Here is something we regularly throw together for a quick meal. It's only three ingredients but a wonderful combination of flavors.
Take some large sweet potatoes and slice in half lengthwise. Put them on a foil lined baking sheet (they'll mess up an unlined pan while baking). Roast in the oven at 400 degrees for about 20 to 25 minutes, or until fork tender.
We make it easy by using a precooked rotisserie chicken available in the grocery store. Just shred the chicken and put it in a pan on the stovetop.
Add enough BBQ sauce to your liking. We used about 2/3 of an average size bottle of good sauce. KCMasterpiece makes an all natural sauce we love...no high fructose corn syrup, just good old fashioned sugar. Heat until bubbling.
|BBQ Chicken over Sweet Potato|
Place your roasted sweet potatoes cut side up on a plate, fluff the potato a bit with a fork, top with several spoonfuls of the BBQ chicken mixture and sprinkle on a few chopped green onions. That's all, it's ready to eat! The BBQ chicken combines well with the flavor of the sweet potato and we had ours with a green salad on the side.