After tasting the amazing flavor combo of tangy goat cheese, fresh sage and sweet potatoes, you’ll be even more pleased that this beautiful, 21 Day Fix – approved side dish was SO easy to make!
This is a fixified version of a dish that I’ve been making for many years now. Well, truth-be-told, I’d actually “fixified” it after the first time I made it (not that that was a thing then, but you get my point). I searched all over the interweb today in hopes of finding the original recipe (and, therefore, it’s author) so I could give credit where it’s due, but alas, I was unsuccessful. Like I said, I’ve had this one for a long time.
Anyway, the first time I made it, we all loved the combination of flavors, but the recipe called for frying the sage in butter and then pouring the butter over everything. I know, sounds pretty freaking good, right?! I’m not saying it wasn’t, but I had a feeling that eliminating that part of it wouldn’t make much of a difference flavor-wise and would obviously be much better for us. It was fantastic, and actually I liked the butter-less version better because it wasn’t greasy at all, but it still had all of that great flavor. Plus I found that I liked the taste of fresh sage better than fried sage, but, hey, maybe that’s just me!
Thought for the day: If you aren’t already roasting your veggies, it’s time to start! I can’t tell you how many veggies my kids will eat roasted that they wouldn’t eat in other ways, like raw or steamed. There might even be a vegetable or two out there that you may come to love that you never thought you would 🙂
**Note: As of this moment, a few parts of the recipe below aren’t saving into the recipe program. I don’t know why, I’ll have to contact the company, but I’m out of town right now, so it’s probably not happening. I’ll do my best to get this corrected as soon as I get home!
Here’s what’s missing:
- Serving Size: 1/2 cup potatoes, 2 1/2 tbs goat cheese, 1 tbs sage
- Calories: 160
- Fat: 8 grams
- Container Equivalents: 1 YELLOW, 1/2 BLUE