Whole30 Recipe: Sweet Potato Rice

I posted a picture of one of my Whole30 meals on Facebook earlier this week that included Sweet Potato Rice.  People were intrigued, so I promised to post a video tutorial on how to make it using my new favorite, must-have kitchen toolThe Spiralizer.

I should mention, I mistakenly bought a knock-off version of The Spiralizer.  It does great with zucchini noodles, but I have to woman-handle it when spiralizing sweet potatoes (as you’ll see in the video).  Buy the real deal.  Speaking of the video, this is my first attempt at a Vlog post.  As you can tell by electronics plugged in throughout the kitchen, empty lunchboxes waiting to be filled, etc., I didn’t put a whole lot of effort into tidying up the place for this epic event.  My videographer (um…husband) also seemed a bit under enthusiastic at the task-at-hand.  Having said that, it does provide a good idea of how quick and easy it is to make sweet potato rice.  Even if he refused to let me do retakes.

As with most of my cooking, I make a helluva lot at once.  Go big or go home.  Just be sure to add the spiralized sweet potatoes to your food processor in small batches.

So here goes:

Sweet Potato Rice
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Ingredients
  • 3 Large Sweet Potatoes (Yams)
  • ¼ Cup Mushroom Broth (or Bone Broth)
Instructions
  1. Peel and spiralize sweet potatoes.
  2. Pulse the spiralized sweet potatoes in a food processor until they are the consistency of rice.
  3. Microwave covered for 4 minutes until tender.

For other great recipes and creative ways to use The Spiralizer check out InspiralizedNow that girl knows how to Vlog…and she has a clean kitchen too!

Happy, Clean Eating!

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