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Savory Sweet Potato Sticks
      #18316 - 08/23/03 04:48 PM
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I have not tried these yet, but they look like they were made for the IBS diet! If anyone tries them before I do, please let me know how they turn out.

Savory Sweet Potato Sticks
From Favorite Brand Name's Light Cooking

3 medium sweet potatoes (about 1 1/2 lbs)
3 cups Kellogg's« Rice Krispies« cereal, crushed to 3/4 cup
1/2 tsp garlic salt
1/4 tsp onion salt
1/8 tsp cayenne
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
2 egg whites
2 Tbsp water
Salsa (optional)

1. Wash potatoes & cut lengthwise into 1/2" slices. Cut slices into 1/2" strips. Set aside.

2. In shallow pan or plate, combine Kellogg's« Rice Krispies« cereal & spices. Set aside. Place flour in second shallow pan or plate. Set aside. Beat together egg whites & water. Set aside. Coat potatoes with flour, shaking off excess. Dip coated potatoes in egg mixture, then coat with cereal mixture. Place in single layer on foil-lined baking sheet coated with cooking spray.

3. Bake at 400║F about 30 minutes or until lightly browned. Serve hot with salsa, if desired.

Makes 15 servings.
Prep Time: 25 minutes
Bake Time: 15 mintues

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Re: Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #18343 - 08/23/03 06:54 PM
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Now these sound very interesting....

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Re: Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #18362 - 08/23/03 10:19 PM
KinOz

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These sound delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #98547 - 08/15/04 07:15 PM
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Gosh... I forgot about this one too! I'm gonna have to try this one still.

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Re: Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #273870 - 07/13/06 11:35 AM
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I still have not tried this yet...has anyone else tried and if so, did you peel them first? I know you don't have to....just wondering how they turned out. Thinking about serving them with Shell's Turkey Meatloaf.

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Re: Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #273894 - 07/13/06 01:43 PM
chupie

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Gee they sure sound good. Glad you brought it to the top. I would peel them since you do the crispy coating.

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Re: Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #273915 - 07/13/06 04:14 PM
jules

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I've tried baking sweet potatos in the oven before and they were a disaster. Never got crispy and were even mushy. If someone tries this and they turn out, let us know your secret!!

BTW, my 'disaster' fries still tasted yummy!

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Reday made Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #279864 - 08/24/06 05:20 PM
chupie

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I've been eating these and they are absolutely delish. I bake them and they get slightly crunchy.

http://www.alexiafoods.com/products/Julienne_fries.php

I find them in the health food or organic section of my supermarket or the frozen section at the health food store. I know Albertson's carries some of these products. They're wonderful!!!!

Tonight I had them with boiled chicken dipped in an organic bbq sauce.

Edited by chupie (08/24/06 05:20 PM)

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Re: Reday made Savory Sweet Potato Sticks new
      #340112 - 12/28/08 06:10 PM
Meower55

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The link here didn't work (http://www.alexiafoods.com/products/Julienne_fries.php)

Found this at Alexia's web site; it might be the one originally linked. It looks good, but a bit high in fat content. (OK with a high soluble fiber meal?)

http://www.alexiafoods.com/product_info.html?product_id=20 Alexia Foods Product Info for Alexia Sweet Potato Julienne Fries

I haven't tried them yet.

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