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This simple recipe was inspired by a local cooking show and one of my favorite college snacks "beer nuggets." (Try not to laugh - I am just being honest!)
Poke a sweet potato with a fork. Bake in a 350 degree oven for one hour. Slice the potato with a sharp knife from one to end, and then gently squeeze out the potato from it's skin into a big mixing bowl. Allow to cool and then add one egg, brown rice flour, sea salt and any seasoning you prefer. Mix together with hands and place on a floured board. As soon as you are able to ball up the dough (takes just a little mixing), break it in half. Flour your board well and then roll out little strings of dough(imagine a thick pencil.) Slice into the 'pencil' with a simple knife at half inch intervals. Warm up a frying pan using olive oil or another compliant oil. Carefully toss the small pieces into the pan and then sprinkle with sea salt, garlic or other spice you prefer. Allow to brown and then shake the pan every couple of minutes. Fry the pieces in just a little olive oil and shake the pan or turn over the pieces with a fork as needed. When the pieces are as crispy as your kids like them, it's done!
I think I will try a little cayenne pepper in the mix next time. Both my A non-secretor and my O secretor enjoyed their warm snack, and I climbed into the avoid boat and ate them too. Again, I have to laugh at the 'switch' in my perspective. I will gladly enjoy an 'avoid' vegetable over a store bought pizza or soda any day of the week.
Take care everyone.
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