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Spicy Oven Baked Vegetable Fries --

Spicy Oven Baked Vegetable Fries -- created by queenbeatrice

A healthier version of French Fries, the combination of sweet potatoes and turnips is a taste treat - even if you don't normally care for turnips. The combination makes a great sidedish to serve with pork tenderloin, if the vegetables are cut into chunks and baked. I've never tried adding garlic powder, but. . .

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  • Peel and cut the sweet potato and turnip into 1/4" strips.
  • Place in a bowl and sprinkle with the combined salt, chili powder and olive oil, turning to coat thoroughly.
  • Spread in one layer on a foil-lined cookie sheet with sides.
  • Bake 375 degrees, 12-15 minutes. Turn and bake an additional 12-15 minutes. Test to make sure they are cooked through.
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"A healthier version of French Fries, the combination of sweet potatoes and turnips is a taste treat - even if you don't normally care for turnips. The combination makes a great sidedish to serve with pork tenderloin, if the vegetables are cut into chunks and baked. I've never tried adding garlic powder, but. . ."
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  1. queenbeatrice
    Spicy Oven Baked Vegetable Fries -- Created by queenbeatrice
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  2. queenbeatrice
    Nice and Spicy and tasty. Thanks for posting :)
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  3. emmalee1942
    A healthier version of French Fries, the combination of sweet potatoes and turnips is a taste treat - even if you don't normally care for turnips. The combination makes a great sidedish to serve with pork tenderloin, if the vegetables are cut into chunks and baked. I've never tried adding garlic powder, but. . .
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