OK, I saw someone talking about this meal online and it sounded so easy and worth trying that I made it for dinner on Saturday. And, OMG. This is so easy and really delicious. Is everyone else eating this and I wasn’t aware? Because we should all be eating this.
Roast sweet potatoes in the oven at 400 degrees for at least 45 minutes. I kept them whole, and poked holes with a fork all over them prior to putting them in the oven. My potatoes were pretty large, so they took closer to an hour.
When they’re just about done heat up a can of black beans and add salsa to taste. You can add salt or chili powder if you want.
I put manchego cheese on mine, but it’s great without it too. And it’s really pretty filling!
Also what’s pretty cool is I made this entirely with food from the farmers market, save the spices. The sweet potatoes and cheese I got from the winter market last wknd, the beans I bought dried this past summer and canned using my pressure canner, the salsa I also made over the summer using farmer’s market produce and water bath canned.
Hope you enjoy this super easy and tasty (and vegan, when made without cheese!) winter dinner!