So Simple and Delicious! You won’t miss the deep-frying with these addictive little snacks if you follow these easy instructions. Sure, sweet potatoes are popular in the south, but, they’re grown now in California and for good reason, they’re very healthy and so tasty.
These fries won’t be as stiff as deep fried ones or with white potatoes, so it’s important to cut the fries evenly and thinly, no more than 1/4 inch thick. Roasted wedges are nice but they won’t be as crispy. It’s also important not to crowd them on the baking sheets because they’ll tend to steam, not get crispy roasted. So, you’ll want to make sure to keep them separated from each other as much as possible while baking. The extra 10 minutes of cooling helps them firm up and makes dipping easier.
As a shortcut, you can buy Alexia brand Frozen Sweet Potato Fries from the grocery store. They’re delicious, too.
|Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Honey Cinnamon Dip|
|Prep time:||10 mins|
|Cook time:||30 mins|
|Total time:||40 mins|
|Description:||Super healthy and good even without the deep-frying!|
|Recipe type:||Snack, Side Dish|