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Chipotle Sweet Potato Bowls


For reasons that are probably only interesting to me, I’ve been on an anti-inflammatory diet for the past month, and will be on it for the foreseeable future. I don’t expect that it’ll impact this space terribly much (I am going to have to get people to help me eat some of these biscuits though, so get ready Wilmington), but every once in a while I may share a recipe or two from this new lifestyle change over here. And more over here too, if you’re interested.


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Last week I made a variation on our favorite sweet potato bowls by thinly slicing an orange sweet potato and a Japanese white sweet potato into noodles. I cooked these up in my skillet with coconut oil and chipotle, and then topped it with a fried egg (from one of my favorite chickens), green onions, and pepper jack cheese. It was so good, I’ve been researching spiralizers.


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Chipotle Sweet Potato Bowls


serves 4

3 medium size white or orange sweet potatoes

2 tbsp coconut oil

1 tbsp chipotle powder

1/2 tsp sea salt

4 eggs

1 tbsp butter

1/4 cup pepperjack cheese

1/4 cup chopped green onions


Thinly slice potatoes (skin on) into long strips. Heat oil in a pan and toss the sweet potatoes, chipotle and salt in the oil. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, for 15-20 minutes or until the potatoes have softened.


Fry your eggs to your liking in butter and serve on top of the sweet potatoes with cheese and green onion. Enjoy!


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  • Erin

    17.08.2015 at 19:24 Reply

    Ugh! Sorry to hear about the biscuits… BUT these sweet potatoes and egg look amazing. I am a huge spiralizer fan – you might need to jump on the bandwagon. ;-)

  • Rachel @ Simple Seasonal

    17.08.2015 at 19:45 Reply

    Chipotle and sweet potatoes sound like such a delicious combination. Plus topped with an egg! Yum!

  • Laura

    17.08.2015 at 21:54 Reply

    Love the spiralizer for dishes like these (not so keen on pretending zucchini are noodles lol). This looks amazing–and it is awesome what a fried egg can do to a dish?

  • Kristen @ A Mind Full Mom

    18.08.2015 at 04:32 Reply

    Good luck with your anti-inflammatory diet. I love this recipe–for any diet! YUM

  • heather @french press

    18.08.2015 at 06:06 Reply

    I love absolutely everything about these bowls!

  • Kacey @ The Cookie Writer

    18.08.2015 at 07:19 Reply

    I love working with Japanese sweet potato! Definitely find they have a different cooking time. Your recipe looks beautiful; I need to make this!

  • Kaitie Lawlor

    18.08.2015 at 14:04 Reply

    I love this! It’s the perfect recipe even for just one person, and great as a lunch or dinner… heck with the egg it could be breakfast! :)

  • Jennifer Stewart

    18.08.2015 at 17:03 Reply

    This looks like breakfast, lunch, and dinner to me. Anything with an over-medium egg is calling my name! Sweet potatoes are not my favorite but with all the other adornments, I am diving head first!

  • Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen

    19.08.2015 at 01:35 Reply

    These chipotle sweet potatoes and egg look awesome. This looks like a perfect lunch to me. YUMMY!

  • allie @ Through Her Looking Glass

    19.08.2015 at 02:08 Reply

    Dear Elena, This is one of the prettiest dishes ever. I love the varied potato noodles and that favorite chicken’s egg on top. Yum and double yum! Great dish for any time of the day. (or night!)

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