Yummy. We ate ours with the option of organic yogurt to dip into. I used local organic sweet potatoes from our weekly CSA basket, instead of olive oil I used avocado oil as it is healthier to heat, homemade Cajun seasoning from a recipe on this site, can't remember which one, plus grey sea salt, to taste.
We love sweet potato fries and these really hit the spot. I cut the potatoes as directed. They were put on a baking sheet and lightly drizzled with oil followed by a good sprinkling of Cajun seasoning. A perfect accompaniment to burgers.
This is what I was looking for a sweet potato fry recipe with olive oil and a little seasoning. They were very good. We had them with hamburgers. Thanks for putting the recipe on here.
YUMMY! I loved these. I had never cooked a sweet potato before but this looked like a great way to try it. I used Mrs. Dash southwest blend instead of the cajun seasoning and it made them quite spicy but soooo good. Served with red beans & rice, it's a keeper!
These were soooo good! I usually make my sweet potato fries really thin because I do like when they get a little crispy. However I left these pretty thick and they were so good, a little crispy on the outside and very moist and delicious on the inside. Besides the cajun seasoning, I also used a little pumpkin pie seasoning, it was really, really good. I cooked mine at 400 for about 50 minutes and they were PERFECT.
These were very tasty. I baked them for about 40 minutes, and the potatoes were done, but next time I'll leave them in a bit longer to see if I can get them to crisp up a bit. Used Emeril's Original Essence, and served with Dip for Sweet Potato Fries. Thanks for posting!
I've been using this method for cooking sweet potatoes for a while, but I only used salt and pepper to season them and they were ok. These however, are DELICIOUS! I didn't measure the seasoning, just sprinkled it on and I also left the skins on. Thanks Hope! Made for Bevy Tag.
These were delicious! I served them today with lunch Turkey Cranberry Sandwich. I ended up cooking them longer (about 40 minutes: 20 on one side, 20 on the other). Thanks for posting!
Oh wow - yum! These are great fries! Loved the cajun seasoning, it's a great companion to the flavor of the sweet potato. Just loved these - I wished I had made more - thanks for posting the recipe!