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  • Brianne Carlson

    Sweet Potato and Tomato Pasta Sauce

  • Reika Trimble

    Sweet Potato and Tomato Sauce Recipe (use coconut milk instead)

  • Laurnie Wilson

    Sweet Potato and Tomato Sauce Recipe on Food & Wine (swap cream for coconut cream? or alternative milk)

  • Angela Buehner

    Sweet Potato and Tomato Sauce Recipe -try on spaghetti squash

  • Jean Miller

    Sweet Potato and Tomato Sauce | Sweet potatoes make an excellent addition to tomato sauce—they are sweet and creamy and balance acidic tomatoes perfectly. ... stovetop

  • lindsay Geiger

    This delicious tomato sauce is enriched with sweet and creamy sweet potatoes.

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