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Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries

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It’s spiralize time yet again, and this time we’re making Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries (that just so happen to be perfectly crispy!) Oh, and I happened to make a curry aioli sauce as a topping for these sweet potato fries, too. You just happen to be scoring really BIG right now.

It has been such an exciting week for me. I was given the opportunity to takeover the Whole30 Instagram page for the entire week! I was able to share my favorite Whole30 compliant recipes, shopping tips & tricks, and ingredient meals with their community and it proved to be incredibly rewarding.

These Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries are perfectly crisp and pair so well with the Curry Aioli Sauce and green onions I paired with it! Healthy & delicious.

Let me tell you something: THAT is a community that they have going on. If I posted anything that may have been in a “grey” area, people were quick to call me out and ask me follow-up questions. No, I didn’t get annoyed. Quite the opposite, actually- it made me really excited to see how passionate people are about eating well and sticking to the foundations Whole30 has laid out. There was an open line of communication created between myself and their readers, and I hope that my week of sharing made (at least some) peoples’ journeys more enjoyable and delicious.

These Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries are perfectly crisp and pair so well with the Curry Aioli Sauce and green onions I paired with it! Healthy & delicious.

It was right before I started the takeover that I had made spiralized sweet potato fries. They turned out even more delicious than I imagined they would be. I didn’t get a chance to post the recipe before my takeover, so they’re showing up fashionably late to the party. That’s okay though because these spiralized sweet potato fries are the guest of honor. In fact, they’re the most beautiful girl in the room, at that party. I’m not sure when or why I decided that spiralized sweet potato fries had a gender, but I do know why they’re female.

They’re equal parts: gorgeous, sassy and powerful. They’re packed with yummy nutrients like Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and manganese. The curry aioli sauce they’re topped off with is just an insane accompaniment to really bring these fries to another level of stardom. The curry aioli sauce is made with the Homemade Paleo Mayonnaise I posted about last week (did you guys see my first recipe video?!) Be sure to check it out- I had a blast making it!

These Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries are perfectly crisp and pair so well with the Curry Aioli Sauce and green onions I paired with it! Healthy & delicious.

If you’re having guests over who may be have never tried spiralized roots or vegetables before, be sure to make these spiralized sweet potato fries. They will be completely over the moon about them and will probably leave with your Inspiralizer in hand. Oh, and they’ll definitely ask for seconds and thirds. They won’t be shy.


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Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries

Ingredients
Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries
Curry Aioli Sauce
Info
Cook Time 26 minutes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
Votes: 2
Rating: 5
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Recipe Notes

Oven baking times may vary, as all ovens are slightly different. Keep an eye on the fries, and as soon as they start looking light brown around the edges, pull them out!

Info
Cook Time 26 minutes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
Votes: 2
Rating: 5
You:
Rate this recipe!
Recipe Notes

Oven baking times may vary, as all ovens are slightly different. Keep an eye on the fries, and as soon as they start looking light brown around the edges, pull them out!

Ingredients
Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries
Curry Aioli Sauce
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Set aside.
  2. Thoroughly scrub the sweet potatoes and dry them well. Cut off each end to make a flat surface to attach to the prongs of the Inspiralizer.
  3. Secure Inspiralizer to the counter top with the designated suction cups and clamps and attach the potato, centered and parallel to the countertop. Be sure to place the larger end on the prongs.
  4. Twist the handle to make the fries. If your fries aren't spiralizing into long spirals anymore, reattach and center your potato again.
  5. Clean out potato and remove core from the spiralizer.
  6. Drizzle sweet potato fries with avocado oil and lightly toss to coat.
  7. Shake sea alt over fries, to your taste preference. Don't get too heavy-handed as the aioli will be quite savory, as well.
  8. Bake for 26-30 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool. They will firm up and get crispy as they sit out. Give them a good 20 minutes.
  9. Prepare the aioli sauce. Go ahead and make the Homemade Paleo Mayonnaise first!
  10. Stir in the rest of the ingredients, except the water.
  11. Add 1 tablespoon of water at a time, until the aioli sauce reaches your desired consistency (aka, it becomes pourable!) You may need up to 2 tablespoons!
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6 comments

  • Tracey C.

    January 8, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    Wow! Looks AMAZING!!

  • plasterer bristol

    January 17, 2017 at 9:22 am

    Great recipe. Ours turned out great. Thanks for sharing. Simon

  • Ann

    May 3, 2017 at 5:21 pm

    Delicious!! Wish I had made more!!!. What brand spiralizer did you use? My was hard to turn and the fries were very skinny.

    1. The Movement Menu

      May 8, 2017 at 9:57 pm

      Hi there. I use the Inspiralizer. My old paderno spiralizer couldn’t handle sweet potatoes very well, so I upgraded. It’s the best spiralizer I’ve tried!!!!

  • M

    August 1, 2017 at 5:21 pm

    These were a bust for me. Followed the recipe exactly and fries were limp and undercooked. Leaving them on the cooling rack just made it worse. 🙁

    1. The Movement Menu

      August 1, 2017 at 5:47 pm

      That makes me so incredibly sad to hear! All ovens are different so maybe they needed a little extra time in the oven… I will change the instructions to reflect that, but they shouldn’t be limp!

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