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Sweet Potato Noodles with Bacon & Sage

Sweet Potato Noodles with Bacon & Sage is a perfect Fall time meal. This dish is full of flavour and is the perfect lunch or dinner.

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There’s something about fall time that makes me want to cook and bake like crazy. It must be the coziness that fills the house when something is in the oven or on the stove, and the scents that fill the house when it’s cooking. 

I’ve got a huge list of recipes that I want to make and I pretty much want to just put them on hold so I can do my Fall baking before Fall is over. Because you know what it’s like. Time just disappears and before you know it, it’s Christmas. 

Speaking of Christmas I feel like I’m on the ball. I have a few gifts purchased….woot woot!!! So if you’re a procrastinator (I usually am), jump on the band wagon and start buying things here and there. You won’t be sorry.

For now though, back to Fall. Here’s a cozy and yummy dish using sweet potatoes…or yams…whatever the heck you call them. I never can tell the difference…ha.

Sweet Potato Noodles

This sauce is jam packed with flavour….so tasty.

Sweet Potato Noodles

Who doesn’t love bacon and sage?!?!

Sweet Potato Noodles

Sweet potatos or yams? anyone know?

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Yippee, here’s my handy dandy spiralizer again. LOVE this gadget! The sweet potato noodles are so vibrant.

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Sweet Potato Noodles with Bacon & Sage
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Ingredients
  1. 2 medium sweet potatoes
  2. 4 slices of bacon
  3. 10 sage leaves
  4. 1/4 cup pine nuts lightly toasted
  5. 2 cups chicken stock
  6. 1/2 small onion diced
  7. 1 cup heavy cream
  8. 3 tbsp butter
  9. 1/4 tsp dried thyme
  10. salt & pepper to taste
  11. 1 tbsp olive oil
Instructions
  1. Peel and spiralize sweet potatoes. Set aside.
  2. Cook bacon until lightly crisp and add sage in the last 45 seconds of cooking. The sage will crisp (careful not to burn). Remove immediately to a bowl.
  3. To make sauce, cook stock and onion until reduced by 1/2, add cream and reduce by 1/2 again.
  4. Add butter and thyme to sauce, cook for 2 minutes and strain.
  5. Add salt and pepper to the sauce to your taste. Set aside.
  6. Heat oil in a pan and add sweet potatoes. Cook at medium heat until tender about 10 minutes. Gently turn with tongs to cook evenly.
  7. Add sauce and bacon mix to heat through.
  8. Dish out on pasta plates and sprinkle with pine nuts.
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