Ali Maffucci’s Sweet Potato Skin Nachos + Inspiralizer Giveaway
May 11, 2018

Ali Maffucci's Sweet Potato Skin Nachos | The Full Helping

星期五快乐!我感觉甜春的气候和我妈妈的生日庆祝前几天几天的提振;它是这样一个礼物,开拓出一个特殊的夜晚她。我很高兴能成为我的朋友阿里的新食谱分享这美味的食谱红薯皮玉米片,Inspiralized & Beyond

I’ve known Ali through blogging for years now, and I’ve always appreciated her enthusiastic, yet totally down-to-earth and relatable approach to healthful cooking and eating. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Ali’s work, she’s known for being the creator of the Inspiralizer, which is the type of spiralizer I use at home, and theInspiralized website

阿里是能够通过使用spiralized蔬菜基地作为她的膳食的一部分,以提高自己的健康,而她过去的食谱(我已经写他们两个,威廉app这里这里)一直充满创意,启发,spiralizer饭菜。近年来阿里的食谱变得更具包容性:她仍然经常sWilliam Hill网球piralizes,但她的主要目标是展示蔬菜有趣的和意想不到的方式。

Ali Maffucci's Sweet Potato Skin Nachos | The Full Helping

Her new book,Inspiralized & Beyond, is dedicated to that goal. The subtitle is “spiralize/chop/rice & hash your vegetables into creative, craveable meals,” and it’s a perfect summary of what the recipes are all about. There are zucchini boats, Brussels sprout sliders, cauliflower and cabbage steaks, zucchini dumplings, jicama shell tacos, and of course, plenty of vegetable noodles.

As someone who eats plenty of the starches that riced and spiralized vegetables are intended to replace, I don’t often bookmark zoodle or cauli rice recipes. But I do love using vegetables creatively, and summer is an especially nice time to allow them to be the centerpiece of meals. I also often recommend investing in a spiralizer to clients who are struggling to eat more veggies: spiralized zucchini, carrot, beet, celery root, and butternut squash can be folded into traditional spaghetti, soups, and stir-fries for a subtle, nutrient-dense boost.

Ali Maffucci's Sweet Potato Skin Nachos | The Full Helping

Now I’ll be recommending Ali’s new book, too. She describes her goal as being “not just making vegetables taste good,” but rather “turning them into meals that will inspire you and surprise both your mind and your taste buds.” As always her recipes are creative, fun, and accessible, and they channel her infectious love of food, which I’ve always appreciated in her work and as her friend. I’m already excited to try the jicama chips with a chili-spiced cashew dip, the Brussels sprout and tofu mini-sliders, the beet poke bowls, jicama tacos, and the split pea dal in acorn squash cups (yum!).

This isn’t a vegan cookbook: I’d say about a quarter of the recipes are vegan as written, and half are vegetarian. Among the vegetarian options, many can be veganized with a vegan cheese; a few (like the delicata squash cups with baked eggs) could be made vegan with tofu scramble in place of eggs. If you’re keen on dedicated vegan options only, this may not be the right book for you, but if you’re trying to eat more plants overall, I think it’s a super resource.

I can already tell that I’ll use a lot of Ali’s tips for using vegetables to create my own templates for meals. And in the front matter, she explains in detail what she means by “beyond,” explaining which vegetables work best for which forms (noodles, rice, buns or wraps, etc.) and saying a few words on how to use plant-based proteins if you’re trying to eat less meat.

Ali Maffucci's Sweet Potato Skin Nachos | The Full Helping

These baked sweet potato nachos have already taught me something! I’ve made twice-baked potatoes before (this one isa fave), mashing the center of the potato up and then stuffing the potatoes before baking. Ali’s recipe calls for scooping the potato flesh out, saving it for whatever (I made a sweet potato mash and served it with baked tofu and broccoli for dinner), then broiling the skins till they’re crispy. They turn into a very handy, all-veggie “nacho” chip.

Be sure to leave about 1/4-inch of flesh in the potato skins, so that they aren’t too thin when you bake them (if they are, they might burn). Ali notes this, but I forgot to do it when I was scooping my first two halves, so I thought I’d mention it. I didn’t have cilantro or scallions, so I substituted chopped romaine—next time I’d definitely use the former for extra flavor.

Alis’ recipe calls for shredded cheese. You could omit this altogether if you wish—with all of the toppings, the recipe will still be super tasty. You can also use a vegan shredded cheese, or you can use a vegan cheese sauce, which is what I did! I used the carrot cheese sauce fromthis mac n’ cheese recipe, which I’m loving on baked potatoes lately. Mycashew queso saucewould work well, too. Here’s the recipe.

Sweet Potato Skin Nachos

作者 -Ali Maffucci
Prep Time: 20minutes
Cook Time: 1小时
Total Time: 1小时20minutes
Yields: 4to 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 4medium sweet potatoes
  • 2tablespoonsextra-virgin olive oil
  • Fine sea salt and pepper
  • 115盎司的斑豆,排水和漂洗
  • 1/2cupno-salt-added canned corn kernelsdrained and rinsed (or 1/2 cup frozen and thawed corn)
  • 1cupcarrot cheese saucefrom my carrot mac recipe,cashew queso sauce或2杯切碎选择的纯素奶酪
  • 1large jalapeño peppersliced into very thin rounds
  • 1medium tomatoseeded and diced
  • 1至2avocadospitted, peeled, and cubed
  • 1/4cup切碎的香菜
  • 1/4cupsliced scallions
  • 1/4cup切碎的白洋葱I omitted in my version
  • 1酸橙quartered, for serving

