Welcome to how to make the best ever Airfryer sweet potato fries recipe.
The first thing that we all make in an Airfryer is the French Fries. This is probably because with Airfryers this is what they marketed on. Every advert or promotion that you see of an Airfryer will involve the trusted fries. This will mean that some people will never see beyond these as a way of cooking in the Airfryer, or other people like us will see this as a starting point.
I find that another one of the reasons for this is that it can be a healthy way for you to have your chips or fries. You are simply cooking them with less oil hence that they soon become healthy and okay for you to eat everyday that is if you love sweet potato fries enough to do that.
This particular sweet potato recipe is the one we developed after going on the Paleo diet. We had discovered Paleo and we wanted to find a really nice fries recipe that didn’t involve eating white potatoes and this is the very one.
It has been perfected and since then with the help of Kidz R Cooking we have realised how good it is for getting kids cooking in the kitchen. The funny thing is though, when I was a teenager my mum and dad would be out when got home and the other thing in would be a big spud in the bottom of the fridge. I would peel it and stick it in their commercial fat fryer and have it with a big spoonful of mayonnaise. It was amazing and so unhealthy!
I am so glad nowadays that there is an Airfryer + a good cookbook to rely on so that my son is not relying on a big greasy chip pan like I was in the 90’s.
Anyway without any further introduction here it how to make the best ever Airfryer sweet potato fries in the Airfryer…..
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- Peel and chop up your sweet potatoes so that they resemble chunky chips.
- Place them in the Airfryer with 2 tablespoons of olive oil and shake them so that the sweet potatoes are well covered.
- Cook for 15 minutes at 180c. Though at the half way mark give the sweet potato a shake so that none are getting stuck to the bottom and so that they are all getting the effect of the olive oil.
- When cooked remove them from the airfryer and place them in a bowl. Add the last tablespoon of olive oil along with the seasoning and mix well by either getting your hands in there or by shaking the dish. ´
When you make the sweet potato fries make sure they are of an equal size. This is because if you get any ones with skinny ends compared to thick chunky middles you will end up with some burnt and some undercooked.
I also find that sizes of sweet potatoes can differ a lot so if this means you have a lot of spare sweet potatoes then chop it into cubes and air fry it separately.
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I wrote my first ever ebook in 2005. It was at a time when no one cared about Amazon and when buying online meant eBay. There I was writing this eBook on eBay and loving the fact that I was involved in something so new. I didn’t even have my first website at the time and that eBook paid for a lovely family holiday to Lanzarote and the first time we ever went abroad as a family. We had a fantastic time.
Fast forward 11 years and I have read and written a huge amount of ebooks. I couldn’t even tell you how many as it has been never ending.
But when I read KidZ R Cooking Ebook it made me giggle and made me want to cry all at the same time which I have never felt from an eBook before. This is probably because I am a mother and have always had this long running battle with getting my kids cooking in the kitchen. A battle I may add that I have now completely won!
In Kidz R Cooking you get to make it great fun for kids to cook in the kitchen and they actually want to make things themselves. Though I doubt they will be as helpful when the washing up needs doing!
All the recipes that are featured in Kidz R Cooking are easy for kids and will get your kids excited about home cooking. There is a also a good focus on healthy eating and making your kids understand the value of cooking from scratch.
This is also the first cookery ebook based around the character of Miss Danika (who is the authors’ niece) and there are also plans such as diabetic treat recipes, seasonal snacks that would have a Halloween feature and so much more.
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