Saucy Chicken and Mashed Sweet Taters

 

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It gives your mouth a spicy, sweet kick. The Creamy Maple Mashed Sweet Potatoes are delicious, but when you top them with spicy blackened chicken, some sweet caramelized onions, and a splash of Worcestershire Sauce on top, it makes this dish a. Mash the potato flesh with the cream cheese, 1/2 cup of the Buffalo chicken and the remaining 1/4 cup Buffalo-style sauce. Stuff the skins with the mashed sweet potatoes, and then top each skin.

This saucy, smoky chicken pairs perfectly with sweet corn and mashed sweet potatoes, too (and you know, a glass of white wine if you’ve had a long day). Too chilly to grill outdoors? Use a grill pan on your stovetop. If you have leftover chicken, chop it up for a Southwestern-style salad or wrap for lunch the next day. Peel and cut sweet potatoes into thin 1/4-inch (5 mm) slices and place in ceramic or glass dish.

Top with chicken thighs, skin side up. Season with salt and pepper. Step two. Stir together 1/4 cup (60 mL) of VH® General Tao Stir-Fry Sauce, brown sugar and ginger. Step three.

Pour sauce over sweet potatoes and chicken. Make mash as before. Season 4 lamb steaks, brown for 5 mins, then remove and keep warm. Soften the onion and garlic, then add 1 tbsp harissa. Stir in the honey, lemo.

Up to20%cash back · While the sweet potatoes cook, place the flour on a plate. Pat the chicken dry with paper towels; season with salt and pepper on both sides. Thoroughly coat the seasoned chicken in the flour (shaking off any excess). In the same pan, heat.

Caramelized sweet potatoes and red onion are the bed for chicken thighs that cook up fast in a very hot oven-perfect for a quick healthy chicken dinner. Serve with a fall salad of mixed greens, sliced apples and blue cheese. Take the sweet potatoes out, flip them all over and then return to the oven and bake another 10 minutes. The edges will start to pull up and crisp slightly.

Remove the wire rack from the sheet. Move the sweet potatoes to a large serving platter or use the baking sheet to serve. Pile the chicken carnitas on to the top of the sweet potatoes.

mashed potatoes, all purpose flour, roast pork, condensed chicken broth and 8 more Cheesy Ham and Mashed Potato Casserole Sweet C’s Designs sharp cheddar cheese, butter, ham, caramelized onions, mashed potatoes and 4 more. There are cinnamonand coriander-spiced boneless chicken thighs, a saucy mixture of shallots, dried pitted plums, and sweet potatoes, plus couscous to soak everything up. Boneless, skinless chicken thighs are extra juicy since they are considered “dark meat,” without needing to rely on skin for richness or flavor.

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Baked Sweet Potatoes with Corn Scoop the meat out from its skin and combine with cooked corn kernels, about 2 tablespoons per potato; butter, about 1 tablespoon per potato; and salt, pepper, and brown sugar (not too much) to taste.

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Sweet potato puddings and casseroles in which the potatoes are cooked and mashed and then mixed with spices yield a different taste, also delicious.

“Southern Food: At Home, on the Road, in History” by John Egerton, Ann Bleidt Egerton
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10 Tomake one serving, combine 1cup chopped cutlet,1 tablespoon ofthebeet puree, 1 tablespoon of the mashed sweet potato, 1/4 cup of the rice, and 1 hard­

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When the stew is about 30 minutes from completion, pre­heat oven to 400°, line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper, spread out the sweet potatoes and smashed garlic, drizzle with remaining oil, and season with Cajun spices.

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As a variation on this recipe, try sweet potato and peas or sweet potato and spinach.

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Add the potatoes, toss to mix well with the onions, and salt to taste; continue to cook until softened, but not browned.

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Add remaining sweet potato ingredients except salt and pepper; mix well.

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Top with the cooked vegetables and cream sauce; gently stir to combine.

