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2 pounds (3 medium) sweet Potatoes, unpeeled1 cup (6 ounces) pitted California dried Plums1 tablespoon vegetable Oil, plus extra for oiling baking dish3/4 cup freshly squeezed Orange juice1 tablespoon Honey1 tablespoon Orange zest1/2 teaspoon Salt1/4 teaspoon Cinnamon4 teaspoons chopped crystallized Ginger
Heat oven to 350F. Cut each sweet potato into 4 wedges, lengthwise; cut each wedge in half across. Place sweet potatoes and dried plums in lightly oiled baking dish large enough to hold potatoes in one layer. In small bowl, whisk together orange juice, honey, oil, zest, salt and cinnamon; pour evenly over sweet potatoes and prunes. Sprinkle with ginger. Cover with foil; bake for 45 minutes. Increase oven temperature to 425F. Remove foil; baste sweet potatoes with juices from baking dish. Bake about 10 minutes or until sweet potatoes are tender and glazed.
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