Triple Cooked Sweet Potato Fries

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Triple cooked sweet potato fries
Triple Cooked Sweet Potato Fries make a delicious side and are a healthy way to feed your friends and family.
Sweet potatoes are full of antioxidants and lower in calories than regular potatoes – so they’re the perfect guilt-free treat (sort of).
These triple cooked sweet potato fries are a perfect side to serve with a simple slaw or anything from the barbeque or grill.
Even though we are a British website, we called these sweet potato fries so as not to confuse these with recipes for roasted slices of sweet potato.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 18 mins
Refrigeration time 1 d
Total Time 1 d 30 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 2

Ingredients  

  • 2 large sweet potatoes (peeled)
  • vegetable oil (to fry)
  • salt

Instructions 

  • Slice the potatoes into 2cm/1in thick chips/fries. If the potato is too long cut them in half.
  • Drop the chips into salted boiling water and reduce the heat to simmer. Boil until cooked.
  • The potatoes are cooked when a knife point slides in easily. Remove from the heat and drain.
  • Place the chips in a single layer on a tray lined with kitchen paper or a clean cloth, this will help to absorb the moisture, and leave to cool down before placing the potato in the fridge to dry out – this is best done over night. You can speed up the process by placing them in the freezer for half an hour or so.
  • Heat a fryer filled with vegetable oil to 140°C, drop in the chips and fry until they have a dry appearance – this will take about 8-10 minutes.
  • Drain the oil well and return to a tray, again lined with kitchen paper or a clean cloth. Leave to cool down and place back in the fridge for a couple of hours or cheat and use the freezer.
  • When ready to serve, bring the fryer back to 180°C, drop in the chips and cook until crisp – this will take about 7-8 minutes. Be careful not to overcook them as they will go very dark.
  • Drain again and sprinkle with a little salt before serving. 
Sweet potatoes are not always orange-fleshed on the inside but can also be a spectacular purple color.
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