Maintenant en lecture: Sweet Potato Tataki with Sesame and Dijon Mustard with Maple Butter
Cubes de patate douce cuite, enrobés de graines de sésame noires et blanches, présentés sur une planche en bois avec des sauces d'accompagnement.

Sweet Potato Tataki with Sesame and Dijon Mustard with Maple Butter

Sweet potatoes, an often underestimated nutritional treasure, stand out for their richness in vitamins, minerals and fiber. An exceptional source of beta-carotene, it helps strengthen our immune system and protect our vision. Its high fiber content promotes healthy digestion and can help regulate blood sugar levels, making it a great ally for a balanced diet. In addition to its health benefits, sweet potatoes offer a mild flavor and chewy texture that lend themselves to a multitude of culinary preparations, from savory dishes to desserts. Integrating it into our diet means choosing an ingredient that is both healthy and delicious, capable of bringing color and originality to our plates.

🔍 Information Details
⏱️ Preparation time 15 minutes (after cooking)
🍳 Cooking time 45 minutes
⏲️ Total time 1 hour
🔧 Difficulty level Intermediate
🍽️ Servings 4 people
🔥 Calories (approximate) 250 per serving


  • 2 medium sweet potatoes
  • Sesame oil
  • Black and white sesame seeds
  • Dijon mustard with maple butter (or mix Dijon mustard with maple syrup)
  • Salt, pepper to taste



Serve these delicious sweet potato cubes as a starter or as an accompaniment to a main dish. The presentation can be made on an elegant dish, each piece being an invitation to discover the sweetness of the sweet potato enhanced by the crunch of sesame seeds and the unique character of maple butter mustard.

This recipe transforms sweet potatoes into a true culinary experience, where each bite is a journey between sweetness, crunch and a touch of exoticism. A dish that is sure to elevate your table and delight your guests.

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