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Sweet Potato Snacks

Sweet potato-1
Salt to taste
Pepper powder to taste
Season Salt to taste
Parsley dry powder
Vegetable oil-2ts


  • Peel and wash sweet potato and cut them into long pieces just like french fries.
  • Cover baking tray with aluminium foil and grease it with vegetable oil.
  • Pre-heat the oven at 350F
  • Now take the Sweet potato pieces in a bowl and add little salt + Pepper powder and Vegetable oil and toss them so that the mixture coats them evenly.
  • Now transfer the potato slices to the baking tray and bake for 20-25min.
  • Remove them from the oven when the pieces turn medium Brown.
  • Take the pieces in a serving plate and add season salt and Parsley
  • Enjoy this tea time snack. kid's will love it. 

hope you like my recipe :)


  1. Perfect for those hunger pangs ~ love it :)
    US Masala

  2. i too made this yummy crsipy snack..yours look crispy n the addition of parsley :) so flavorful..

  3. Crispy this...

  4. Yummy and crispy fries, feel like munching some..

  5. Sweet potato fries is new to me! You have made it seem so easier too :) yummy fries!
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    btw my name is not swapna..I am Bharathy :)
    Swapna(my friend) and me submit our recipes in the portal 'cooking station' :)

  6. Baked sweet potato fries looks delicious. nice to have with coffee.

  7. wow looks so crispy and nice snack !!

  8. Lovely and crispy fries..perfect with tea.

  9. looks utterly yummy ...nice presentation.

    Tasty Appetite

  10. Utterly delicious:-)loved ur recipe:-)

  11. I make something similar and we love these. I want to try the recipe with your choice of spices. Thanks for sharing this.

  12. Oh, this looks delicious! So much healthier than frying :)


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