When life gives you leftover mashed sweet potatoes, take a page out of Renée Kohlman’s new cookbook, Vegetables: A Love Story, and make these light-as-a-feather sweet potato biscuit rolls. They’re delicate and yeasty, with a tender crumb and a delightful honey butter glaze.
“These are the love child of a crispy biscuit and a soft bun,” she writes. “They’re also a great way to use up any leftover sweet potato in the refrigerator, though I do declare once you’ve had a taste, you’ll intentionally be mashing the orange root vegetable on the regular.”
As Kohlman explains, these rolls are excellent any time of the year but particularly around the holidays. If you’re lucky enough to have leftovers, try tucking sliced turkey or ham inside for a tasty little sandwich.
Recipe by Renée Kohlman from Vegetables: A Love Story, copyright © 2021 by Renée Kohlman. Reprinted with permission of TouchWood Editions.