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Preheat oven to 375°F. In 2-quart saucepan, melt To saucepot with sweet potatoes, add milk, salt, and margarine over medium heat; add onion and cook until remaining 3 tablespoons margarine.

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Stir shredded chicken, microwaved potatoes, and parsley into sauce and season with salt and pepper to taste.

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  • This came out excellent, even without any measurements. Surely a cooking video made for men with minimal instructions and a minute and a half video for two dishes. Unbelievable flavor.

  • Can somebody please help me? How did he get his marinade so liquidy? When I stirred my marinade it was very dry. The only different thing I did was substitute coriander seeds for coriander powder because I don’t have seeds. Do you think this is the reason why it didn’t work out? Thanks so much

  • These mashed sweet potatoes are so delicious… I’ve made this dish so many times for thanksgiving. My friends and family loves them��

  • So funny sitting up there teasing us my stomach’s in a pig rounding and her faster but I’m holding my bounds though love laughing and you look nice you did a good job girl you always do a good job I’ll be laughing too sometime

  • If you make this, don’t use undiluted chicken stock or the potatoes become damn salty even if you don’t add salt. And if your pork chops are not super thick, you don’t need to put it in the oven, or it will be dry.

  • Some say olive oil isnt the best oil for high temperature cooking.
    Gordon uses it for everything it seems.
    Should it be unrefined/virgin/extra/what?

  • Gordon doesnt have time to watch youtube, yet he knows exactly what we fucking want… quick easy… didnt skip any steps… didnt add his fucking story about he woke up this morning and bought a paper from the local market or some bull shit. HE CUTS THE BULLSHIT. Perfection.

  • People have a right to thumbs down. We are not communist. But Gina is one of my favorite Youtubers. I have used her recipes. Stop worrying about haters and give her thumbs up and support her channel.

  • Me:*watches this and forgets to turn off Bluetooth*
    Mom:*hears*
    Mom:what the
    mom:*goes to my bedroom and looks at my screen* ohhhhhhh

  • Music: Yeah, Girl, late at night you know you want me to make you some of them smooth, smooth sweet potatoes. Mmm. Spreading that creamy goodness on a plate just for you. You know you want it.

  • Good day buddy. This is a very interesting video that we will like to share on Dangi Foods social media network in our bid to making potato a staple here in Nigeria.

    We seek your express permission to do so. Many thanks in anticipation of your approval

  • I was with her under the brown sugar. 1/2 cup? I put that much into a whole cake. That being said, might try this recipe without the sugar and with maybe roaster sweet potatoes, why not

  • I made the chicken for my family tonight. They enjoyed it very much. I made mine without cayenne pepper and substituted the fresh parsley with fresh coriander. Thanks from Connecticut.

  • Good day. We run a food processing company here in Nigeria. We seek your permission to share this video on our social media networks as it will help promote this diet in our country. This will benefit us a whole lot. We await your express approval. Many thanks

  • would never have thought bananas and orange going together with sweet potatoes. but i will try it. seems delicious what i saw. thanks for posting.

  • Banana and chicken stock?…sorry just no. I use either brown sugar or maple syrup, butter, heavy cream, salt and pepper. That’s it. Oh and some cinnamon. I promise you its sooo good!

  • I don’t believe Rachael really enjoys cooking. She might as well have added puréed hot dogs & hamburgers too. What did this chick smoke before they started filming?

  • Steam those sweet potatoes in a pressure cooker. Use handmixer to whip those sweet potatoes into shape. Then sprinkle brown sugar or drizzle maple syrup on top with some butter. No brown sugar in the potatoes at all.

