Ingredient:  

Sweet Potato 3 

Sugar 200g 

Oil 2 tablespoon 

 

  1. Wash the sweet potato. 
  2. Take the peel off from the sweet potato.
  3. Fry the sweet potato on the frying pan with oil on it.
  4. Leave the sweet potato on a bowl and wait for the sweet potato to cool. 
  5. Caramelize the sugar, you could use an oven or the frying pan. 
  6. Pour the sugar on top of the sweet potato.  

 

Ingredient: 

Sweet Potato 3 

Sugar 100g 

Oil 2 tablespoon 

Paprika 2 

Pineapple 1/5 

Bean Powder 5 tablespoon 

 

  1. Wash the sweet potatopaprika, and pineapple. 
  2. Take the peel off from the sweet potato. 
  3. Fry the sweet potato and paprika on the frying pan with oil on it. 
  4. Leave the sweet potato and paprika on a bowl and wait for them to cool. 
  5. Caramelize the sugar with bean powder, you could use an oven or the frying pan. 
  6. Pour the sauce on top of the sweet potato.  

  

Design brief had required me to reduce the amount of sugar for the ones with diabetes, and to add more various ingredients with different types of nutrients in it. To reduce the amount of sugar and add protein, I’ve used black bean powder which contains protein and it is quite sweet. So, I’ve used the black bean powder to meet the design brief. Also, I’ve added pineapples and paprikas to add colors to the dish. In the hotel, vegetables and the sauce would be delivered separately so that the customers could choose to dip or pour it over the veggies. The difference between the first recipe and the second one was that the amount of sugar was reduced, and more vegetables were added to the second version. Similarities of two recipes are that the main ingredient is sweet potato, and the chemical changes that occurred in the recipe didn’t change at all. The only thing that changed are the ingredients. To improve my second recipe, I want to reduce the amount of sugar by adding more healthier ingredient that is sweet such as honey, so that the ones with diabetes could eat them too.