Oven Baked Idaho and Sweet Potato-Cut Fries
Oven Baked Idaho and Sweet Potato-Cut Fries are spicy tasty fries without the frying! These are fresh Idaho and sweet potatoes that are cut into French-fries size, topped with olive oil and spicy seasonings. An easy recipe to make and bake, and one your family will definitely love!
Everyone loves French fries in my family. But as we all know, frying means more work, more cleanup and staying close to the stove at all times.
That’s why I chose to bake them this time. Baked in the oven with multiple spices, gives them their full flavor and spicy kick! No one even noticed or complained they weren’t fried. They loved them!
Oven Baked Idaho and Sweet Potato-Cut Fries turned out to be SO flavorful. No need to have the Ketchup on the table, at least no one asked for it this time.
This is much better recipe and a healthier one too! A nice change from frying potatoes and much less work and faster cleanup.
You may also try using your own variations of herbs and spices to your liking.
Oven Baked Idaho and Sweet Potato Fries
4 Sweet Potatoes- peeled, sliced 1/4″ thick into fries
2 Idaho Potatoes -peeled, sliced 1/3″thick into fries
1 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. onion powder
1/8 tsp. chili pepper
1/4 tsp. red pepper
1/8 tsp. black pepper
1/8 tsp. cumin
1/2 tsp. oregano
1/2 tsp. rosemary
5 Tbsp. of olive oil
3 Tbsp. of butter – chopped
cooking spray oil
Preheat Oven 450 degrees. In a nonstick 18 x12 roasting pan.
Spray generously with cooking oil.
Place potato fries into roasting pan.
Scatter all the seasonings.
Mix with hands to flavor all the potatoes well.
Spread pieces of butter over the potatoes.
Drizzle olive oil over the top.
Bake potatoes for 35-45 minutes, depending on your oven.
Shake the pan every 15 minutes to turn them.
Turn off oven, and leave them with the door remained closed for additional 15 minutes.
Remove and place them onto a serving dish and serve!
Thanks Tricia 🙂
These really do look fantastic and the spice combo sounds wonderful! Great photos too – a homerun!
what a wonderful side dish. Full of flavor and yummy veggies! I am in!