A few weekends ago, Kevin and that i met a couple of buddies in a brewery in downtown Baltimore. We purchased some beer, shared a couple of snacks, even though browsing recption menus for dessert (always dessert) – our waitress recommended a plate from the yams fries.
She stated the fries are among their most widely used dessert products. These fries, covered two times with cinnamon sugar, are offered having a lip-smackin’ sweet vanilla icing dip. There’s no crumb left, she states. Well, twist my arm. Let’s order ’em.
Veggies for DESSERT.
We purchased a plate and within one minute, the fries were gone. Cinnamon sugar covered our fingers and that i considered licking home plate clean, simply to be reminded i was in public places.
Today I’m getting a baked form of their most widely used dessert. However these aren’t just regular cinnamon sugar yams fries! No no no. I brush all of them with a little melted coconut oil, coat them two times having a heavy dose of sugar, along with a generous spicy-sweet layer of cinnamon. The very best darn method to eat your potassium and fiber should you request me.
You’ll begin planning the cinnamon sugar yams fries just how you prepare my regular yams fries. Clean and peel some sweet taters. The quantity of taters is dependent on the number of fries you need to make. For us, I usually use 2-3 large sweet taters. Guideline: about 1 potato per hungry person.
Cut them into french fry shapes having a very sharp knife. I love to cut the fries to become a little thin. Not shoestring-style and never too thick. About 1/4 inch wide. Don’t take into account cutting them perfectly. Everyone will taste good… the strange formed ones.
Here’s a trick I’ve learned: toss your fries in a little corn starch immediately after you slice them. Why? This produces a really thin layer of coating which will help the fries get crispy within the oven. You would like corn starch to visit to the fries prior to the oil and cinnamon sugar.
Listed here are the fries covered with corn starch (left). And again after I’ve gently covered all of them with coconut oil and spread with cinnamon sugar (right). If you don't have coconut oil, you can utilize essential olive oil. Your fries won't taste like coconuts if you are using coconut oil, take it easy. You simply need 2 Tablespoon per 3 taters for any light coating.