6 Reviews

These had a lovely kick to them that snuck up on us (at first, I mostly tasted the lime juice and some slight sweetness from the honey, but then the spice came out). We love sweet potatoes in my house, and this was a nice spicy change of pace from the usual baked ones I make. I used chipotle chile powder and desert mesquite honey for this, and it was perfect. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT5 Mexico

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Muffin Goddess May 16, 2009

Chomp...chomp...chomp. Where are my manners...wonderful! Made for Gluten-Free Recipe Tag.

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gailanng May 15, 2011

I cut like skinny french fries and baked a little less time. YUM! I did scale the recipe back. Thanks Evelyn! Made for the Epicurean Queens, ZWT 2009.

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Sharon123 June 14, 2009

I like these 'tatters any way I can get them (usually!), & this one is no exception ~ VERY, VERY TASTY! I cut the recipe in half (& cut the chili powder by a third!) & that was just right for us! This is definitely a recipe worth keeping around! [Tagged, made & reviewed while in Mexico during ZWT5]

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Sydney Mike May 12, 2009

Excellent! This has honey but the sweetness isn't overpowering. I used 2 sweet potatoes but decreased the recipe's sauce by 1/2, not 1/3. The potatoes absorbed all the sauce, so it worked out just right. Thanks for posting!

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LaJuneBug April 27, 2008

These are excellent. I had them with pork chops, and the combination was delicious.

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bbqdog February 27, 2008
Oven-Roasted Spicy-Sweet Sweet Potatoes