21 Reviews

I loved being able to grill the sweet potato slices! I had a little problem getting them cooked soft enough without burning. I might use indirect heat and cook a bit longer next time. Also, personal preference, I might add less vinegar and more ketchup. I'll be making these again. Thank you!

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LifeIsGood May 04, 2015

Great sweet potatoes, indeed ... grilled them I made a little bit extra sauce with 1 tablespoon tangy BBQ sauce, and 2 tablespoons ketchup.. turned out very nice, and with some extra sauce we cut the potatoes up, and used as a dipping sauce

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weekend cooker August 06, 2014

Loved being able to cook these on the grill alongside my meat! My grill was at medium for the chicken, but the potatoes seemed to want to burn before getting quite soft enough. (Tried to photograph the ones that weren't too brown!) I really enjoyed this different sweet potato recipe, and loved the fat content!

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breezermom October 12, 2010

For me this was good but not great. The ketchup, etc. didn't really add any flavor. I think the potatoes would have been just as good grilled plain.

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WW Girl September 09, 2010

We being 3 (the DS DM and me)really enjoyed these tonight with Fish With Macadamia Butter Sauce. I did divert a litte in that I just tossed the potato slices in the mix and then grilled on a electrical ridged grill and they took nearly 30 minutes to cook through (though I think some of my slices were on the thick side) - if doing again. with the method I would par cook the slices (in the microwave) to bring them into the specified cook time on the method I used. We thorougly enjoyed with our Fish With Macadamia Butter Sauce 380218 with steamed bok choy leaves. Thank you TeresaS made for I Reccommend (recommend by (AZPARZYCH).

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I'mPat September 08, 2010

This was very very good. Especially with no added sugar. Thanks

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Chef Stiles September 03, 2010

These were tasty! I scaled it back to 2 servings since they are not loved (sweet potatoes) by anyone besides me. Next time I think I may add a little splenda to the sauce to make it a little sweeter; the tang from the ketchup was a little too much for me. Made for PRMR.

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AZPARZYCH July 16, 2010

We didn't really care for this dish. There didn't seem to be enough sauce to really coat all the sweet potato slices and the edges burned before the middle became soft. If I were to make this again I would parboil the sweet potatoes first. I thought the sauce was a bit heavy on the Worcestershire sauce as well. It was fun trying this recipe though. It's great to see WW recipes on zaar!

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zaar junkie June 05, 2010

Delicious sweet potato side dish. Since there is still a couple of feet of snow on the ground, I baked them in the oven for 40 minutes at 400 F and broiled them the last 5 or so minutes do get them crispy. Made for Potluck tag 2010.

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AcadiaTwo February 20, 2010

Tasty potatoes, flavorful and easy to make! I just mixed the sauce ingredients in a big bowl, then tossed my potato slices in there until they were well coated. DH doesn't like sweet potatoes so I used a regular potato for him and that was great too. Thanks for posting this recipe!

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loof August 24, 2009
Ww Crispy Barbecued Sweet Potatoes