  • Hi hope you are having a great day that meal looks wonderful and I see you are really enjoying it more recipes for me to try ii I am going to try to find your Maggie forgot the name of the seasoning this is one of the most colorful meals I’ve seen in a while love you girlfriend

  • OMG!!! This recipe, as vague as it is, if you follow the many clues you will go NUTS over how completely delicious this combination of flavors and textures really delivers in the end!!!!!! I am not a great cook, call me a novice at best, I followed Ramsey’s sentiment of where he was going and right off the bat..AN INCREDIBLE home run…ON MY FIRST TIME EVER COOKING PORK….and I am 62 years old!!!
    I really hope a lot of people will give this a try!!!
    As far as I am concerned, Gordon Ramsey is Chef par Excellence!!!’ He really knows flavors combined with textures right down to the dime!!! My opinion, he is the GREATEST CHEF in modern times!!’ THANK YOU RAMSEY!!!!!! Thank

  • I’ve been making mashed sweet potatoes since I was 11. I’ve always hated sweet potatoes because I don’t like the whole sweet aspect of them and everybody always wants to add sugar and gross things to it. I make the best mashed sweet potatoes just buy cooking them and chicken stock then you strain them and mash them with some butter and cream cheese and throw some bacon bits in there. It’s the best thing ever. Even my boyfriend who is 44 who has refused to eat anything sweet potato in the last 10 years loves my sweet potatoes. The key is to treat them like normal potatoes and when you have to add any kind of water or boil them always use chicken broth or beef broth or vegetable broth it makes them rich without making them taste like candy which to me is disgusting. I refuse to add any kind of sweetness especially sugar to sweet potatoes. I’m not going to pour chocolate sauce on top of steak so why would I add sugar to potatoes

  • What’s the name of the spice between the paprika and salt?
    Black pepper, paprika,????, salt.
    I couldn’t get that no matter how many times I watched this video. Can anyone write it down please?

  • FYI you can definitely tell there is banana in there. It’s not a bad thing, it tastes good, but you can instantly identify it and it might not pair well with your main course. 

  • You have the best cooking show ever hands down. I love the fact that you travel now and put a spin on their dishes. And shout out to your camera n sound crew plus editor. Well down by you n your crew. Looking forward to a new series����

  • I would season the chicken with a Knorr chicken stock cube but still use the spices, garlic, onion, herb, tomato purée, and lemon.

  • I love Rachel ���� so much but this sweet potato recipe is very new sugar and soup!!! And I didn’t see end of recipe… OK… Sure it looks a delicious dish ������

  • I love Jamie but I’ve never forgiven him for the day he literally came to my school and took away all the tasty food, he left us with nothing but diet food, I want my Chocolate and cakes back, I left school 10 years ago but it still hurts

  • Good day. We run a food processing company here in Nigeria. We seek your permission to share this video on our social media networks as it will help promote this diet in our country. This will benefit us a whole lot. We await your express approval. Many thanks.

  • Omg its awesome definitely going to learn cooking and become a cook:) ( halfway there just need to understand the different ingredients and how they work)

  • this is a lot helpful for me as a cullinary student here in Philippines but I have a little request to my favorite Chef Jamie can you put all the ingredients?�� please.. so that I can practice and presents your recipes.. thanks a lot.

  • I tried this exact recipe myself and pretty much copied everything he did in the video. Even though I forgot the tomato puree, it turned out great. Absolutely exploding with flavor. I had always been apprehensive about cooking chicken on high heat, but if you dress the chicken with olive oil first and don’t put any oil in the pan, the chicken cooks fast and is tender and moist

  • You can never convince me that tiny pinch of salt is enough to season that whole chicken breast. Idk what it is about European chefs but I always notice they use the smallest amount of salt. Pay attention to the salt application on any of Jamie’s videos or really anyone on food tube like Donal Skehan or the food busker. Never seems like enough salt to me. If u watch American chefs like food wishes or matty Matheson (Canadian) seriously use double the amount of salt European chefs do. I think I’m going crazy cuz I can never find any comments on how jamie doesn’t use enough salt

  • Good day buddy. This is a very interesting video that we will like to share on Dangi Foods social media network in our bid to making potato a staple here in Nigeria.

