Really Awesome. I found it was not necessary to put the potatoes in a plastic zip bag. Mixing them in a bowl did a good job too. I spit the brown sugar mixture with splenda.I also added 1/2 tsp of cinnamon to the mixture and it was fabu!
Very nice! I like that it cooks rather quickly. I added some cumin and ground coriander, too. Definitely a "make-again"!
Delicious! I used all of the ingredients, but I did not follow the exact directions. I mixed the butter, brown, sugar, and spices all together in a bowl and poured over the sliced sweet potatoes in the pan and tossed them together. I also baked mine longer than the suggested time because we like our roasted vegetables to get brown and slightly crispy at the edges. These were absolutely delicious though, and I will definitely make them again and again! Thank you so much for sharing!
Delicious. I tend to like sweeter with a little bit of heat, so I reduced the spicy ingredients a smidge. I baked for 25 minutes, which was two or three minutes too long, but the potatoes were still so good. I served these tossed with steamed cauliflower as a colorful and nutritious side dish. Thank you!
These are amazing. They were a huge hit at Easter dinner & I just cut the potatoes into strips/fries and grilled them on tinfoil on the grill outside & they were amazing!
Delicious! I made them for Easter dinner and they were great with ham. Everyone loved them. Just a quick note- don't ignore the part about spreading them in a SINGLE LAYER in the oven (like I did) or your cooking time will increase dramatically!
These were really good. The brown sugar overpowered the other spices, so next time I may add more of the others. Just the right amount of butter, if not too much. Thanks!
Kittencal...you rock! I've decided to skip researching the whole site and just search within your recipes. If you aren't a professional chef...then I believe you may have missed your calling:) Thank you so much for the inspiring recipes! Your recipes make me feel like I'm home even all the way over in Japan. Arigato gozaimus!:)
Loved it and was one of the crowd favorites at Thanksgiving. I used canola oil and not butter and 1 tsp chili powder, and tossed it in a large bowl instead of a baggie. It was nicely spicy but not too hot, and helped cut through the richness of the other foods. Plus it was simple to make, which is a plus in the midst of everything else. Will keep it in rotation for other evenings too!
Followed the recipe exactly for our Thanksgiving sweet potato dish and it was A HIT! Even hard core anti-sweet potato ppl were gobbling these up! Thanks!