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Are you looking for a new recipe to boost up your dinner routine? If you need a fairly simple side dish and don’t care for the usual deep-fried options, consider making a batch of these Oven-Baked Sweet Potato Fries. They are a fair bit lighter than your usual French fries and can be made in well under an hour.
Though I have eaten plenty of “regular” French fries in my time, I always thought that sweet potato fries had a richer flavor, and despite having a rather Southern character, they go well with main dishes from a wide variety of culinary backgrounds. The carbs in them are also considered to be healthier, and by baking them instead of frying them, you can minimize the “bad” fats as well, without compromising the richness of flavor.
Recipe courtesy of Sarah’s Cucina Bella
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Quick tip: Baking times may vary! You may need to increase the time to achieve desired doneness.