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Sweet Potato (Thanksgiving Dessert Recipe) スイートポテト 作り方 感謝祭のレシピ

Mitch Gomez

March 24, 2015




Ingredients for Sweet Potato (serves 4)
2 Sweet Potatoes (gross weight 500g/1.10 lbs, net weight 300g/0.66 lbs)
50g Sugar (1.76 oz)
20g Butter (0.71 oz)
60ml Dairy Cream (0.254 u.s. cup)
1 Egg Yolk
1/2 tbsp Rum
A Few Drops of Vanilla Extract

1 Egg Yolk for Gloss Finish
1/2 tsp Water
Black Sesame Seeds

** Note: Reduce the microwave time to 3 minutes on each side of the potatoes for a full sized American microwave. The microwave we use (500 watt) also works as a conventional oven. Cook sweet potatoes in a microwave for the first time. Then bake them at 400 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius) in a conventional oven.

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Category: Japanese Recipe

BanditClod
- 5 Years ago

10 minutes in the microwave dried the crap out of my sweet potatoes, I
guess it varies appliance to appliance. 

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ignas2526
- 5 Years ago

I love the definition of “simple” in Japanese culture.

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Catalina Noexisto
- 5 Years ago

Francis your voice sounds really horrible 🙁

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AutumnMood
- 5 Years ago

I got bored while eating my sweet potato and searched sweet potato…here
we are lol

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TheTranceCartel
- 5 Years ago

How is it Japanese make better Thanksgiving food than Americans

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irish123adam
- 5 Years ago

Seohyun would enjoy this

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Tron Ng
- 5 Years ago

Francis has definitely improved his intonation over the years 🙂

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Metqa
- 5 Years ago

@Theroha the measurements are always at the end of the video and in the
description, but since you missed it here it is: 2 Sweet Potatoes (gross
weight 500g/1.10 lbs, net weight 300g/0.66 lbs) 50g Sugar (1.76 oz) 20g
Butter (0.71 oz) 60ml Dairy Cream (0.254 u.s. cup) 1 Egg Yolk 1/2 tbsp Rum
A Few Drops of Vanilla Extract 1 Egg Yolk for Gloss Finish 1/2 tsp Water
Black Sesame Seeds

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KuroHime27
- 5 Years ago

I think as time went by this lady looks younger and younger

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Supa Jupa
- 5 Years ago

Poor francis sounds sick!

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xChocoChan
- 5 Years ago

Francis has two different voice actors.

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Danisa Mishima
- 5 Years ago

i did. they dont have them :'(

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Theroha
- 5 Years ago

@Koaandl I read the description over and over for five minutes. It just has
the amounts of each ingredient used. That’s not a recipe; it’s just a
shopping list.

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Eloy Carranza Jr.
- 5 Years ago

That poodle is evil I tell ya!

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TetrixJ
- 5 Years ago

Its so amazing to see the style of your videos haven’t changed over these
many years! cheers to the old recopies and for the future ones to come!

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LadyoftheDreamless14
- 5 Years ago

My dad would hate this… He doesnt think that vegetables should be
desserts. I however, think this looks pretty yummy.

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Ty T.
- 5 Years ago

I made this as a snack to eat with coffee a few weeks ago, and it was
great. I’ll definitely make it again. Thanks for all your great recipes!

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DrNomadEater
- 5 Years ago

Aluminum foil on microwave? Wow Japanese tech is really lightyears ahead!

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Narnendil
- 5 Years ago

Help! What am I doing wrong if no matter how long I have it on the stow, it
just never gets firm and shapeable? It’s still just like mashed potatoes..
:(

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Witti015
- 5 Years ago

I am from Germany and don’t know what “dairy cream” is. Never heard of it
before. Can i use normal whipped cream?

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aly 274
- 5 Years ago

This is making me hungry. Looks so good.:)

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chuynching
- 5 Years ago

orange sweet potatoes are the best variety. 🙂

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Georgia Andrea
- 5 Years ago

Ah yes. I know that but from the video she weighed the potatoes after they
were scooped out from the skin. So that’s why I thought it’s a bit
incomprehensible. Anyways, thanks.

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Kitty B
- 5 Years ago

That doesn’t… LOOK like sweet potato?

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LadyKatyRae
- 5 Years ago

because the recipe is written for a set weight of potato. so if you have
more than the recipe calls for, you need to know how to scale the recipe.

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