Homemade Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries!


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    Frying Sweet Potato
    Spiralized Potato

    Homemade Sweet Potato Fries

    It's a Fry-Day Friday! Ali and I put a sweet potato through a spiralizer and then fried it in peanut oil and seasoned with two of our favorite shakers! Post your questions or comments below.

    Spiralized Potato

    Homemade Sweet Potato Fries

    Instructions
    Wash your sweet potato thoroughly, making sure to remove any dirt from the skin. Spiralize your fries into long strings and then cut into desired length. Heat up peanut oil in pan, occasionally dropping small pieces in until the fries float at the top and sizzle. Depending on the size of your pan you might have to do this in a few batches. We did one full potato and with a normal sized pot we did it in two batches, though we should have split it into three.

    We seasoned one batch with Excalibur’s Signature Pork Rub and the other with Ultimate Steak and Roast Rub! They both came out great, the Signature Pork Rub had a little heat to it which was nice but the Ultimate Steak and Roast Rub did a better job of adding a taste to the fries instead of dominating the taste. So once again, Ultimate Steak and Roast Rub was the winner!

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