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Whoever suggested lining the pan with aluminum foil can go jump in the lake. Terrible idea! The potatoes stick to the foil so you can't even scrape them out. What a waste.
The egg white is what keeps the fries from going limp, giving them their crispy texture, but when I make them, I turn them every five minutes to keep them from sticking. The pan still takes some clean-up, even with the non-stick coating, so I coat it with oil instead of Pam, which seems to help a little.
Fantastic! I was apprehensive about the spicy chili powder with the sweet potatoes but it turned out absolutely delicious! I used 3 tablespoons of egg beaters instead of the 1 egg white. We ate them up! Will definitely make again.
Quick and easy and very tasty. My fries did not get crispy, but they were very good. Thanks for the recipe
Fantastic recipe! I used parchment paper which made clean up easy Instead of mixing seasonings, I used Lawry's Season Salt. They came out great.
love the flavour but I too had a little problem with them sticking. we like them anyway, they do not crisp up as well as regular potato but enough. We enjoyed them and I will make them again, thanks for posting.
I LOVED the flavor of these fries... you do have to be extremely cautious in cooking them... I found that the potatoes didn't burn or even stick, BUT the coating burned... overall great flavor though!! Will definitely cook again!!!!!
Well they are tasty but they didn't crisp at all and stuck to the cookie sheet despite a generous spray of noncooking spray. I've had no luck getting crispy sweet potato fries regardless of the recipe I've used, however. Maybe i'll try parchment paper next time.
I used the egg white, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, paprika and kosher salt. Tossed it all together in a plastic bag. I sprayed parchment paper with olive oil spray (Pam will do to) and layed them out evenly. Ten minutes into cooking I turned them. They were pretty good!! You must used parchment paper or the NON stick tin foil would work too I'm sure, otherwise you will burn them and they will stick. 450 degrees for 20-25 min! They never got real crunchy, but they were so good dipped in buffalo sauce :)
Great recipe! I was out of onion powder, but didn't miss it. Added a splash of lime juice and about a tbsp olive oil. Also baked on parchment paper sprayed with PAM. Big hit with the whole family. Next time, hubby wants to try adding a few drops Tabasco (he uses Tabasco on almost everything).