Sweet potato, frozen, cooked, baked, without salt

Fun Facts

  1. Sweet potatoes golden, yellow or mixed U.S. Grade A, whole, sections, pieces, cuts, individually quick frozen (IQF) or canned, packed in light syrup. Mashed sweet potatoes, canned or frozen.
  2. Six #10 cans per case. Frozen cuts (chunks),or slices, 1-30 lb. container with a polyliner. Frozen mashed, 6/5 pound poly bags.
  3. One #10 can (108 oz.) of sweet potatoes, whole or cuts, will yield 45.4 (1/4 cup) servings of drained vegetable. One #10 can equals approximately 71 ounces (12-1/2 cups) of drained vegetable. One #10 can (106 oz.) yields 51.5 (1/4 cup) servings of mashed sweet potatoes. One pound of frozen sweet potato provides 7.6 (1/4 cup) servings of cooked vegetable.
  4. Sweet potatoes (whole, cuts or mashed) are ready to serve or may be heated with spices and/or other fruits or vegetables. They may be used in soups or in baked goods such as sweet potato pie or sweet potato bread. It may be necessary to adjust the level of sweetener used in recipes if frozen sweet potato cuts are used in place of canned sweet potatoes in light syrup.

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