Excellent recipe. Cut the thyme back by about 10 percent. We made this twice, once with about 14 sweet potatoes and once with half of that. I like to mix the thyme and pepper with the olive oil before hand and let it sit. I also substituted orange juice but will try amaretto next time to see if it carmelizes better, or at least freshly squeezed orange juice. Orange juice from a carton tends to be so watery, esp. compared to the liqueur called for in the recipe. In large batches, it is hard to get it to carmelize because the potatoes are bunched up a bit, but they still turn out flavorful and soft. I also omitted the almonds.
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Excellent recipe. Cut the thyme back by about 10 percent. We made this twice, once with about...