Crispy Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Buying fries at fast food joints are often greasy and salty. This recipe shows you how to make crispy baked fries made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are considered one of the world’s healthiest food. It is a root vegetable often known as yam and kumara. These vegetables are rich in fiber, beta-carotene, and carbohydrates. By baking them to make fries, you have a non-greasy snack that is 100% nutritious.

This recipe takes about 80 to 85 minutes to make. Servings depend on how many sweet potatoes you use.


• 2 large sweet potatoes
• 4 tsp of cornstarch
• 2 tsp of oil
• Half a tsp of garlic powder
• Cooking spray
• Salt


Preheat the oven to 425F.
Peel the potatoes into even strips.
Soak your potato strips in water for 45 minutes. Drain and pat dry with a towel.
In batches, place potato fries in a large airtight bag. Add cornstarch and toss the bag to coat all of the fries.
Transfer the fries into a big bowl. Season with garlic powder and oil.
Place your fries on a baking tray that has been coated with foil and coated with cooking spray.
Bake in the oven for 30 minutes. Flip the fries halfway through.
Remove from the oven and season with salt.
Allow fries to cool before serving.

Ideas And Tips:

• If you have a big batch of fries, make sure to divide them into batches when placing them in a bag to coat with cornstarch.

• To make sure that the fries bake evenly, make sure that there are spaces in between the fries when you line them up on the baking tray.

Crispy Baked Sweet Potato Fries
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