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Delicious! I think the real star here is the spicy mayo dip. Oh my gosh, it is so yummy! I used Vegenaise (a vegan version of mayo..it is surprisingly good). I couldn't get the chipotle in a adobo sauce but found a small can of chipotle in adobo salsa - so I used 2 T. of that and it was fantastic. No need to chop up a chipotle! The sweet potato fries were very tasty with the spices, but I think I'll just do them plain with olive oil and kosher salt next time. I think that would go perfectly with the dipping sauce. By the way, I ended up using the leftover dip as a salad dressing!

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LifeIsGood February 10, 2011

My family had an OMG foodie moment. I followed the recipe except for adding a little brown sugar when mixing with the oil. The complexity of the flavors...fennel, oregano, coriander, combined with the chipotle mayo was phenomenal. Made me wish I were born Mexican. Buena! Hijole!! Don Quixote!!! ...or something like that.

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gailanng December 26, 2010

I had been craving this Chipotle Mayo Dip I had at a restarant called Hell's Kitchen while visiting Minneapolis. I just buy the Sweet Potato Fries at Costo-- and use this dip! It tastes very close to Hell's Kitchens dip! I love it--
I used Chipotle Sauce (found at Kroger stores), Cumin, Mayo and added 1 Tbsp. chopped cilantro! So yummy ! Thanks!

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NicoleLarson December 11, 2010

Made w/o the pepper flakes, adobo & tobassco sauces - my toddlers loved 'em and so did my husband and I.

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RussianMama May 21, 2010

Only made the sauce to go with a different sweet potato recipe, and the sauce was outstanding!

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Meekocu2 May 13, 2010

Yummy, the fries were great and the Mayo fabulous, although I did not add the Tabasco as I thought it would be hot enough. Thanks

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Laureen in B.C. January 16, 2010

We love love love sweet potato fries, and I make them all the time with different seasoning combinations. I really wanted to like this. I really did. The fries were fine, it was the mayonnaise that was off. We found the smoky spicy flavor of the chipotles was not something we cared for. I'm sure if you like chipotles, then this recipe is delicious. I do love trying new things, and now I know not to try things with chipotles :) Thanks!

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hunny bunny December 21, 2009

These fries are fantastic. Loved the spices and the chipotle mayo was exceptional!

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iris5555 November 29, 2009

Soo Yummy! Made as posted except for the fennel, wasn't sure if I would like it or not. Cooked the fries at 500 for about 30 min and they were perfect! Just the right amount of crispness. DO NOT make these without the chipotle mayo-it definitely MAKES the dish!

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Meredith .F November 26, 2009
Sweet Potato Fries With Chipotle Mayonnaise (Yam Fries)