After the light lasagna from last time, I now have a recipe for light fries. Fries are on almost everyone’s favorites list. Same with me, and preferably with a big dollop of mayo.
I think they taste delicious, and indeed a little sweet. That’s why I thought it would be nice to make a fresh yogurt dip with it. This combo was really great. Even Eric chose this dish over chips from the snack bar. Because the ‘potatoes’ are not fried, it is a bit more difficult to get them crispy. They tend to soften quickly in the oven, so here are a few helpful tips:
- Do not put the sweet potato fries on top of each other on the baking sheet and keep enough space between them. Bake them in 2 rounds if desired.
- Use a baking tray with small holes, this allows the moisture to escape better and the sweet potato fries become crispy.
- Turn on the grill for the last few minutes
- Do not use too much or too little olive oil, but just enough so that the chips have a nice shine.
Oh yes, sweet potatoes come in different varieties. Most are orange in color but you also have sweet potatoes that are white. In total, this recipe gives you 356 calories per person. If you want to complete the meal with a chicken skewer, you will arrive at a total of 486 calories .
I have used the following resources: calorie checker and calorie list
Sweet potato fries with chicken skewer
170 gr Greek yogurt 0%
Small bunch of fresh coriander
150 gr chicken breast
½ bell pepper
100 gr mushrooms
You can wash the sweet potatoes alone or peel them if you prefer. Cut them into long strips about 1 cm thick. Place them in a bowl of water for about half an hour. This pulls the starch out so that your fries become crispy. Heat the oven to 220 degrees. Meanwhile, make the yogurt dip; grate the lime and mix the zest with a little juice of the lime into the yogurt. Finely chop the coriander and mix with the yogurt. Season with a little black pepper. Pat the fries dry and place them in a large bowl. Mix in the olive oil, paprika and cumin and toss the fries well.
Sprinkle with cornflour and toss well. Spread the fries on a baking tray lined with baking paper or a baking tray with small holes. Bake the sweet potato fries for about 25 minutes. Turn the fries once or twice while baking. Serve with the fresh yogurt dip.
Are you still looking for something delicious to go with sweet potato fries? These easy chicken skewers have about 130 calories each. Cut the chicken and bell pepper into cubes and thread them together with the mushrooms on a skewer. Sprinkle with a little salt and pepper and fry them in a pan until tender and nicely browned all over.
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