    We seek your express permission to do so. Many thanks in anticipation of your approval

  • Wowww this is sooo good! Just made it, eating it right now. I LOVE this recipe! I’ve always disliked the cinnamon and/or brown sugar version of mashed sweet potatoes. I used to think I just don’t like sweet potatoes then. So I can’t believe right now, for the first time I’m enjoying these mashed sweet potatoes! The garlic, parm, sour cream add such fantastic flavor. I feel more like I’m eating regular mashed potatoes this way. I just don’t like sweet things in general, so I’m so happy I found this recipe.

  • I really enjoy how you describe the why part, many other chef just tell you do this but you go further. It made me a better chef. cheeeeers

  • Skip cutting, we know how hard that is if your hands hurt from old age. Steam whole till tender and add the rest and mix. Can’t tell the difference

  • Simple, easy, directo to the point. I really enjoyed the non-condescending way you explain everything. Very approachable for beginners like me. Thanks

  • Thank you for great videos:)
    I would like to know tips for cooking for many people. Daily I cook for 2-3, but when it comes to cooking for 8-10 people, I stressed out sometimes. Kitchen suddenly becomes too small and sink piles up so fast…

  • I could hug this guy-he’s definitely passionate about food, makes me trust him. While I love brown sugar, I’ve had good luck with honey or maple syrup-a drizzle at a time, otherwise the rest of the seasonings are what I’ve been missing from my mashed sweet potatoes-thank you!

  • The recipe it’s delicious
    To add the banana was fabulous
    I didn’t add the orange zest just the juice and used coconut sugar instead brown sugar and sprinkle some chives at the end. Love it ��
    I definitely will do again
    Thank you x ����������������

  • This looks soo delicious! Do the steamer baskets come in different sizes? I guesstimated your pot to be about 10″ wide, mine is larger. I will try this, thanks.

  • Ya know what? Add a few lightbulbs to the pot. Mash ‘em up real nice. You’re not gonna taste ’em. No one’s gonna know. Just go ahead and add ‘em. Give the dish some texture!

  • Gordon:

    Hot pan. OLIVE OIL.
    Pork chop. OLIVE OIL.
    Spices. OLIVE OIL.
    Sweet potato. OLIVE OIL.

    OLIVE OIL with pork and olive oiled sweet potato?

    DONE.

  • Why steam them and not roast them? It dries them out more and makes them want to absorb more fat and make them more creamy and taste better

  • thanks Gina, once again. You are an amazing person. I always feel happier and blessed after watching your videos. You are so bubbly, and smiling all the time. Just love the prayers. Take care. your new home looks beautiful.

  • What is wrong with these people who give him thumbs down? How could anyone give this man a bad review? You’re Awesome Thomas.��������

  • I vote for roasting them. Adds a nice depth to offset the sweetness of the potatoes. And NO marshmallows, please! Toasted, buttered and salted pecans on top…yes!

  • Made your cube steak and gravy for dinner and it was so delicious. In fact so good that I am trying this too. My chicken I is in the oven now. It is 1030 pm but I couldn’t wait to try this too. Thank you so much.

  • God Bless you Gina for making these videos. I just found your channel yesterday and can’t stop watching. I had to subscribe. You have a beautiful personality, food looks absolutely amazing. I was looking for something different to cook, love your recipes.
    Thanks for making these videos, never stop Girl!!

  • Gina…I made the Roasted chicken and mashed yams just like you said…whoah delicious finger licking good. Yep juicy too did it Gina Young style��

  • Love your channel!! Thank you so much for washing your hands after each time you touch the chicken!! I would love to see you record your Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners!!

  • Hi Gina!!! Thank you for the all the love that you put into every dish that you prepare, and how you so easily bring us along with you from beginning to the last bite! My love and prayers are with you always!!! Keep cooking girlfriend, i am looking forward to what you do in your new kitchen!!!! Thank you for the new house tour!! Love you!!!

  • Girl you had bad badddddddd. I’m sitting in front of you tube like Gina is the best music!!!! Your food looks awesome. Your husband happy to have u and I don’t blame him. Girllllllllllll sweet potato YUMMY YUM YUM.

