November 07, 2017
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"Meat is often added to this dish."
After washing, drying, and lightly greasing the potatoes, bake them at 425' for about 1 hour.
When half done, poke once with a fork to prevent bursting.
The skins should be tender but firm when the potatoes are done. Allow them to cool slightly.
Heat 2 tablespoons of the butter in a skillet until foamy, add the carrots and sauté over moderately low heat until tender.
Add the apples and sauté until they soften a bit.
Peel and cut the slightly cooled sweet potatoes into a fairly large dice and put in bowl.
Combine with the sautéed carrots, apples, and other ingredients and mix thoroughly.
Pour into deep oiled casserole, cover, and bake 20-30 minutes in a (preheated) 350' oven.
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