Top-ranked recipe named "Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges"
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"I loved this! I was out of curry powder, so I added a little cinnamon and a little mace. It isn't a sweet recipe, but a savory one. It's healthy and easy. We'll be having this one often.
I did not add the cornmeal as the person did who posted the photo. Mine looks a little less crumbly and a little darker brown because of the cinnamon."
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Cut sweet potatoes in half lengthwise; cut each half lengthwise into 6 wedges. Combine sweet potatoes and remaining ingredients in a bowl; toss gently to coat. Place wedges on a baking sheet (do not overlap); bake at 425 degrees for 25 minutes or until very tender. Yield: 4 servings (serving size: 6 wedges). CALORIES 101 (13% from fat) FAT 1.5g; PROTEIN 1.5g; CARB 20.9g; FIBER 2.7g; CHOL 0mg; IRON 0.7mg; SODIUM 158 mg; CALC 22mg. Recipe by: Cooking Light, September 1997, page 136 Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #776 by Terry & Kathleen Schuller
softnsugary 1 year ago
pamseeger 1 year ago
timgraham1 1 year agoAbsolutely wonderful recipe for sweet potatoes. Simple and tasty, I would not change a thing about the recipe.
darrenphughes 2 years agoNot bad at all if you like spicy. I might try it without the cloves next time.
gordonmacdonald 2 years agoVery easy to make, not the same as the photo though!
Kris0125 3 years agoI only had salt,pepper,curry powder and oil, but this recipe tasted great!
Melsargent 3 years agoWhen I did the mix and had a taste I have to admit I had my doubts but when they had finished roasting they tasted amazing. Will be doing this one again for sure.
Arvan43 4 years agoI added bread crumbs since they didn't look like the picture. The curry was a little much for my family. They were great with ketchup. We might try the cinnamon idea next time. Thanks for the idea.
claud1a22 4 years agospicey
lagataverde 4 years agoReally good, but be careful not to overseason... a little bit goes a long way.