OMG! SO tasty! Made for a potluck and everyone couldn't get enough! They're sweet but the jelly gives them a good little kick... Definately making again. Did step 1-2 a day prior, seemed to work out real well with the potluck being on a Friday evening
Chili-glazed Sweet Potatoes
MplsErin Posted: 12/14/08
JenTruesdell Posted: 11/14/09
I didn't like this recipe at all, and I love yams, but my sister did like it so it may have potential. I felt the vinegar was over powering. I would use less next time if not take it out completely. I was hoping for a spicy sweet flavor and it was tangy/sour sweet. I also think the quality of jalapeno jelly you use makes a difference. I would use one that has more spicy kick.
jodipdx Posted: 11/19/09
These were so not worth the trouble. Other than having some spice, they were overall pretty blah.
Emz101 Posted: 05/12/11
This recipe was ok, my main problem was the sweet potatos got to soggy and mushy.
drea99 Posted: 04/30/11
Ours unfortunately got overcooked by the 11 year old "sous chef" and became more like a semi-mashed potato mixture. However, the taste was quite good. I used a ready made glaze (honey chili or something to that effect) as I could not find red pepper jelly (only green). I did add more spice and the result was quite good. I reduced the amount of vinegar as well-- but the lime juice was perfect! I will make these again and see if I can get a more aesthetically pleasing result.
MielMani Posted: 01/20/12
Great flavor, funky texture. Cooked perfectly on the inside but kind of tough on the outside. Maybe lower the temperature and toss the potatoes in a little more oil to keep them moist while cooking.