March 20, 2010

Can you see the difference than other sweet potato? Yep, a purple color that is. It is uncommon in my place, apparently it seldom appears in the market. The taste is also sweet and yummy! To tell you, that is my first taste of purple yam on my own kitchen. I steamed it like any other sweet potatoes I got though there are many other delectable tasty recipes you can get out of purple yum potatoes. As judging from my words, you can tell this is still a family of potato. I got it as long ones and I do not know if there are different sizes of this kind of potato because potatoes usually can have many sizes and some are big and others are small oblong. Also you can see the colors of the left two yams are darker than the other four, that is because I cut the big one into two before putting it in the pot and let it steamed. It is big and once its big, it does cook longer so if you want it to cook in normal way, you may like to cut such. And the end result is the potato meat turn darker the ones that haven't.

Have you taste a sweet potato like this before? Is it common in your place? Whatever it is, have fun eating... :-)

4 Comments:

  1. Chie Wilks said...
    hello..sis..nklaag ko..nkatilaw na ko aning nga potato...although talagsa ra jud ni sya diri...i tried this before everytime i visit my aunt sa bukid...mngalot pa gani mi ani
    Cacai M. said...
    Woi mao ba sis.. 'yahay mn jud ka dha oi ky unay ad2 lang ka sa ilang bukid pag dagko nah but did2 sa akong lolo saona waz jud ko kakita ani purple color, og dre kas-a ra pod ko kapalit.. I hope makakita na pod ko usab sa market ani nga raw. Though there are many nga gibuhat na xa daan.. thanks for the share sis and for being here.. muahhh!
    Coach Purse said...
    Another great post! Just wanted to say that I always look forward to reading your blog.
    Cacai M. said...
    Thank you "Coach Purse"... I am delighted of you being here.. and I hope to have coach purse too! :) ~hugs~

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