Crispy, tender, Roasted sweet potatoes

Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Roasted Sweet Potatoes make a good and healthy side to many sauces and stews, like the Nigerian Tomato Stew, Nigerian Egg Stew, Nigerian Tomato Sauce, Mackerel in Tomato Sauce. It also pairs excellently with guacamole.

Crispy, tender, Roasted sweet potatoes

You can add your own spices to it, just be sure the spices don’t clash with the sauce you will serve it with.

Also with large sweet potatoes, I sometimes use cookie cutters to cut out shapes that excite children and impress adults.

It can be cut into wedges for roasted sweet potato fries or wedges.

Crispy, tender, Roasted sweet potatoes


To make roasted sweet potatoes

500g sweet potato
1/4 teaspoon chilli pepper
1/2 teaspoon pepper flakes
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon vegetable oil

Wash and peel sweet potato.

Cut into circles (discs) and put in a large bowl.

discs of sweet potato for Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Sprinkle with peppers and salt, toss to cover potatoes. Set aside.

sweet potato discs with salt and pepper for Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Drizzle vegetable oil on an oven tray.

oiled roasting pan for Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Place sweet potatoes on it in a single layer.

sweet potato discs in roasting pan for Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Put tray in the oven at 230 deg. C, for 10 minutes. Flip the potatoes over and roast for a further 5-8 minutes. Serve.

Crispy, tender, Roasted sweet potatoes with mackerel in tomato sauce

Served here with Mackerel in tomato sauce.


Let us know how much you enjoyed Roasted sweet potato, you will also enjoy my Twice cooked Potatoes, Sweet potato tuna patties, Easy Potato Salad and Potato and green vegetable balls (green amaranth).

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