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Do you sometimes wonder how unlikely ingredients result in a mind-blowing recipe that you can never forget?
Like you know they taste good when eaten individually, but as together- unlikely. I read a lot of cookbooks and a lot of recipes, and I do wonder sometimes. How did the original cooks of these particular recipes know what ingredients to put together? Did they test the ingredients or was it all an accident? Some recipes contain ingredients that you will not imagine together, yet the end results taste good.
For example, pot roast with fruity glazes. Whenever I make pot roasts and use those fruity glazes to coat the meat, I wonder how in the world it was “invented”. Was there a particular reason why fruit was a candidate for the glaze or the cook just accidentally used cranberry for example because he thought it was something else?
Oh yes; I was thinking about all of those while writing this. The recipe that I am about to share with you has a few ingredients that you wouldn’t have imagined together. This recipe is called sweet potatoes with chicken.
Now don’t get me wrong; it’s not impossible to put them all together. It’s just that when you think about it, it’s really the unlikely trio. This dish from Shockingly Delicious proves us all wrong though- it’s one amazing dish that speaks to perfection.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Pinning Junkie.
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Quick Tip: Serve this dish with fresh bread.