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Oven Sweet Potato Fries

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Making oven fries out of sweet potatoes brings out their inherent sweetness.



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Oven Sweet Potato Fries Recipe

38 Reviews for Oven Sweet Potato Fries

11/05/2010
Anonymous

This sounds fantastic. I wonder what olive oil will make of it.Thank you for your contribution to our good health.

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11/05/2010
Anonymous

Taking canola oil and regular salt out of the recipe and replacing it with salflower oil or light olive oil and always using sea salt instead of the other salt would make it healthier. I have done this when I make this recipe and the flavor is just as good but a little healthier.

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11/05/2010
Anonymous

First of all, I don't understand why you continue to use canola oil when it is not the best oil for health because it comes from the rape seed (look up what it does). Salflower, light olive oil, even peanut oil would be a healthier choice. Secondly, You need to stress using sea salt instead of the other type of salt. Other than these two suggestions, this is a great receipt that I have made often.

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11/05/2010
Anonymous

This recipe sounds really yummy and it is a much healthier way to enjoy potato chips AND help my diabetes too!
Thank you :-)

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08/20/2010
Anonymous

Delicious! Love this as a snack, already made them twice today! Be careful of the time, they burnt the first time. Second time I made them 10 mins on one side and 4 mins on the other side and they still burned a little. Even though they were a little burnt they didn't have the burnt taste and tasted fantastic. Keep the recipe as is and it is perfect.

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