Hasselback potatoes, according to the vastly knowledgeable Internet, were originally created at a restaurant in Sweden. They are sliced and fanned open with bits of butter and herbs stuffed throughout. The result is a potato that is, at its heart, tender and creamy, but with tons of exterior crunch per square inch. In short, a perfect potato.
Giving the Hasselback treatment to sweet potatoes seems ideal for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. They’re just a bit fancy but also definitely doable for a crowd with a bit of time and a sharp knife.
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Source: NJ.com Hudson