Skewers low calorie sweet potato for your diet

It's only fair to share...Share on Facebook0Share on Google+0Tweet about this on TwitterPin on Pinterest0Share on Tumblr0

descarga (6)A simple and rich recipe for the whole family

Want to eat something very rich, which is not at all complicated and that fulfills the expectations of your palate? Then these spikes sweet potato can be an excellent and easy choice. Do not forget to follow the steps proposed in this recipe and have ready to eat in minutes.

Potato, sweet potato, sweet potato, sweet potato … These are just some of the names for the potato-like tuber, but sweeter, more colorful and with other properties under his belt. It contributes something like 90 calories per 100 grams, which is why it can be incorporated into the diet without problems. It is a rich low sodium food, and offers high inputs of potassium.

For this reason, not be afraid to incorporate into the diet, always using excessive amounts and combining these yams or sweet potatoes with other vegetables that go well with it. An excellent idea is to prepare baked in the form of spikes, so they are well browned, and accompany with a green leaves and a rich sauce that’ll teach you to do at the end of the tour. :)


A medium potato cut into cubes or slices
A few slices of onion
Strips of red pepper
Soy sauce
salt, pepper and paprika,


Place in a bowl 100 ml of soy sauce, a good tablespoon mustard, pepper and a little paprika. Mix well and soak there all the vegetables for about two hours.

Use the classic skewers skewers and thread a piece of sweet potato, a slice of onion and a pepper strip. thus introduced until finished.

Cook the skewers in hot oven until browned on the outside and tender on the inside. Moisturizes slightly during the cooking liquid from the marinade.
When ready, it will not be more than serve on a mattress rich green leaves.

What sauce can accompany this recipe light?

A fresh, but with a spicy citrus sauce and something can go wonders counterpoint to the sweetness of sweet potato or yam. Pica finely a seedless tomato, a piece of green or jalapeno chile, abundant chopped parsley or cilantro and the juice of half a lemon (or lime). Add a touch of salt and have a somewhat Mexican company for your rich spikes.
These spikes can go for main course, as fitting a piece of chicken or fish (you can bake the meantime) and even as a starter or light snacking. Anyway, do not miss the recipe.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.