Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Curry Powder Print Recipe Print Recipe

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Thin crispy slices of sweet potatoes, sprinkled with curry powder is like candy to me! These can act as a healthy version of a french fry, served with veggie or regular burgers. Another idea, serve along side a piece of grilled or roasted chicken or fish. Delicious! Often times I’ll cut up 2-3 sweet potatoes/yams for this recipe so there’s enough to snack on the next day. Thankfully my husband won’t go near sweet potatoes, yams or squash so I don’t need to hide them. Like I said, it’s like candy to me.

Roasted Sweet Potatoes with curry powder

Ingredients

  • sweet Potatoes &/or yams
  • olive oil
  • curry powder – season to taste
  • sea salt

Directions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cover baking sheet(s) with foil. Cut sweet potatoes into thin rounds and half them or julienne for sweet potato fries. Place potatoes into a large ziplock, drizzle in the olive oil, curry powder and salt. Seal bag before shaking the ingredients – mixing everything together. Lay the slices of potatoes onto a baking sheet and add salt and more curry powder if needed – I like them coated. Roast for 30-40 minutes or until nice & crispy.

Allow 5-10 minutes to cool before you begin snacking!

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  • http://www.cupcakesandcutlery.blogspot.com Sharon Garofalow

    Oh my gosh! I never thought of curry powder on sweet potatoes! That sounds delicious. I’ll be giving this a try next week (we just had sweet pots yesterday :) . Yes, due to your blog alone I am on track to gain 309 pounds.

  • http://www.winedinetv.com WineDineDivas

    Fantastic Idea to put curry on the sweet potatoes or yams! Have to try it soon.
    Cheers:)
    Judit & Corina

  • http://twitter.com/mickeydownunder Joanne T Ferguson

    G’day! I will be making this tomorrow and love the roasted sweet potato and will be using roasted curry powder too! Thanks for inspiring me to do!

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