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This is an easy and delicious way to prepare sweet potatoes! I cut mine into rounds, as suggested, and seasoned them with both salt and pepper before roasting. They came out beautiful and were extremely tasty! I will definitely be making this recipe again!

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SarahBee May 16, 2008

This is a very simple way of preparing sweet potatoes! I simplified it even more by using butter-flavored cooking spray on the rounds and then sprinkling with salt and pepper. I look forward to experimenting with other seasonings.

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Music Heather June 22, 2006

I've made this a few times except I toss my potatoes in the olive oil and butter, add cracked pepper and garlic salt before I cook and even add a little cayenne pepper for a pop of flavor. I also cook them on my pizza stone. Perfect every time!

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kiwi35 November 24, 2014

nom nom nom

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Herb-Cat May 26, 2010

Oh, this picure is great...it looks just like my potatoes did coming out of the oven!! I love this recipe and make it all the time!! I slice the sweet potato slightly thick so that the outside is crunchy, but the inside still has a little softness to it. I actually don't even use the olive oil or butter. This is one of my favorite sides, so simple yet so tasty...thanks so much!!

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QueenQT26 December 12, 2006

We used a bit of spray rather than the oil and butter. We just loved it. Went very well with a small filet rather than a regualr baked potato.

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riffraff August 11, 2006

Love this recipe! It's so simple, and they turn out perfectly. I chose to lightly season them after roasting them with a combination of a little cinnamon sugar and seasoning salt. Thanks for posting this, I will be making these often.

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Recipe Reader May 30, 2012

WOW! This is a keeper. Modified this a little bit because I was roasting a chicken simultaneously and the chicken cooked at 425. So I roasted these at 425 for 25 minutes (still turning in the middle). I also omitted the butter and used an olive oil mister - first on the foil-lined pan, and then on the tops of the rounds. They turned out wonderfully. Husband and both boys devoured them. They're going in the rotation for sure!

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mamamia41128 January 14, 2012

What a fabulous, easy recipe. Dang you are right--slicing into rounds IS easier! I actually gave up on sweet potatoes b/c my knives weren't good enough (or maybe I need to lift more weights!)--to slice into fries. Next time I need to slice mine into thicker rounds; they baked a little more quickly than I thought. I used salt on our--maybe a little more seasoning would have helped. Ketchup goes great w/ these. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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LUVMY2BOYS September 06, 2011

Really good! I made 1/2 the batch with cinnamon sugar and the other 1/2 with plain salt. I definitely preferred it with the salt. I will make it again. Thanks!

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Wind in the Canyon February 23, 2011
Roasted Sweet Potato Fries or Rounds