Sweet Potato Wedges :
Dear all, How was your Diwali holidays? Hope all of you had a dazzling Diwali celebration with kith and kin. I am so happy and thankful for the support rendered by all of you for my healthy Diwali sweet and savoury recipes.
We were away during Diwali Holidays to escape from Delhi Pollution and we returned only the day before.
Back to routine after 10-12 days and today’s recipe is sweet potato wedges. The recipe is similar to my baked potato wedges recipe but made on dosa pan just like the less oil gobi fry version.
This is an excellent snack box option and also a great finger food for babies above 6 months of age to help in self-feeding.
Let’s check out today’s recipe.
Sweet Potato Wedges recipe with step by step images
- Sweet Potatoes-1
- Garam masala-1/2 tsp
- Chilly Powder- 1/4 tsp
- Turmeric Powder-A pinch
- Oil-To drizzle
- Salt-To taste
1. Measure and keep all the ingredients ready.
2. Pressure sweet potato for 2 whistles.
3.When the pressure is released peel the skin and cut them into finger size wedges.
4. Add chilly powder,garam masala powder, salt and turmeric powder
5. Mix them well gently.
6. Ensure that they are coated well.
7. Drizzle some oil on a pan.
8. Add the masala coated wedges and cook in medium flame. Flipside and cook until they turn crisp.
9. Sweet Potato wedges are ready to be relished.
The same sweet potato wedges can be done in an Oven or OTG. Please follow the recipe here
Tweak the combination of spice powder as per your choice.
This can be given to babies above six months skipping the salt.
Always have a word with your paediatrician before offering any new food to your babies.
Please consider the family history of allergies before trying any new food.
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