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Spicy Sweet Potato Wedges

danispies's picture
The Spiced Sweet Potato Wedges are something for which you can hold your patience. Baking potatoes and sweet potatoes has become my favorite way to enjoy a home made french fry (or wedge) that I can feel good about eating! Why don't you give it a try?
Ingredients
  Sweet potatoes 2 , peeled, cut into wedges
  Olive oil 1 Tablespoon
  Cumin 1 Teaspoon
  Paprika 1⁄2 Teaspoon, smoked
  Kosher salt 1⁄4 Teaspoon
  Garlic 2 Clove (10 gm)
  Garlic powder 1⁄4 Teaspoon
  Non fat greek yogurt 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
  White wine vinegar 1⁄2 Teaspoon
  Parsley 1 Tablespoon, chopped
  Salt 1 Pinch
Directions

1) Preheat oven to 400F.
2) Combine sweet potatoes, olive oil, spices and salt in a large bowl.
3) Toss until the sweet potatoes are evenly coated in the spice mixture.
4) Place potatoes on a rimmed baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes.
5) Remove from the oven and give the potatoes a flip.
6) Pop them back into the oven for another 15-20 minutes or until the potatoes are golden brown on the outside.
7) While the potatoes are cooking combine the garlic, garlic powder, yogurt, vinegar, parsley, and salt in a small bowl. Set it aside until your potatoes are ready to go.
8) Remove the potatoes from the oven and serve with the garlic yogurt dipping sauce. Enjoy!!

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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Channel: 
DiabeticLiving
Cuisine: 
American
Preparation Time: 
5 Minutes
Cook Time: 
35 Minutes
Ready In: 
40 Minutes
Servings: 
4
If you are crazy about homemade potato wedges, you should not miss this recipe. Spice up the sweet potato wedges and pop them inside the oven for baking. In this video, the chef also prepares a yummy dip to go with the baked wedges. Give it a try, you are definitely going to enjoy.

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3 Comments

Snowbaby 's picture
there is only one problem with this recipe.. they are Yams, Not Sweet Potatoes. Sweet Potatoes are yellowish, off white, not ORANGE. Yams are orange. Yams have too much sugar, Sweet Potatoes are really good & nutritious for you.
jrbales54's picture
Other than that, what did you think about the recipe? Was it good? Was there anything you would add or change? Based on your description I don't think I've ever seen an actual sweet potato in my area of the country, only yams.
Astrid's picture
This recipe is awesome! All four of my children and husband liked it too. My only caveat is to go lightly on the raw garlic. I had to buy more yogurt and add it to the original sauce to mellow it out; it was really hot! The bag of organic sweet potatoes that I purchased from Trader Joe's are orange and labeled as sweet potatoes. From Bon Appetit: In the United States, the term "yam" is usually mistakenly used to label orange-fleshed sweet potatoes. Yams—thick, white tubers with little flavor—are actually not related to sweet potatoes at all. Sweet potatoes originated in South America and come in dozens of varieties; the orange-fleshed ones in question are only eaten in the United States. Yams, on the other hand, are rarely available in the United States, though they are popular in South and Central America, the West Indies, many Pacific islands, and parts of Asia and Africa. Orange-fleshed sweet potatoes have a rich, sweet flavor; yams are particularly bland, starchy vegetables that are best used as a background for more flavorful accompaniments. Sweet potatoes typically have a smooth skin, while the skin of yams is rough and somewhat shaggy.