Baked Jicama Fries Have you ever had jicama or Mexican yam? It is actually from the bean family. Its high in fiber, 90% water, a good source of vitamin C and potassium. [ "Finally, something besides jicama salad! :D Via Healthier Steps: Baked Jicama Fries Have you ever had jicama or Mexican yam? It is actually from the bean family. Its high in fiber, water, a good source of vitamin C and potassium.", "Jicama-fries (paleo friendly, leave out paprika and cayenne pepper for AIP)", "Baked Jicama Fries - Made these with dinner on with Creamy Parmesan Chicken. Not sure if I'd try this one again, but we'll see.", "Jicama fries-- who needs starchy potatos when you can have yummy fiber rich roots?", "Ingredients: 1 medium jicama 1 tablespoon olive oil, melted teaspoon paprika teaspoon garlic granules teaspoon granulated onion Pinch of cayenne pepper teaspoon sea salt", "Use 2 tsp of olive oil instead and substitute asparagus guacamole!", " The texture might take some getting used to because jimaca is kind of like a mix of a potato and a water chestnut. I added", "Jicama is a great potato alternative- just keep the slices thin, season well, and cook thoroughly.", "I think next time I'm going to try a curry flavoring, some thing that better straddles savory and sweet, but I was pleased with how these came out, even though I didn't boil the Jicama" ] #
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