  • Spoiling the sweet potato with milk…:-(
    How much water do you use for steaming? Do you keep an eye on it if it evaporates before it should?

  • Gina that ooks so yummy omg my mouth is watering n my belly is grumbling that looks sooooooo gud I am def ganna make this i have made allot of whole chickens in my day but your looked so gud I will b trying it your way thanku Gina

  • HEY GINA I MADE THIS TODAY I DIDNT HAVE MAGGIES SO I USED CHICKEN BOUILLON POWDER I ONLY MADE THE CHICKEN IT WAS AMAZING AND JUICY ��������������

  • Gina’ recipes are excellent, but you do have to remember ladies, she 3 thousand likes so 106 thumbs down is nothing by comparison!

  • GOD DAY MRS.GINA! I JUST WATCHED YOUR VIDEO OF THE ROASTED CHICKEN �� SWEET POTATO ���� AND MUKBANG ��!!! SCRUMPTIOUS!!! Oooh Weee HAHAHA!!!! I’M INTO LEARNING HOW TO MAKE FOOD �� DIFFERENT EVEN THOUGH I’M NOT AT MY OWN PLACE BECAUSE I LIVE IN A NURSING HOME FACILITY I WANT TO SHARE �� YOUR RECIPES �� TO THE COOKS OR CHIEFS IN THE KITCHEN ��!!!! I JUST LOVE YOUR ENTHUSIASM ❤️!!! I WANT TO KNOW ALL THE FOOD �� YOU COOK AT THAT TIME �� DO YOU INVITE GUEST �� OR FRIENDS OVER �� TO HELP WITH THE REMAINING AMOUNT ��!!!! HAHAHA!!!! YOU COOK A LARGE AMOUNT �� OF SERVINGS ��!!! YOU HAVE MY MOUTH SMACKING AND LICKING MY LIPS BECAUSE I WANT TO TASTE �� YOUR FOOD ��!!! YOU ARE OUT-OF-SIGHT!!!! GO GIRL �� I LOVE IT ��!!! AMEN ��✨✨✨✨��

  • Thank you for keeping this simple I ran into one vid where the guy forbid boiling the sweet potatoes because he said they would be too watery��. But your method was just fine��

  • Hi Gina,
    So glad I found your channel. I normally hate cooking because I didn’t know what I was doing, but I am enjoying cooking your recipes! But where do I buy this Maggie Pollo?

  • I remember about 17 or so years ago I tried baking a whole chicken. I don’t remember coating the outside with butter and it’s a good thing that I didn’t because the outside was getting done way faster than the inside. I actually had to throw it away because if i cooked it any longer the skin on the outside would have burned and the inside was still practically raw. I consider myself a good cook (much better now than then but I was decent back in those days). I still don’t know what I did wrong and to this day I have never tried baking a whole chicken again.

  • Gina Young you have a fan. When i want to know how to make something i just check with you first. Happy holidays to you and your family!!!

  • I describe to your channel you and my mom show me a lot of ways to cook really tasty good keep cooking put a smile on my face love your shows.

  • You are so cute your hair is pretty.I love you.You have the joy of the Lord and the Holy Spirit in you.You are just a beautiful person inside and out.God gave you a great �� gift to be and awedome cook.I thought you had been to Culinary School you are such a great cook.You are a blessing to all of us that wants to learn new things.Im 57 still learning my mom and grandmothers was awesome cooks I learned from them.love ya!❤������

  • Mrs Gina
    What store do you get the sazon dose Walmart have it cos I want to try it. And I look at Walmart but couldn’t fine it. So will it be where the spices are or the Mexican area

