Potato Recipes

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Lentils over mashed potatoes

Potatoes, both white and sweet, are staples of a fiber-rich pantry. This week we're sharing recipes that transform these ordinary ingredients into delicious meals.

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Mexican Quinoa Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Serve your stuffed sweet potato with a side salad. You still have room for a 25% item. I'd pick a fruit popsicle. Mango sounds fantastic. (Or better yet, eat the fruit itself or make your own fruit popsicle and keep this entire meal 100% filled with water-fiber foods).

75%water-fiber – foods sweet potato, red onion, bell pepper, corn, quinoa, black beans, avocado, cilantro, salad greens, fruit
25% – foods olive oil/dressing, popsicle

Roast Potato, Red Onion and Chickpea Traybake

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Serve your roasted water-fiber foods over a bed of greens for a lovely supper. A bowl of fresh strawberries would round off the meal quite nicely.

75% water-fiber foods – potatoes, bell pepper, onions, chickpeas, garlic, tomatoes, greens, strawberries
25% foods – marinade

Recipe Note: Be sure to select “Imperial” to get measurements in the American measuring system.

Healing Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Assemble your bowl as directed in the recipe. Don’t eat eggs? A tofu scramble would taste delicious in this recipe. Or use ½ cup of navy beans instead.

75% water-fiber foods – sweet potato, garlic, quinoa, arugula/spinach, beans
25% foods – eggs/tofu, olive oil, dressing

Lentil Mushroom Stew Over "Mashed" Potatoes

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Serve your lentils over mashed potatoes with a side garden salad for a hearty lunch or dinner this week.

75% water-fiber foods – potatoes, lentils, mushrooms, herbs, shallots, tomato paste
25% foods – oil, milk, cheese

Recipe Note: Follow the recipe directions for the potatoes to keep the 25% items in their zone.

Sweet Potatoes with Thai Peanut Sauce

Make it a Full Plate Meal: Serve your Thai sweet potatoes with a side of edamame for an extra boost in fiber. A fresh orange would be quite refreshing for dessert as well.

75% water-fiber foods – sweet potatoes, red cabbage, yellow and red bell peppers, onions, cilantro, edamame, orange
25% foods – peanut butter sauce

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