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#HotSummerEats: Sauceology Sweet Potato Fries #sponsor

I was inspired to make these sweet potato fries after smelling and tasting Island Thyme Herb Seaoning by Caribeque and Chai Curry 'Chup by Intensity Academy Gourmet Sauces. They are simple and I love that they are baked and not fried.


Ingredients
  • sweet potatoes, 1 person usually works well
  • olive oil
  • Island Thyme Herb Seasoning Blend*
  • Chai Curry 'Chup* for serving


Procedure
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. 

Cut them into fry-shaped pieces, trying to cut them into similarly sized pieces so the fries will bake evenly.

Place the fries in a large mixing bowl and pour in enough olive oil to lightly coat the fries. Dust with seasoning. Then, turn the fries onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Flatten them into a single layer without over-crowding.

Bake for 15 minutes, then flip the fries. Bake for another 10 to 15 more minutes, or until the fries are crispy.

Serve hot with some Chai Curry 'Chup by Intensity Academy Gourmet Sauces.

Thanks, Intensity Academy Gourmet Sauces and Caribeque* - just two of our #HotSummerEats sponsors - for ingredients used in this recipe. You can find Intensity Academy: on the web, on facebook, on twitter, on instagram, and on pinterest. You can find Caribeque: on the web, on facebook, on twitter, and on instagram.

 

*Full Disclosure: I received a bottle of Chai Curry 'Chup from Intensity Academy and Island Thyme Herb Seasoning Blend by Caribeque for participating in #HotSummerEats. Feel free to use whatever you have on-hand. I received no additional compensation for this post; all comments are 100% accurate and 100% my own.



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Disclaimer - Thank you to #HotSummerEats sponsors BenBella Vegan, Caribeque, Casabella, Gourmet Garden, Intensity Academy, Not Ketchup, Out of the Weeds. Pirate Jonny's, Quirk Books, Spicely Organics, T.Lish , and Voodoo Cheffor providing the prizes free of charge. These companies also provided the bloggers with samples and product to use for#HotSummerEats without additional compensation.All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. I was trying to decide how I would use the Chai Curry Chup, and love this idea!!! What a fun flavor addition to one of my favorite side options. Yum, Hugs, Terra

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  3. Yumm!! My husband loves, loves, loves sweet potato fries - we'll have to give some a try with the Chai Curry Chup. :)

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  4. Great idea to but Caribeque seasoning on sweet potato fries, these would be an instant hit in my household.

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