Recipe by Bryan Correia
"Easy to make baked sweet potato fries served with a zesty curry ketchup dipping sauce. These fries are simply amazing!"
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2 (1 pound)
sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch thick wedges
extra-virgin olive oil
green onions, chopped
mild curry powder
Added more curry powder to the ketchup, but that's a personal taste preference. I cooked the potatoes for close to 30 minutes to get crisp fries. Nice, the curry ketchup really is the focal point on this recipe.
Like the reviewer before me, I also ended up roasting the sweet potatoes longer. About 35 minutes.THey looked crisp but still were not crunchy by any means. Think you have to batter them for that to work out?
As far as the dip, I did make a few changes and it was so amazing, I ran out of sweet potatoes and started looking for other things to dip in it in the fridge (settled on sweet mini peppers.. also a great pairing)! Here is what I did differently: I heated the oil, then added 1 clove of minced garlic, and 1 shallot chopped about 30 seconds after the garlic. I had made breaded tenderloin in the pan just before, so that have contributed to the flavor. After sauteeing for about 3 minutes I added a scoop (maybe 1/2 tablespoon) of red curry paste as I could not find my curry powder. I mixed it in well then spooned it all out into a bowl and added about 1/2 cup of ketchup. I then found the curry powder and added a dash or two. OMG is all I can say, it was amazing!
Interesting...I've actually never had Sweet Potato's. Granted I'm embarrassed and humbled by that. I wasn't looking for a candied type recipe...shooting more for a vegetable thing. I added a couple cloves or smashed, diced garlic to the dip without looking at the limited number of reviews. Added more Curry as well...plus a bit of Turmeric (I have no idea about what I was trying to do). I used less salt than called for on the SPF (sweet potato fries) plus used some Smoked Paprika in the sauce vs regular Paprika (don't ask me why). I just flipped them after 15 minutes...stay tuned. They smell good. I also have continued to add MORE Curry to the sauce to the possible point of too much, be sure to taste the sauce as you're going. The result is very good for my first time with Sweet Potato's. BTW, the were the most red ones of 3 varieties at the grocery store (more Vit A).
Everyone in the house came to the kitchen when I started heating the curry and green onions - the aroma was amazing! As the other reviewers stated, I had to roast the sweet potatoes longer too. Overall, it was a great side recipe when you're in the mood for a little something different. It went great with our BBQ!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Sweet Potato Fries with Curry Ketchup
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 65
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