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Baked Sweet Potato Fries

I made these sweet potato fries last night to go along with a bowl of split pea soup and steamed Brussels sprouts. They were delicious as always with a crispy exterior and soft, creamy, sweet interior.

Sliced like thick sweet potato chips and baked on a lightly oiled baking sheet lined with tinfoil at ~450°F for about 8 minutes a side. Got a little burnt on the edges this time, but it’s all good. :)

Served with a tangy homemade ketchup made by combining tomato paste (1.5 oz), prepared horseradish (2-3 tsps), onion powder, an Italian herb blend, and adding water to reach the desired consistency.

A quick and easy treat before heading out to play poker with friends. Funny thing is they were just finishing up a dinner that included baked sweet potatoes!

2 Responses to “Baked Sweet Potato Fries”

  1. Minna says:

    Those looks amazing. A few years ago, I would have never considered making homemade fries. It just seemed like too much work.

    Now, I don’t usually even consider buying frozen fries. Hadn’t yet considered the idea of homemade ketchup (made to suit my own taste buds.) Hmmm, more experimenting in the kitchen.

  2. Lindy says:

    This pea soup, brussels sprouts, sweet potato fries and (homemade) ketchup combination really appeals to me. I keep reminding myself that many of the healthiest and tastiest meals are also the simplest.

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