March Madness: (2) Sweet Potato vs. (7) Pomegranate
While both of these ingredients are sweet, they’re in completely different ways. The sweet potato is a savory ingredient found on its own, in pies and in casseroles. Pomegranates are only used for their sweets, and though they’re small, they’re delectable! Which do you prefer?
Need more information before you cast your vote? Check out our best sweet potato and pomegranate recipes below!
Stuffed Sweet Potatoes – My family likes sweet potatoes like this instead of baked with all the marshmallows on top. It is very good and if sweet potatoes are a must for your Thanksgiving you should definitely try this recipe.
Candied Sweet Potatoes – This is the easiest way I have found to make candies sweet potatoes and I wanted to share this recipe with all of you.
Sweet Potato Muffins – A must try recipe – very good! You will want to make more.
Pomegranate Blueberry & Peach Sorbet – This refreshing dessert looks fancy when served in a martini glass and will really “wow” your friends!
Pomegranate-Walnut Chicken – This special dish is great year-round, but especially around the Jewish high holidays.
Tevzi- Poached Fish with Pomegranate Sauce – In this traditional Jewish recipe, a strong sauce made with pomegranate is drizzled over sea bass, red snapper, or trout.
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