An easy and delicious side dish recipe for sweet potato fries with a flavorful curry mayo dipping sauce.
I used to be a biiiiiig ketchup fan. That was, until I was introduced to Curry Mayonnaise. One dip of my sweet potato fry into curry mayonnase and I was hooked. It's not only for fries, either! You can put it on sandwiches, burgers, wraps, anything you can think of that you would use ketchup for. It even has ketchup in it, so if you're a ketchup-loving weirdo like I am, you can feel better knowing you're not completely betraying your beloved condiment.
But I have to say, this curry mayonnaise dipping sauce definitely is the perfect pairing with sweet potato fries. If you're a big fan of curry flavors, be sure to check out my Spinach Chickpea Curry and Carrot Pumpkin Soup!
Salt and Pepper
To start, the sweet potatoes are cut into fries. I do this by cutting my sweet potato in half the long way and then set the sweet potato down on the flat side. Cut into strips and then cut each strip in half to resemble fries.
The sweet potato fries get tossed in olive oil, salt, and pepper and then roasted at 425 for 30-40 minutes. I always do mine on the longer side to get them a little crispy.
While the sweet potatoes are baking, you can whip up the curry mayo dipping sauce. Simply combine the mayonnaise, ketchup, curry powder, and garlic powder in a bowl and refrigerate until you're ready to eat!