  • Miss Gina…I’m so mad at you!!! I can’t cook.�� I’ve been watching & saving your videos. I just watched you make smashed sweet potatoes & an oven roasted chicken. I so wanna make that. I’m serious when I say I can’t cook. I pay attention to one dish at a time. If I was making them all at the same time, I’m telling you, my kids & my neighbors would be calling in the men with the white coats to take me away. I have no patience. �� I’m so serious! So I’m gonna push forward & start trying your recipes. Oh, I said I was mad at you because I went to your “about” section on your page…Hilliard Ohio…really? I live between you & Dayton. Used to live in Canal Winchester. But I was like, you’re so close. I told my, �� sometimes husband, that I had found a couple of places in Dayton that gave cooking classes & we could make it a date night, (he’s from D.C. & can throw down in the kitchen…1/2 the stuff I’ve never heard of but same goes for him, most of what I cook, he’s never heard of). You should give cooking classes, you shouldn’t keep all this to yourself. I guarantee I’ll follow your recipe to the T & I’ll still mess it up. Keep on doing what you’re doing neighbor & know that I watch your videos as if they are one of the “stories” my grandmother used to watch.��

  • Your mukbang showed up in my feed, and I must say you look and sound like Jill Scott!!!! Beautiful!!!! Looking forward to seeing more meals.

  • Mrs. Gina I am 62 and cooking for me is like my passion. Two years ago I became disabled and my life totally changed. I have a severe head trama and had to learn to walk and write again but I never became stable in my walking and had to use a walker. I became very depressed because I was unable to stand or move around the kitchen to prepare meals. I was also unable to Drive as well. I was in the hospital for 3 months and my first year I was in and out of the hospital 8 times and my last stay my Dr sent me to a rehab center it was a new place. It was the best thing that ever happened to me. They helped me with some great things such as cooking but in a different way

  • I enjoy watching you cook, you really put the love in every dish. And your love of our Heavenly Father is always present. You bring me joy. Praise the Lord!

  • HELLO MS GINA I’M MS CHARLIE MAE I’M SO GLAD I COME ACROSS YOUR CHANNEL BECAUSE I HAVE ARTHRITIS REAL BAD AND I CAN’T COOK LIKE I WANT TO ANYMORE AND I’M GLAD YOU HAVE SOME MEAL THAT DON’T TAKE TO LONG TO COOK AND VERY EASY TO MAKE THANK MS GINA!.

  • did he say 8 to 9 min at 200 degrees? how’s that at all possible, usually it’s like 350 degrees for like 30 min. Something is not right in this video

  • The differentiator between you and most is that you are true to the name…you are teaching not only how to cook but how to cook in a kitchen…I appreciate that soooo much

  • Gina I love watching you cook, you are a beautiful person and have such a beautiful voice… I am a vegan but everything you cooked today looks really good especially them sweet potatoes lol! And may God continue to Bless You With This Wonderful Gift He Has Given You!!!

  • it looks amazing the Boston chicken. family time is great you are at home with your chicken thats even better eating thanks for the recipes

  • Well that really made my mouth water… and since I’m not having any sweet potatoes, I’m gonna go for regular one right now!!! Yum yum yum!!!

  • You don’t have to tell me what it taste like, I love everything on that plate, especially those sweet potatoes, I love sweet potatoes, I bake mind with nothing on it, love love them.��

  • My dulce de leche is always so grainy and crystallized, what can i do to prevent that and is there any specific kind of milk to use? thank you ❤️

  • Hello The Stay At Home Chef…….thank you for video……you answered one question regarding using Yams……..my other questions is the butter you used is “salted” butter or “unsalted” butter??..i always buy unsalted butter since most foods I used it on already contains sodium….and….the milk you used is regular cow whole milk??…or….sweetened Carnation milk can??….thank you

  • This recipe is an absolute KEEPER‼️��‼️��‼️��‼️��‼️��‼️T H A N K— Y O U so ��VERY MUCH��‼️. These CINNAMON -HONEY-BUTTER-SWEET-POTATOES make my SWEETIE-PIE-HUSBAND purrrrrrr��❤️

  • I think you can serve cinnamon honey butter on a shoe. It’s that good.

    I wonder is you could build that into a pie.
    Hmmmm….. Chef?��