- 3 tablespoons butter (melted)
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- 1/4 teaspoon dried rosemary (crushed, or 1/2 tsp. fresh)
- 3 pounds sweet potatoes (3-4 medium, peeled and sliced thinly)
- 1 shallots (peeled and sliced thinly)
- 1 dash kosher salt
- 1 dash black pepper
Margaret Caplice 11 days ago
Pretty yummy made for thanksgiving and would make again
Nikki 12 days ago
Well it turned out great. Probably better for me because I used my “homegrown Sweet potatoes “. This recipe is definitely a keeper.... Thxs Yum
Denise R. 21 days ago
Great! Love it and have made it several times since!!
KHoch 4 Nov
So good! Will be on the table for Thanksgiving - no doubt!
YumChef 30 Oct
Easy and Delicious! I will definitely make this again!
Oldewage 30 Oct
amazing. we all loved it. i added a bit of honey and came out even more crispy and had such a delicious carmalisation to it.
Carina Eddy 22 Oct
Very good, but I did slice the potatoes lay them out flat on a baking tray. They came out crispy and delicious!
Marie 15 Oct
peuuurfect we loved it !
M O. 13 Sep
I didn't have challots so i diced white onion and when it baked it i would've had to leave it in for a long time to make it crispy so i left it soft. it was so good and it presented beautifully!! i will definitely make it again.
Francie 28 Aug
Loved them! We will definitely have this recipe again
Alanathegreat 7 Aug
As someone mentioned before. didnt come out as crisp as i wanted it too. next time i will use less of the mixer. besides that amazing!
Field L. 30 Apr
Pretty good. Not as crispy as I’d like but very tasty. And, yes, it’s a “make again”.
Jeannie 22 Jan
Really well; subbed shallots with scallions & chives
Nikola K. 24 Dec 2017
Turned out pretty tasty, although I couldn't manage to make it crispy.
Hi 22 Dec 2017
Yummy everyone loved it
Melinda 15 Nov 2017
Just made this for practice before Thanksgiving next week, and the sweet potatoes didn’t get crisp. I had about an inch of liquid extra liquid in the bottom. Tried pouring it out and cooking on 450 for 10 more minutes and more liquid appeared, still no crispness. What am I doing wrong?
Paula K. 15 Nov 2017
Use a mandolin to slice evenly instead of trying to use a knife. Same size make baking consistent and better than a mushy one....a firm one....a hard one.
Melissa Leonhardt 30 Sep 2017
Great!! Hard to slice that thin so just mixed together
Cheryl E. 19 Aug 2017
Delicious, a great presentation and really easy too. It may be necessary too use a smaller container than expected.
Sarah Gabert 26 Jul 2017
It's super hard to cut them as thin as the picture and super hard to stand them up vertically straight like that so I kinda ended up letting them free fall all over each other. It's in the oven right now!
Edith P. 16 Dec 2016
Not only this came out delicious but the presentation of it was a WOW. I will definitely be making this again and will experiment by using cinnamon, brown sugar and toasted walnuts.