How to Make Delicious Roasted Yams
This week, I’ve been working away, creating a series of videos for a new e-course all about how to start juicing. There is something about the creative process that makes me feel so energized, inspired and engaged. I can’t wait to share the e-course with you (FYI…it starts this Monday, July 14th!).
I think what I love most about the creative process, for this blog, is being able to give you information that you need in a digital format. All I have to say is…I’m so grateful for all of the new computer software programs that have made it possible for this semi-techy girl like me to create e-courses, and e-books, websites, blog posts, videos, podcasts, and so much more.
I can’t get enough of digital creation. I’ve loved every step of the way creating this website. And, I can’t get enough of sharing what I’ve learned about health reinvention and life reinvention with you, through this digital platform.
I’m thrilled that information is so accessible now a days. I can easily remember how much effort it took to sift through books or hunt down people to talk to — all in the pursuit of information retrieval. Now…if I want to learn something new, I can just find an expert online, and purchase their e-book or e-course. Easy!
I love that we no longer have to go far to discover the things that we want to learn.
To make my week easier, during the creation of Get Your Juice On: How to Start Juicing e-Course, I had quite a few quick and healthy meals on hand. And, today’s recipe is one of my ultimate favorite side dishes or snack.
You’ll fall in love the yams in a whole new way after tasting these roasted ‘yam round’ (as they’re known in my house).
After making them, please leave a comment to let me know what you think.
And…if you want to learn how to start juicing, please click here to learn about the Get Your Juice On: How to Start Juicing e-Course: it’s a perfect way to prepare for the FREE, annual Get Your Juice On: 21-Day Juicing Challenge that starts every September 1st. Let’s get our juice on!
- 2 yams
- 2 tbsp of olive oil
- 2 big pinches of sea salt
- 1 big pinch of ground pepper
- 2 tbsp of finely chopped fresh rosemary
- 1 tbsp of fresh thyme
- Heat your oven up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit
- Wash you yams, and cut them into 1.5 cm rounds
- Place the yam rounds into a medium sized mixing bowl
- Drizzle the olive oil onto the yams
- Sprinkle the salt, pepper, rosemary, and thyme on top of the yam rounds
- Toss the yam rounds with your hands, so that they become coated in the ingredients
- Place the yam rounds, flat, on a parchment line baking sheet
- Drizzle just a little bit more olive oil on top of the yam rounds (just a little)
- Cook the yam rounds for a total of 35 minutes. But, flip the yam rounds over after the initial 25 minutes.