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Chef David Bishop teaches how to prepare a sweet potato casserole recipe.
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Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe
Hi. This is Chef Dave Bishop from the Chef to You. Welcome to my kitchen. Today I’d like to show you how to make this Sweet Potato Casserole.
The ingredients we’re using today, I’ve got divided them into two sections. We got one cup of sugar, one stick of butter, ½ cup of fresh milk, ½ teaspoon of salt, one teaspoon of vanilla, two eggs, we got three medium sweet potatoes. They’ve been cooked, peeled and diced. What we got on the side, this is our topping. We have one cup of brown sugar, 1/3 cup of flour, 1/3 cup of butter, and one cup of pecans.
Let’s go and start our sweet potato filling. We got our sweet potatoes in bowl, our sugar, butter, two eggs, our salt, vanilla, and our milk. We’ll take the electric mixer or if you want to do this by hand, we’re going to mix this to as nice fluffy.
That looks good and mixed, let’s go and put it in our casserole dish. We’re going to put this in an 8x11 casserole dish. This been sprayed with some pan.
Let’s go and spread out nice and even and let’s go and make our topping. For our topping we put our brown sugar in, flour, our pecans, and we’ll stir this separately well—nice and blended and then mix our butter.
At this point you really need to use your hand so you can blend it bought up right up really well with this brown sugar and the flour and the nuts. They’re nice even coating.
It’s nice and blended. Now our sweet potato casserole it goes. Put it on even and out, all the way across. As I said this is the fun and delicious part of this casserole.
Put this on the pre-heated, 350 degree oven for 30 to 35 minutes.
That Sweet Potato Casserole right off the oven. Let’s take a look at it—nice golden- brown, fluffed up really nice with the eggs. I recommend you give it about 10 to 15 minutes, let it sit before you go ahead and play it. Take a nice big scoop and put out on the plate and see what we have here.
What a beautiful dish with our roasted pecans and brown sugar and sweet potatoes at the bottom. Let me tell you, the holidays, just move over turkey—this is going to take Santa’s place.
This is Chef Dave Bishop, thanks for watching today. Visit me on the web at fromthecheftoyou.com. May God bless.