- 2 pounds sweet potatoes ($2.08)
- 1 tablespoon chili powder (* $0.30)
- 2 tablespoons olive oil ($0.24)
- 1/4 teaspoon salt (or to taste $0.02)
Brown 9 Oct 2018
Followed exactly really nice
Galen H. 1 Oct 2018
changed recipe a little. no oil. was good tasting recipe.
Sarah Pelhan 20 Jun 2018
Nice and easy, no fuss. I added butternut squash and topped it with Parmesan cheese and crushed crackers which I put in oven to melt cheese. It made it feel like a casserole.
Adolfo 24 Apr 2018
The potatoes were delicious but waaaaaay too spicy. Definitely check the Chile powder you’re using before hand. If it’s not the McCormick brand like recommended in the recipe I’d go for about half a tablespoon or less. I have a high tolerance for spice food and this was spicy with the full tablespoon. Overall delicious. If you make the same mistake as I did, you can add some sour cream to to combat the spice.
Debra 4 Mar 2018
Yummy I will be making it again
G 25 Dec 2017
Came out really good , very easy recipe and a great side dish or snack
Sandy 26 Nov 2017
Excellent. I thought the chili powder might make it too spicy, but it was delicious.
Laurens d. 14 Apr 2017
Nice flavour and very easy to prepare! Use a Sharp knife to chop, and don't remove the skin of the sweet potatoes
Clem 26 Mar 2017
Simple and tasty! I didn't want it to be too spicy so I only put half the chili powder and used ground turmeric for the other half. It also cooked much faster so I'm guessing I made baby cubes!
Tomika R. 6 Mar 2017
It was good. Something different. I used frozen cubed sweet potatoes to save time. Next time I would either add more salt or a little brown sugar to enhance the natural sweetness of the potatoes.