During this time, I had a knot with the sweet potato. I had just made a sweet potato tower a few days ago, and I made the remaining red core sweet potato into a yogurt sweet potato puree. It is super delicious! The approach is also very simple. In fact, it is the same as the original purple potato yoghurt. The original purple potato puree also put some nuts, this time pure pure potato mud, the same delicious.
Sweet potatoes are steamed on the pan and peeled into mud. (If I feel dry, I can put some milk or whipped cream properly. I feel that this yellow core sweet potato is very soft and not put)
The pressed sweet potato mud is shaped, if it is not good, it can be replaced by plastic wrap, then put in a small bowl, and then buckled out to form
Put the yogurt on the sweet potato puree. If you like, you can put some nuts or raisins, etc.