Spread for Flatbread from Sweet Potatoes

In process: preparing Spread for flatbread with sweet potato

Appetizer

Enjoy: Spread for Flatbread with Sweet Potato

SERVES4
EQUIPMENTimmersion blender (optional)
Passive time30
Active time5
TOTAL TIME35

Ingredients

EU / US
Sweet potato, medium size2
Olive oil2-3 Tbsp
Leek1/3
Olives, pittedhandful

Directions

  1. Preheat an oven to 150 C / 300 F, fan mode
  2. Cut peeled sweet potato into 1/3 inch (~1 cm) round slices, spread on a parchment paper and bake for around 20 min or till cooked, then cool it down for at least 10 min
  3. Meanwhile, cut leek and olives
  4. Mash sweet potato using a blender or a fork, add leek and olives
  5. Spread on a flatbread of your choice
Spread for flatbread with sweet potato – ready to go!

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