Oven-baked sweet potato fries dusted with a savory seasoning mix pair perfectly with a slightly sweet, smoky aioli.
Good fries are one of those things that seem too difficult to be worth making at home, especially when you can probably find a pretty decent version at your local drive-in. But sometimes it's too late at night, or you don't want to leave the house, or you have some sweet potatoes to use up, or you want your fries to be on the healthier side, and that's where this recipe comes in. Sweet potato batons are tossed with a bit of oil and a savory spice blend and roasted in the oven until tender and soft or crisp and crunchy - it's your choice! While the fries bake, you whip up a smoky, sweet dipping sauce for them. Sooner than you realize, the fries will be out of the oven and onto a plate in front of you, and you'll realize that they're worth making at home after all.
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