Great low GI salads using sweet potatoes / kumara mixed with a range of other root vegetables or leafy salad greens.
This salad is so hearty it can be served as a light main. It has a really nice combination of roasted sweet potato, rocket, roasted red capsicum, olives and fetta. Dress with balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
Beetroot and sweet potato roasted with onion, garlic, salt and pepper. A really special but easy side dish for a roast or even just as a warm salad with haloumi.
Chicken and kumara (sweet potatoes) are served on a bed of vegetables with pineapple salsa on top. A riot of tastes!
Made this the other night because we wanted greens but didn’t want all the salad to be cold. Therefore the grilled tomatoes and steamed kumara. It all went together really well.
Roast sweet potato combined with onions, grapes and coriander leaves. Served with a dressing of balsamic vinegar, maple syrup, orange juice and cinnamon.
This is a great way to serve sweet potatoes or kumara, as a warm sweet potato salad drizzled with hot vinaigrette, onion, bacon, celery and herbs.
This kumara salad is hearty enough for a main dish but is not loaded with sugar or butter. The bacon, mustard and vinegar give it a a nice tang and the mayonnaise rounds out the flavour.
On average, one medium sweet potato provides more than 100 per cent of the Recommended Dietary Intake (RDI) for vitamin A and about 80 per cent of the RDI for vitamin C.
This quick and easy salad has a sweet potato fried in olive oil then served on top of a bed of lettuce, cucumber and rocket. Tastes great with honey mustard.
Serve this yummy salad all year round. The taste of sweet potato is amazing, plus you tickle the taste buds with the chipotle aioli dressing.