• Linda

    posted on June 11, 2009 at 6:40 am

    It looks like you have some great recipes here. I want to try these fries. My husband has recently been converted to eating sweet potatoes through Alexia sweet potato fries.

    I'd love for you to join us for What's for Dinner Wednesday – a blog carnival I host each week.


  • Amy Green

    posted on June 11, 2009 at 4:35 pm

    Hi Linda! Thanks for the compliment. I've spent a lot of time in the kitchen working! I am sure your husband will love these fries.

    I will most certainly join your blog carnival – thanks for the invite! You have a fabulous site with lots of valuable info.


  • cdecocina

    posted on December 19, 2009 at 2:38 am

    Hi, Amy. Just wanted to say that Aioli is not correct, the right word would be “all-i-oli” or alioli. The meaning is “garlic and oil”, it´s a very popular sauce in Catalonia (and delicious, specially with meat).
    Love your blog


  • Doug

    posted on December 24, 2009 at 10:19 pm

    Those sweet potato sound really tasty.


  • Victoria

    posted on September 2, 2010 at 5:13 pm

    I have to say that these are amazing! I am eating them right now and it seemed at first to be a strange combination, but its incredible! The eggs go crispy with the cheese to add some crunch while still maintaining the sweetness of the potato!
    I haven’t had them with the sauce yet either!


  • Brandon

    posted on September 4, 2010 at 10:06 am

    OMG, I never thought of using parmesan for the crust! I am going to make these tonight. Thank you.


    Amy Reply:

    @Brandon, I hope you love them…they’re a favorite of ours. Hugs.


  • Chickiepea's Blog: Eating for Autoimmune Health

    posted on January 4, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    I saw these months ago and put them on our meal plan for Christmas. We made them twice and loved them! (I did switch it up just a little since our diet is a tad different from yours, but basic idea is the same)

    YUM! Thanks for posting this. Even my little one who doesn’t like sweet potatoes, loved them in fry form. ;)


    Amy Reply:

    @Chickiepea’s Blog: Eating for Autoimmune Health, We love them, too! So glad your little one liked them. How did you make them? Please share…always happy to hear another variation.



  • Karen Baird

    posted on July 23, 2011 at 5:03 pm

    Hi Amy,
    Can you tell me the how/why it’s OK to eat raw egg? Just wanted to check on the food safety aspect of that. Thanks. We have sweet potato fries and the garlic dip sounds awesome!



    Amy Reply:

    @Karen Baird, When I make this, I serve it the same day. Many preparations use raw eggs – this is a classic recipe that I’ve adapted to make a little healthier. I also don’t serve this to kids, the elderly, anyone who’s pregnant, or anyone with a weakened immune system.

    If you don’t want to eat a raw egg, don’t make the recipe. Or, buy pasteurized shell eggs. It won’t work with pasteurized eggs that are in a container.



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