the sauce was creamy and tasty. I didn't have sherry, so I used white wine. and I added some white potatoes. Yum!
This is a delicious treat. I added a bit of cauliflower just for an additional veggie, didn't use the Dijon mustard simply because I don't like it. The stew came out great. Served with choice of as-is or over rice, complimented with dinner rolls and butter.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Sweet Potato Stew
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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