thought these were good. didn't cook the sauce, just stirred the potatoes in it. i've never been able to have "crispy" baked sweet potato fries….i think it's just the way it is. some of the burnt ones were crispy tho !!! probably make these again.
I was disappointed - not much flavor. They don't get crisp. I'll stick to recipes that just use oli and spices in the future - easier and more flaovrful!
I will never buy frozen Alexa brand sweet potato fries again or any other frozen sweet potato fries for that matter! Delicious...no, they're not extra crispy, but the taste makes up for that. Served with CL Chipotle Chicken CheeseSteak sandwiches & steamed broccoli.
Really good taste. Could be more crisp but I know it's hard to get sweet potatoes crisp without burning. Love the bit of bite from the red pepper. Used my 6mm julienne disk on the food processor to save time with the cutting. Will make again.
The light juice dressing really worked. Very tasty. Plated with a small bit of reduced-sugar ketchup/sriracha. Served with CL's sesame green beans & NYT's shu mai-style burgers. Lots of color & flavor.
Very good taste, I agree cooking time is a little tricky, definitely depends of the size and uniformity of the fries. Another sprinkling of salt at the end of baking helps bring out the sweetness.
Had great taste but disappointed cooking time and trying to get them crispy.... definitely will have to tweak recipe to for crispiness.
These are the best ever... and my kids eat them and crave them!!
very good! my husband and i ate all of them in one sitting. he has requested a repeat of them.
I agree with the other reviews that getting them crispy was a bit of a challenge but I thought they were good anyway. Has anyone tried using canola oil instead. It may sound faux pax but I feel better using it.