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Spicy Sweet Potato Chips


Ingredients:
2 Sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into chips
Sea Salt
Black Pepper
2 tsp Dried Chilli
1 tsp Cumin
1 tsp Ground Coriander
2 Cloves of garlic, crushed
A few glugs of Olive Oil

Method:
Step 1: Preheat oven to 200c and throw the seasoning and oil over the chips in an oven proof pan
Step 2: Oven cook for 30 minutes until crispy and golden

Comments

  1. I like potatoes, but I do prefer the sweet potatoes over the white. I also love oven-fried taters, these look good :)

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  2. oooooohhhhhh yummy! I think the sweetness of sweet potatoes goes really well with spice.

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  3. sweet potato chips are becoming more & more common over here which makes me very happy

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  4. I make sweet potato fries about twice a month. I just love them! Oh and I would take a sweet potato over a regular potato any day of the week! :)

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  5. Count me in on those who love sweet potatoes. The oven fries look so good and I like the fact that you spiced them up a bit.

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  6. I've never been a fan of sweet potato - perhaps this could be the recipe to 'turn me'? It is a chip after all!

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  7. I will definitely be trying these. And sweet potatoes are much healthier than white potatoes.

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  8. sweet potatoes are better for you than regular potatoes. dd is always making sweet potato fries for her and her boyfriend.

    Great blog,

    Gill from Canada, originally from Britain.....

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  9. one of my favorite things to eat! They are the perfect snack, side, or even dinner.

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  10. Oh baby! I love sweet potato fries.

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  11. Mmm, I love using sweet potatoes. Your chips look perfect, I bet they taste delish!

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  12. I could eat a bowlful of those spicy sweet potato chips for lunch today they look so delicious.

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  13. sweet potatoes are terrific, and this is a fabulous way to use them! those spices are wonderful on so many things, but i've never tried them on sweet potatoes. great idea. :)

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  14. These look delicious. I make them occasionally but not with these spices. Will definitely be trying this out. :)

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  15. These sound great. I love how soft and creamy sweet potato goes when roasted. Like the spicy rub you gave them too

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