Nancy at Spirit Lights the way tempted my taste buds last week with a photo of Sweet Potato Fries seasoned with Lime Salt & Fresh Mint with a Sweet and Spicy Dipping Sauce on the side.
It sounded like it was right up my street.
- Sweet potatoes. Check
- Lime. Check
- Rock salt. Check.
- Fresh Mint. Alas I had finished the last of it a couple of days earlier.
I did have some Sweet Chilli sauce to which I added a teaspoon of honey and a dash from my ever open vermouth. So I set to work.
First I zested a lime and found a small screw top jar for salt and zest. I gave them a shake and left it to work the magic.
Later I scrubbed some sweet potatoes and parsnips (my own touch) and cut them into chunky chips.
My starter to enjoy by the fire!
Thank you Nancy!
“ever open vermouth” … no wonder you’re always laughin.’
blessings ~ maxi
Maxi, a bottle lasts a very long time….. when used ‘a dash’ at a time!
My goodness, that looks FABULOUS!!! Go you!
Nancy, it tasted as good as it looks!
Ramana, it was!
These look incredible! And I am sure they taste just wonderful, too. I like the addition of turnip and will need to assemble my ingredients and then go for it! 🙂
Debra, I used Parsnips, not turnips, though I was thinking of trying squash chips next time!
That looks and sounds good.
Gigi, it was tasty. Very, very tasty!
A good way to get your veggies. Sweet potatoes are so good for you! Dianne
Dianne, I love my veggies.
Synchronicity! That’s what I had for my supper except I mixed up mayo and hot pepper relish for dip. Oh my. It should be against the law 😛
WWW, thank you, another idea for a dip! 😀
Yum – definitely something I’ll try. Love the parsnip add too.
Chuck, I love parsnips, particularly roasted.
If you went into a veg shop here, you might get a question in return if you asked for “sweet potato” – here they are known as Kumara and you can get them different colours 🙂