This simple recipe is only 5 ingredients, it's completely plant-based, yet it tastes decadent and refined. Gather your ingredients (listed in the recipe card at the bottom of the page) and let's get cooking.
To cook the sweet potato, pierce it with a fork for ventilation and microwave for 4 minutes. While the potato is cooking, strain the Right Foods Organic Lentil Vegetable with Kale Soup to separate the lentils + veggies from the broth. You'll use both these parts later. Dr. McDougall's soups are award-winning soups with organic, gluten-free, and lower-sodium options.
When the potato is cool enough to touch, cut it lengthwise and scoop out some fo the potato to form a bowl. Mix the potato with the lentils + veggies you just separated. Stuff this mixture into the potato and cook in the air fryer (or oven if you don't have one) until crispy.
While the potato is cooking, put cornstarch and 2 tbsp of broth in a small pot, whisking to create a slurry. Add in the rest of the broth, tahini, and maple syrup, whisking until thick. Now you have a delicious gravy to top your stuffed potato.
Garnish with salt, oregano, rosemary, and pour over the gravy before digging in.
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Air Fried Sweet Potato
1 medium sweet potato
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 teaspoon tahini
1 teaspoon maple syrup
Salt, dried oregano, and rosemary for garnish, optional.
Pierce the potato with a fork and microwave for 4 minutes.
Meanwhile, strain the soup and save the broth in a bowl. Add the lentils and veggies to a separate bowl.
Once the potato is done allow it to cool for 1 minute. Then cut in half lengthwise with a knife. Scoop out the potato. Mix with the lentils and veggies from the soup. Stuff it inside the potato.
Place in the air fryer and cook at 390F for 10 minutes, until top is crispy.
Meanwhile, in a pot add the cornstarch and 2 tablespoons of broth. Whisk together to create a slurry. Then add in the remaining broth, tahini, and maple syrup. Cook over the stove on medium heat whisking continuously until thickened to form a gravy.
Once the potato is done garnish with salt, dried oregano, or rosemary if desired. Pour on gravy and enjoy.