Why are my sweet potato fries not crispy?

by Alistair Dekyem|13 Nov 2020|Food|American Cuisine|263 views
Don't overcrowd your baking sheet.
The secret to crispy (instead of soggy) sweet potato fries is to spread them out in an even layer with enough room so that they don't touch. If they're all crammed onto one pan, they'll steam instead of bake, and you'll end up with soggy fries.

Similarly, it is asked, how do you reheat frozen sweet potato fries?

Package frozen sweet potato fries into individual sandwich bags. You can easily reheat these in the oven for 20-25 minutes at 400 F or microwave for a quick snack.

Can you cook sweet potato from frozen?

If the vegetables aren't quite done, continue to cook but be sure to test for their readiness every 2 – 3 minutes. Just remember, cooking time will vary, depending on which variety of vegetables you are roasting. For example, frozen sweet potatoes will need a little more time than green beans or asparagus.

Are frozen sweet potato fries precooked?

While researching fries, we discovered that even before you bake them at home, bagged frozen fries have already been cooked—twice. In the factory, the potatoes are blanched in hot water and then fried in vegetable oil.

Why are my baked sweet potato fries soggy?

The secret to crispy (instead of soggy) sweet potato fries is to spread them out in an even layer with enough room so that they don't touch. If they're all crammed onto one pan, they'll steam instead of bake, and you'll end up with soggy fries.

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