This Recipe Has Moved (Microwave "Baked" Sweet Potato)

Delicious Microwave Sweet Potato ♥ A Veggie Venture, how to microwave a whole sweet potato.
How to cook a sweet potato in the microwave. It's quick-quick and easy, whether for a fast at-home or office-kitchen lunch or a vegetable for supper.

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Delicious Microwave Sweet Potato.

Waaay back in 2005, I experimented with one of those microwave-able sweet potatoes, all clean and wrapped in plastic. It was a hot, tasty, healthful food that moved from the fridge to microwave to the table in a matter of 10 minutes.

But here's the thing. You don't need some special microwave-able sweet potato "product". You just need a whole sweet potato and a microwave!

So check out the new recipe for microwaving a standard sweet potato, Delicious Microwave Sweet Potato. It's just as easy, just as fast and wayyyy cheaper.

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A Veggie Venture is home of "veggie evangelist" Alanna Kellogg and the famous asparagus-to-zucchini Alphabet of Vegetables.


  1. Can't believe you made a post of the EXACT information I was looking for. Fantastic :]

  2. All sweet potatoes are microwaveable; they don't have to be pre-wrapped. Another good way to keep them is to bake them (the right way: in the oven) in foil and just plunk them in the freezer after they cool. They re-heat very easily for individual servings later on. For more info go to the Louisiana Yam Commission’s website. They have lots of recipes and ideas.


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