Beer Soaked Sweet Potato Wedgie-Fries.

No, not that kind of wedgie. It’s what you get when you cut sweet potatoes half way between a wedge and a French fry shape. Wedgie-Fries!

Nutrient rich sweet potatoes are soaked in a hearty bath of Bud Light so a hint of brew flavor sneaks in to every delicious bite. Cooking at a low temperature, then cranking up to broil means you get a soft inside and a crispy exterior. Tempted? You should be.

Vore gave these healthy fries the thumbs up. No seriously…he flashed a thumbs up across the table. This recipe is man approved. Enjoy!

Beer Soaked Sweet Potato Wedgie-Fries

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Cut your sweet potatoes in half, then keeping halving your pieces until you get a chunky French fry shape.

Place your fries in a shallow dish (this is a pie plate) and cover them with your favorite beer.

Allow the sliced potatoes to soak at room temperature for at least 30 minutes, turning a few times to ensure they all get nice and drenched in beer-y goodness.

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper, then lightly spray it with olive oil. (Hi there, awesome Misto!)

Bake at 350 for 35 minutes, turning once half way through baking.

Now turn your oven up to broil. Watch your fries closely; you want them toasty but not burned! For my oven, golden brown came after 3 minutes of broiling.

Remove your fries from the oven and get to shaking–seasoning, that is. Ours included a light dusting of sea salt, cumin, chili powder & paprika. For the adventurous,possibilities are endless. Cinnamon sugar next time?

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