Idea started from a recipe on the back of a package of pre-cut yam fries found in the produce section. That version used lime and cilantro, which I think would be a great combo, the difference would be that you'd wait to toss in the cilantro until the very end. Their cooking time was also way off, although with something like fries different ovens can make a big difference.
Oh my gosh, these are delicious and so tasty and so easy to make. My sister made these to go with Parmesan crusted chicken and I could not stop eating them!! The recipe is from CDKitchen. Much healthier for you.
Yeah, I'm on a diet, but this is still kinda sorta diet food. What? You can't cut oils and fat out completely, I've seen what that does to people and it ain't pretty. Trust me, you'll love this and have less guilt in the morning.
This is why I love Group Recipes! Last night I was avoiding the kitchen because I had no idea what to make. Enter Lux's http://www.grouprecipes.com/123862/vegetarian-yam-fry.html, and when I realized I had a yam to use up, suddenly I was excited! I ended changing things up a little so I could use what I had laying around, and boy was the outcome delicious. I tweaked enough that I thought this version was definitely worth sharing as well. Thanks Lux!
Taste of 2008! This is a nice change from regular fries and these definitely will tempt your taste buds. Served along with a nice spicy chipotle mayonnaise it satisfies many cravings! Although these fries are done in the oven if you prefer you can deep fry for a more crispy effect. Enjoy!