Cutting Sweet Potato Fries – Video Post

Marcie asked about cutting sweet potato fries and I thought it was a great idea for a quick video! Sorry, no toddler this time around. Don’t worry he’ll be back!

For my Curried Sweet Potato Fries Recipe click here.

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  1. arabella

    hello Roni,
    love your websites. I have been checking your recipes ideas for a while now, and I noticed you did not add the Beef Stroganoff dish to the new greenlitebites. that was one of my favorites, and I hope to see it again soon (I cannot find it anymore in my very disorganized recipes box … 3 kids under 6, don’t ask …)

    ciao, arabella

  2. Bonnie

    Great video Roni…..again! I’m going to have to try these, since the delicata squash is nowhere to be found in the grocery stores now. I miss those!

  3. Dani

    I love sweet potato fries…really I love anything that is “fry” like;). I make them ALL the time! They really are too good to be so good for us:).

  4. JennDZ_The LeftoverQueen

    Great video Roni! I really enjoyed it! Hope you are feeling better!

    I love sweet potato fries. I make them all the time, but have never made them with curry – I usually use either rosemary or thyme or both. But I am SO doing curry next! Sounds wonderful!!

    Welcome to The Foodie Blogroll!

  5. karen

    We are eating sweet potatoe plant leaves like spinach.
    Turned on to this by a friend.
    He gets the plants from an orentel(sorry not sure of spelling) family. I have tried to find out are they just plain sweet potatoe plants or a special sweet potato plant???? They are very yummy. You keep the plnats over the winter to set out in the spring.
    Can any one help me?

  6. Mike

    Wow! Great video. Definitely good advice about varying sizes… no need to get obsessed with it – you can make a great looking dish with a bunch of wedges. I like to dip in ranch sauce when it’s all ready…

  7. Brittany

    Thank you so much for taking the time to explain how to make/cut different foods that I tend to avoid because I don’t know what I’m doing!!

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