Instructions

  • 将烤箱预热到400度在中心位置的架子。
  • Pierce each potato 4 times with a fork. Place the potatoes directly on the oven rack and bake until the skins are crisp and the flesh is fork-tender, 45 to 55 minutes. Let cool for about 10 minutes, until cool enough to handle. Turn the broiler to high.
  • Halve each potato lengthwise, then cut each half in half crosswise. Using a spoon, scoop out the flesh, leaving about 1/4 inch intact. Reserve the flesh for another use (or snack on it now).
  • 刷两侧的皮肤与橄榄油和季节与盐和胡椒。安排他们的皮肤,正面朝上放在烤盘上,分隔开他们,烤,直到皮肤开始脆,2〜3分钟,密切监视他们,这样他们就不会燃烧。翻转土豆皮过去,烤,直到顶边刚开始褐色,2〜3分钟。
  • 烤箱温度降低到400度。推动the skins together on the baking sheet so they are just touching. Top with the beans and corn. Drizzle the cheese sauce (or sprinkle the cheese) evenly over the top and bake until the cheese melts and ingredients are all warm, about 5 minutes.
  • Immediately garnish with the jalapeño, tomato, avocado, cilantro, scallions, and white onion if using. Season with salt. Serve warm, with lime wedges.

Ali Maffucci's Sweet Potato Skin Nachos | The Full Helping

Ali and her publisher have generously offered one US reader the chance to win a copy ofInspiralized & Beyond加上Inspliralizer一起玩!我爱我Inspiralizer和我真的很兴奋这个赠品。威廉app在下面输入,我会从今天宣布获胜者两周。

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Good luck! And I hope you’ll enjoy this recipe—it’s perfect for summer parties and gatherings. See you on Sunday for the weekly roundup.

xo

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    41 Comments
  1. Never even knew this existed! Amazing thing, making me hungry thinking of the possibilities

  2. I don’t have a creative way to prepare vegetables right now, which is why I need to win this!

  3. I’m not sure how creative this is but every morning I have oatmeal (I’m kind of addicted lol) so in order to sneak more greens in to my diet I blend up a bunch of greens with my nut milk before I cook my oats in it. After you add in all of the mix-ins and toppings you can’t really taste the greens and it’s a great way to add in more nutrition to the meal. Plus it makes the oats a really pretty vibrant green color

  4. 4 stars
    我喜欢做硕大精美的沙拉(“沙拉就是一顿”)与各种水果和蔬菜和素食主义的蛋白质和美味的酱!让我饿想到它!威廉appSpiralizing会增加更多的兴趣!

  5. I love sneaking veggies into baked goods to where you don’t realize they are in it.

  6. I love sneaking veggies in wherever possible. One of my fave ways is by adding shredded zucchini and/or carrots to oatmeal and overnight oats.

  7. I just love love vegetables, there’s so many amazing ways thy can be incorporated into pretty much every meal. My favorite/most creative way to use them, has to be incorporating them in desserts. Sweet potato in cake, zucchini in cookies, and beets in muffins, just to name a few.

  8. I always add extra handfuls of spinach and kale into my smoothies as well as frozen cucumber and zucchini chunks! This recipe looks delicious

  9. I love the use of the skins of sweet potatoes for chips. My family won’t eat the skins when I bake sweet potatoes so this reduces so much waste and makes nachos healthier! WIN

  10. 我不是非常有创意的,哈哈。我只是我总是确保手头上有-kale,甜菜等蔬菜坚固 - 一个快速斯塔姆或炒香加入了一顿。

  11. My trick for eating more greens is to dehydrated them and then using my food processor turn them into crumbs that I can easily sprinkle in anything I cook. They look like Italian seasonings and no one is the wiser. They basically have no taste.

  12. I found that I don’t have to be sneaky with veggies. I just server them with everything and try to include a variety that everyone likes.

  13. I love sneaking unconventional veggies onto pizzas or in pastas! Zucchini or thinly sliced sweet potatoes on pizza is so delicious!

  14. I’ve jumped on the cauliflower pizza crust bandwagon and don’t plan on getting off anytime soon!

  15. I love roasting or sauteeing cauliflower and having instead of pasta- it’s not the same thing, but it’s so good in it’s own right!

  16. 5 stars
    This looks delicious! I love spiralized veggies instead of noodles or roasting veggies for chips or fries.

  17. I swear I don’t think I’ve ever been as excited about anything as I am this giveaway!!! I have wanted an inspiralizer FOREVER and have been unable to purchase one as of yet I have coveted Ali’s cookbooks for a long time and use her recipes from her website all the time!
    These nachos look delicious! Sweet potatoes are my favorite and I never thought to use them in his way and your vegan cheese sauce looks amazing. Definitely adding this to the rotation this week. Thank you!

  18. I love making fruit and veggie purees to add to a variety of dishes. It is especially helpful for gluten free muffins. It helps keep them more moist.

  19. I’m just learning about spiralizing veggies, lots to learn, but so far it’s fun!

  20. 我喜欢他们成泥在基地sauce..they加香料,诸如深度煮熟的,并且更重要的是,你可以使用“下脚料”这是更香味浓郁时

  21. The nachos look yummy! I love to add kimchi for extra flavor in a stir fry recipe.

  22. I pretty much use veggies in the usual way…I’ve considered ricing and doodling but haven’t taken the plunge yet, this looks like an excellent way to get started!

  23. These nachos look amazing! I know this isn’t profound but I love to throw greens into many meals so I am getting them in even if the entrée isn’t totally focused on them. Prior to eating this way, I didn’t even think to add kale to soups and pastas but now this has become a staple of ours. Thank you for the chance to win.