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Chile-Garlic Roasted Sweet Potatoes

September/October 2009

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Give ordinary roasted sweet potatoes a big flavor boost with this quick, Asian-inspired seasoning mix.



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"These turned out great! They were definitely spicy, but not too bad--I personally probably wouldn't use any less chili garlic sauce, but if you don't like that much spiciness then you might want to use 1/2 or 3/4 of a tablespoon instead...
Chile-Garlic Roasted Sweet Potatoes

12 Reviews for Chile-Garlic Roasted Sweet Potatoes

09/14/2010
Anonymous

These turned out great! They were definitely spicy, but not too bad--I personally probably wouldn't use any less chili garlic sauce, but if you don't like that much spiciness then you might want to use 1/2 or 3/4 of a tablespoon instead of the full amount.

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08/31/2010
Anonymous

This is a great, really filling side dish. I like sweet potatoes much more with salty/spicy flavors than with the typical sweet. I found that they cooked much more evenly when I cut them into 1.5 inch cubes. Also, I would recommend lining your baking pan with tin foil, as the first time I made this, I didn't, and they all stuck to the pan.

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08/17/2010
Anonymous

These are fantastic! We absolutely love these sweet potatoes. They go well with baked fish or chicken dishes and are super easy to prepare!

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03/28/2010

Wow! This easy sweet potato recipe really perks up a meal. It is great with baked fish or chicken. I have made it a couple of times and have substituted chili paste when I don't have chili garlic sauce.

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02/24/2010
Anonymous

We can't stop eating these! This recipe is going to stay on my table for a long time to come. They're so simple and amazing. I've been skimping on the oil a bit (saving a few calories) and haven't noticed any problem.

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