Recipe by kamcauliffe
"Sweet potato combines with tangy goat cheese to make a delicious starter or side dish. It's great served with a salad."
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onion, finely chopped
garlic, finely chopped
crumbled goat cheese
Sorry about that!
Add the eggs at the same time as you mix in the goat's cheese.
Make sure you put the rosti straight into a hot oven, otherwise the eggs start to leak out of the potato mixture!
what do you do with the eggs?
Delicious. I love sweet potatoes but not the sugary sort. This was wonderful. Only change for me next time will be a splash of tabasco in the rosti
These were well received at our house! Great flavour. A wonderful use of sweet potatoes without all the sugar used in most sweet potato recipes
I found the same recipe on another web site and it said to stir the eggs into the grated potatoes when you stir in the cheese before baking.
To be fair I don't particularly like sweet potatoes. Might try these again later as the winter CSA we are in is likely to give me ample more sweet potatoes.
These did get a little burnt at the posted time so I'd either drop the temp a touch or cook them a minute or two less.
Second ... I didn't realize when I grabbed goat cheese at the store that the standard pack was less than listed - and the cake itself was pretty bland so it needs every bit of the tangy melty goat cheese and some additionaly seasoning too ... maybe garlic salt.
I was a little nervous after reading the reviews, but dove in anyway. I ended up chopping half the potatoes in a Cuisinart and grating the rest. Still the messiest thing ever. I also added a little pumpkin pie spice which gave the flavor more depth. Draining the water from the potatoes is hard, and I did a terrible job, but it worked out pretty well. Should have used a larger baking sheet, as it makes a lot. I made more of a casserole than individual patties, but it was good regardless. Ate it like it was going out of style. Will make again - with someone else to help clean up.
OK, but not a real favourite
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sweet Potato Rosti
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 195
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