By AcadiaTwo on July 22, 2010
Photo by Debbwl
Photo by Debbwl
"This recipe is based on one by Maya's Mama which I have adapted to our taste. I use Krazy Mixed-up Salt & cinnamon to give these fries extra flavor. Enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (56 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Definitely 5 star! Our kind of food. DH and I adore cinnamon and sweet potatoes and this is perfect in every respect. Simple, beautiful, healthy, timing is right on, and delicious. I cut sweet potato into 1/2 inch pieces-like a steak fry and did reduce the oil by half-you need some oil so cinnamon has something to stick to. Thank you Acadia for a winner!"
"Well 3 of us gobbled up the lot and that I think says it all. Will cut my fries a bit thicker next though as some were definitely overcooked as in a little burnt but overall most had a slight crispness to them which I know is very hard to get in sweet potatoes. Thank you Acadia for a great sweet potato recipe."
"We loved these. They were so full of flavor and perfectly cooked. Made on small change which was to cut the olive oil to one and half tablespoons. The cinnamon adds a nice warmth to the sweet potatoes. Will be making again. Thanks so much for the post."
"These are delicious!! I added some organic garlic powder and cut back on the olive oil a bit, followed the timing and temp and the result was excellent. Next time, I think I'll try some five spice powder. Thanks, Acadia!"
"Yummy and a welcomed change from regular French fries. The oven temp was
increased to 375? and I subbed smoked salt for regular salt. I cut the slices
too thinly and they shriveled and I will remember not to make that mistake next time. Reviewed
for Veg Tag/February."
"I'm amazed at how well cinnamon complements sweet potatoes. Delicious! Made for Apr Veggie Swap."
"Cinnamon and sweet potatoes are a match made in heaven. I don't know why I had never thought to try cinnamon on sweet potato fries! These are so yummy and also very easy to prepare. Thank you!"