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Sweet Potato Chilli Wedges

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Serves 1 - 4 Portions

Deliciously more-ish sweet potato wedges, with a slight kick.

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  • 4 moderately sized sweet potatoes
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • Dried or fresh Chillies (and chilli powder to season)
  • Salt
  • Olive Oil


    1. Start by peeling and slicing the sweet potatoes into managable 'oven chip-sized' mouthfuls.
    2. finely Chop the Chillies and the Garlic, and add together in a bowl, with about 4 tbsp of olive oil.
    3. Pre-heat the oven to 190/200C/fan = 400F = gas mark 6. spread the sliced sweet potato chips onto a tray for baking, and pour the chilli and garlic mixture over.
    4. With your hands, toss the sweet potato within the oil so that the wedges are evenly covered and the chillies and garlic are quite evenly distributed.
    5. Sprinkle chilli powder over (depending on how spicy you like your food) and season with salt before putting into the oven.
    6. On the middle shelf, bake for 15 mins or longer for a crispier wedge.
    7. Serve immediately, either to compliment a dinner, or they are just as delicious on their own, served with tzatztiki!

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