Baked Vanilla Sweet Potato Fries

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Sweet Potato is loaded with beta-carotene - a carotenoid which is converted to Vitamin A in our bodies, and plays an important role in skincare.

Vitamin A is known to support healthy cell growth and the repair of damaged cells. This can help to make your skin maintain a fresh and renewed appearance. There is also evidence to suggest that this handy vitamin protects us against damage caused by the sun.

In addition to vitamin A, you can also find a decent amount of vitamin C in a sweet potato, which plays a vital role in the manufacturing of collagen, keeping your skin taught and strong.

For this reason, the sweet potato fry is a hit among healthy eaters; but another reason sweet potato fries are so popular these days is that they taste fantastic.

This recipe includes Madagascan ground vanilla pods, which give the fries a unique and exciting flavour that you simply won't be able to get enough of. They are also simple to make and a great way to give children a healthy treat that they will love.

  1. Chop the sweet potato into long and thin fry shapes leaving the skin on.
  2. Grease a baking dish with a thin layer of olive oil and lay the fries out.
  3. Dust the fries with the chilli powder, pepper, salt, garlic powder, and madagascan ground vanilla.
  4. Put in the oven at 200c for 30 minutes or until golden brown and crispy.
  5. Serve on their own, with a dip, or as a side dish. They go really well with a warm chicken salad.


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