I am not a fan of added sugar on sweet potatoes of any kind. Home Recipes Meal plans Recipe of the day Videos. xReplyCancel, Hey Naomi! I’m loving the sound of the miso gravy and this just screams pure comfort and deliciousness to me- can’t wait to try this, mmmm! 1 1/2 tbsp olive oil Place sweet potato fries on sheet pan. Cooking time is 18 to 24 minutes. I love sweet potato fries, and garlic just tastes amazing with anything. I made a similar dish the other night using vegan mushroom gravy, but I feel like miso would be incredible!! Temperature and cooking time. Preferably while making it. Sweet potato fries and miso – count me IN!ReplyCancel, New flavors, new season, holla! -LReplyCancel. I actually picked up the Westbrae miso in the USA on a recent trip. hope you’re having a good start to the month <3ReplyCancel, So excited that you listened to the podcast, girl! I like that you stay authentic though. I’ve never had normal gravy on chips before because it never appealed to me, but man oh man I will be making this to go on everything now! Crispy Sweet Potato Fries! :)ReplyCancel, Would it be wrong to call this poutine? Best Baked Sweet Potato Fries, serves 2-3 as a side dish. Love your podcast last week. It’s gonna be that kind of post… I’ve been working on these. Super into the sound of this miso gravy – can’t wait to try it. Oct 25, 2017 - Did you see my Instagram post last week? I just had to comment on this one though – I lived in Vancouver for a year around the corner from the Naam and have been craving their Miso gravy ever since. xxReplyCancel, All of my favorite foods. Most of the time they just come out like roasted sweet potatoes in a french fry shape, which is great in its own way, but not what we're looking for. Also, I know it’s not a real barrier, but it feels like a big deal to break the Insta-barrier and say hi over here on your gorgeous blog. 1 tsp chili paste/sriracha I cannot wait to try this. This recipe is the bomb! Maybe pepper in some descriptors like “GENIUS”, “30 minute”, and “crave-worthy” and you’d be almost there. That gravy is A++. ingredients: salt + pepper to taste Take it off the heat and strain it through a fine mesh sieve. No corn starch or cornmeal-coating situation either. Bake until tender and golden brown, turning occasionally. We live really close to a border crossing, so we make fancy grocery runs sometimes ;) One of our favorite recipes using this beloved tuber is our Twice Baked Savory Sweet Potato Casserole. fries etc. Recipe from Good Food magazine, April 2016. Yah? 10.24.17 Keep up the super amazing-ness, Laura.ReplyCancel, Yes! So good. Spread the sweet potatoes evenly onto the baking pans, being careful not to overcrowd the pans (the fries shouldn’t touch each other). Required fields are marked *, This could be a perfect recipe for my bf : fries + gravy – he always need a sauce to dip his food, and I have no experience with sauces :P It will be also perfectly healthy for the boring gal – me :D !ReplyCancel, This is one of the easiest and most flavourful sauces I make–definitely foolproof if you’re not too experienced with sauce-making. Thanks for the great recipe! Cheers.ReplyCancel, Hi Lisa, you don’t sound nitpicky or uptight at all! And some yummy superfood lattes in our hands? You always make easy stuff seem fancy/impressive though ;) xoReplyCancel, Laura, just listed your podcast with Jessica while sitting in my cube at work! Add the coconut milk and kale to the pot and stir. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Spread the sweet potatoes in an even layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Perfectly Crispy Sweet Potato Fries. I didn’t have any sweet potato so made potato, parsnip and carrot fries and was also delicious.ReplyCancel, This is heaven! I’ve also read that King Arthur’s gluten-free all purpose flour mix is excellent for making gravy/thickened sauces.

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