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Every time I see the word “cobbler” it is in the form of a delicious dessert. I have learned that “cobbler” is for sweets and “casserole” is for salty. It is easy to see why that is so as most cobblers have a sweet crumb topping, while most casseroles tend to just be a plain dish in it. However, even with all those different things, there are still a few cracks in the walls.
It is not always perfect like that. Casseroles are hardly ever sweet, but some cobblers are savory dishes. What is funny about this one is that it is a cobbler, but not considered dessert. Sweet potatoes should be good enough to enjoy for dessert, but they are not. They are there to add a sweet touch to an otherwise completely savory meal. Well, wait no further for an original and cool side dish, I bring you the best one: sweet potato cobbler. It is a sweet potato mash as we all know and love, but instead of the typical marshmallows or pecans over the top, it has a cobbler topping that is made with butter, oats, brown sugar and flour. Together, this melts beautifully until it becomes a crispy coating.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Southern Bite.
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