I want to thank everyone who visited my blog, and also Joy’s blog, yesterday and especially so for all your warm birthday greetings. You have made my day very, very special indeed. This must be my best birthday so far. I must say it’s really awesome to receive so many birthday greetings from around the world. Blogging has indeed added so much fun and meaning to my life, especially making so many wonderful friends around.
Well, you may be interested to know what I ate yesterday. I had a great time at home. My children made heart-shaped pikelets for me for brunch. Of course I had them dripping with condensed milk…mmm…fabulous! Then for dinner, it was again one of my favourites……sweet potatoes! I made baked Cajun sweet potato wedges to go with lamb chop with the most beautiful creamy mustard sauce prepared by my children. Also, a quick stir fried bok choy, another one of my favourites, to go with it. That was one of my best meals so far.
Sweet potatoes are such a healthy and delicious tuber which I’ll never get tired of. I was very touched when Shirley from http://enrichingyourkid.blogspot.com sent me 3 lovely sweet potato recipes for Valentine’s Day! That’s so sweet of her. I’ll have to try them one day. However, cooking Cajun way is an inspiration from Drick at http://dricksramblingcafe.blogspot.com. He has many mouth-watering dishes using Cajun seasoning. So I thought I must try it on my sweet potatoes. Sounds weird to try it on sweet potatoes but then I wanted something different. To avoid any complains I baked some normal potatoes with the Cajun seasonings too. Well, they came out very delicious. I liked them very much.
My Baked Cajun Sweet Potato Wedges are very easy to make. The recipe is very simple.
Peel the sweet potatoes first and then cut into wedges. Sprinkle with some salt, brown sugar, some Cajun seasoning and some oil.
Mix them well and lay them in a layer on a paper-lined baking tray and bake in a preheated oven at 200 degrees Celsius for about 20 minutes. Serve hot. They are healthy and delicious.
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Other sweet potato recipes that you may be interested in:
Sweet Potato Jam
Sweet Potato Balls For Dessert
Sweet Potato Tortoise-shaped Chinese Dessert (Angku)
Sweet Potato Donuts
Popular Malaysian Dessert (Bubur Cha Cha)
Sweet Potato Cake
Healthy, Humble, Sweet Potatoes
Steamed Sweet Potato Jam Pudding
Pan Fried Sweet Potatoes
Curried Sweet Potato Chips
Quote of the day……
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