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I love these fries- I used the chipotle flavored Mrs. Dash to season them- VERY GOOD! spicy sweet -
These taste amazing, but like many others, I'm hoping for a healthy version of deep fried French Fries. I find them soggy. If they could be crispy and baked with this flavor they'd be amazing. I cooked them for 40 minutes, then the next day cooked them another 20 minutes, and they're still soggy, some are starting to turn black and still soggy in side. Mine were cut thinly like French Fries.
Loved it! The whole family went back for more! I just used coconut oil for the oil ingredient to keep a little extra sweetness to the recipe and added a bit more salt. Will have it again soon.
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Great! These fries were so easy and tasty. I used seasoned salt. They were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. I will definitely make these again.
Made for supper tonight for a side dish. This was really good! I done half sweet and half regular potatoes since DD won't eat the sweet potatoes. Will make this often and be a regular item in my weight watchers rotation! Thanks for posting! :)
I think I did something wrong. Mine never crisped up and it was very hard to slice the potatoes.
**Made these again with a little chili powder (per reviewers recommendation) and they were awesome! I also used the leftovers warmed the next day inside some fish tacos (Fish Tacos and Cilantro Coleslaw, 20 Minutes Max) with great results!
Loved it! I also used Chili powder to give it a little kick.
REally good. Based on other reviews I did cook at 410. I loved these. I've only made sweet potatoes in a fat heavy casserole so this was an awesome change of pace. Will be making these often.