This is a fantastic and unusual alternative to the same old summer salads. Took this to a potluck and everyone went crazy over it.
Grilled Sweet Potato and Napa Cabbage Salad with Lime Vinaigrette
tonikitchen Posted: 08/21/12
sprky182 Posted: 08/22/12
This was very fresh and filling. An unexpected flavor combo that really works.
H2OQueen Posted: 01/05/13
The flavors were outstanding! Very easy recipe and very healthy. I roasted the sweet potatoes just because I was already roasting vegetables for the week's meals. Worked well - I will definitely make this again.
Suzontheridge Posted: 02/18/13
Tried this recipe to use up some leftover napa cabbage. It is very yummy, I would try adding some avocado to the salad next time just for a change. I was worried about putting in a whole jalapeno pepper but you could hardly taste it so no problem. A nice change for sweet potatoes.
heberhart Posted: 07/19/12
Very fresh! a great salad. Sweet potatoes gave it a wonderful texture. Will definitely make this again
kayakGirl21 Posted: 09/13/12
OMG - so good, a flavor explosion in my mouth. Wasn't sure what to make with it since it seemed like it wouldn't be enough on it's own but also would be so strong in flavors that I wasn't sure what would compliment it. Ended up grilling up some thick cut bone-in Pork chops just seasoned with Salt & Pepper and it was the perfect meal. My husband and I finished the salad with just the two of us because it tasted so good we just couldn't stop eating it.
abbyandchris Posted: 07/02/13
Great weeknight meal. It is easy to get everything else mixed with the sweet potato is on the grill. Filling and delicious. Use the hot sauce as recommended, so it was spicy - loved that! Will def. make again and again
mja489 Posted: 02/15/14
loved this. We gilled the sweet potato on a weber with wood coals. The flavor was fantastic. It took a little longer than suggested in the recipe, but it wasn't a very hot fire. Served with some sausages we got at the farmer's market and a baguette. Great meal.
jazzwood Posted: 10/31/13
Wow! A terrific salad! I cut the two pounds peeled sweet potatoes into 1/2 inch "fries"; tossed with the oil, salt, and pepper; roasted the sweet potatoes on a jelly roll pan in a 425 degree oven for 30 minutes, stirring after 15 minutes. Then I prepared half the recipe as there were just two of us. I used toasted pine nuts instead of the pumpkin seeds. It was so good my husband asked that I make it again the following night as the sweet potatoes were roasted. Finally, he asked if I would prepare it putting the dressing in a separate container so he could take it to work and share with his staff.
bjane1 Posted: 10/14/13
Enjoyed this salad but the jalapeño gave it a bitter taste. Will try again without the jalapeno and re-evaluate.