Sweet potato leaves are one of the most versatile leaves available, and we’re about to get you the sweet potato you can eat at home without the mess.
It’s not a new thing, and it’s not as hard to make as you might think.
It took us months to figure out how to make a real-time syrup out of them.
And it turns out you don’t even need to buy a bunch of them, as long as you have some leftover sweet potato, some cornmeal and a blender.
Let’s start with a simple syrup recipe.
When I started making maple syrup, I made a lot of it at home.
The first step is to get your ingredients.
You’ll need the sweet potatoes, cornmeal, sugar and salt.
Then you’ll need to figure how much you want to keep.
So, here are the basic steps: 1.
Put all of your ingredients in a blender and process until it comes out looking like this: 2.
Add the cornmeal to the blender, and process for about a minute.
Add your maple syrup.
Process on low for about 15 seconds, then switch it off.
Pour your syrup into a glass jar.
(If you have a smaller glass jar, you’ll want to use a larger one.)
The syrup will fill the jar about the size of a grapefruit.
That’s all there is to it.
If you have any leftovers, you can use them as maple syrup or add them to a mocha syrup.
But for now, just enjoy them.