Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Mouth Watering Sriacha Black Bean & Sweet Potato Tostada :)

Fall is upon us!  The best things about fall are the changing colors, and the changing recipes!  I have always thought of Sweet Potatoes as a fall food, maybe because I grew up eating sweet potatoes at Thanksgiving In forms of pies or casseroles.  The great thing about sweet potatoes is, they are packed full of goodness!

Sweet Potatoes are a Native American plant which was a main source of nourishment for the early homesteaders!  These roots are among the most nutritious foods in the vegetable food group.  Sweet potatoes are packed full of calcium, potassium, and vitamins C and also A!

Today BuckeyeMomsMeet is bringing to the table a Tostada like no other!  Unlike the traditional Tostada, This recipe is packed with a punch of vitamins and spices that will have you coming back for seconds, or even thirds!  The Sriacha Black Bean & Sweet Potato Tostada!!


  • (1)TBSP Avocado oil
  • (1) Can of Black refried beans
  • (1) sweet potato
  • (1) small onion
  • (3) cloves minced garlic
  • (1) tsp. liquid aminos or soy sauce
  • (1) tsp Dijon mustard
  • (1/4) tsp. ground cumin
  • (1/4) tsp. chili powder
  • (1) TBSP. Sriacha 

  • lettuce
  • mixed blend grated cheese
  • avocado
  • sriacha
  • sour cream


  1. Heat oil in a medium skillet over medium heat.  Add onion, garlic, liquid aminos, mustard, cumin, chili powder, cook until onions are tender.
  2. Add refried beans to the onion mixture and mix well.  Add the Sriacha and continue heating up the beans.
  3. While you are heating your bean mixture steam your sweet potato either on the stove top or in the microwave until soft.
  4. set bean mixture aside and mash your sweet potato with a fork or potato masher.  You can add a little cumin to your sweet potato if you would like more flavor.
  5. get a small rubber spatula and spread your bean mixture on a tostada shell.  Next add the mashed sweet potato mixture on top of the bean mixture.
  6. top with lettuce, cheese, avocados, sriacha, and sour cream!
  7. Enjoy :)


  1. I love the idea of sweet potatoes in a tostada. I might leave out the sriacha, but my daughters would love it!

  2. I haven't had lunch yet and that looks so delicious! Sweet potatoes are such a great fall food.

  3. This looks really good. Love that you are using Sweet Potatoes.

  4. looks yummy and makes me hungry.

  5. This looks like my mouth and belly would love this! I am going to have to try this wonderful creation. Thank you for sharing.

  6. I would never have thought about eating sweet potato with black beans. This looks interesting, healthy and delicious! Pinned.