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Shredded Yams and Carob
Scott Hagnas | August 1 2012



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Here is a new spin on yams. I like this as part of a post-training meal.

Time: 15 minutes

• 1 yam (sweet potato)
• 2 tsp coconut oil
• carob powder to taste (cocoa powder will work, too)
• sea salt

Peel your yam while bringing the coconut oil to medium heat. Use the potato peeler to shred the yam into your skillet, or you can always use a food processor. Be careful peeling once the yam becomes small!

Sauté the yam until it softens, then add the carob and salt. You may need to add a dash of water as well. Sauté for a couple more minutes until all of the yams are soft, then serve. You can also chill this recipe and serve later.

Nutritional info: 1 serving at 46g carb, 9g fat.
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2 Comments
Femato 1 | 2014-01-24
The salad sounds so light and renrfshieg and I love the combination of sweet potato with thyme and tofu I don't think I ever would have thought to combine these. Thanks so much for sharing with Made with Love Mondays (and please remember to provide a link back to the challenge page when submitting recipes to Made with Love Mondays)
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