Loaded Curry Sweet Potatoes

1 Sweet Potato Dal Soup + 4 ingredients

Makes 2 Whole Stuffed Potatoes

PREP TIME: 10 minutes • COOK TIME: 5 minutes



Simplify your life by getting complex – complex carbohydrates, that is! These radiant root vegetables also provide fiber & beta carotene in a package that’s easy to bake ahead of time to prepare for this meal. Just pour our thick dal, or lentil based spiced stew, on top of bright orange potatoes, and rejoice in a vibrant mixture of sweet & savory seasonings!


Unique Whole Plant Foods


1 LeafSide Sweet Potato Dal Soup

2 baked sweet potatoes

1/2 bunch cilantro

1 lime

Yogurt as desired




1. Prepare LeafSide’s Sweet Potato Dal Soup as directed.

2. Warm pre-baked sweet potatoes in the microwave.

3. Chop cilantro & slice a lime into quarters.

4. Cut sweet potato down the center & fill with the LeafSide meal.

5. Add chopped cilantro, lime juice to taste, and top with yogurt as desired.


Other suggested toppings: cashews, coconut, green onions, shallots, peas, chickpeas, fresh ginger, fresno chile pepper, red pepper flakes, cauliflower, Indian eggplant, spinach, tomatoes.

Other suggested additions: red onions (cooked or raw), cashews, fresh ginger, chopped kale, cilantro, cauliflower florets (cooked or raw), shredded carrots


TIP: Prepare several of LeafSide's Sweet Potato Dal Soups & offer a baked potato bar for a fun family or friends dinner where everyone can choose their favorite toppings.(Recommend baking the potatoes ahead of time.)

Nutrition Nugget

Sweet Benefits

Sweet potatoes need not excuse themselves for multiple puns in their name: they’re delicious, versatile (whole, sliced, diced; boiled, baked, roasted, or air-fried), filling (complex carbs satisfy you and your microbiome), highly nutritious, and a terrific value.

Their bright-colored flesh (most commonly orange, but try purple sweet potatoes too) belies a treasure trove of antioxidants and phytonutrients, and even more so in their skins. You can easily swap them into any recipe that uses their commoner cousin of regular potatoes, winning more nutrition for your time and effort cooking.

Reference: https://nutritionfacts.org/topics/sweet-potatoes/

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