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.", "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", "Jicama-fries - Notes: taste good, kinda sweet. Not a replacement for potato fries, but a nice snack. Maybe bake for longer? Mine didn't get quite as dark and crispy as they appear", "A Collection of Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes that Promotes Healthier Living Through Healthier Eating", "Jicama fries-- who needs starchy potatos when you can have yummy fiber rich roots?", "Jicama is a great potato alternative- just keep the slices thin, season well, and cook thoroughly. Getting the fibrous flesh to caramelize is essential.", "These are easy to make. 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", "Ingredients: 1 medium jicama 1 tablespoon olive oil, melted teaspoon paprika teaspoon garlic granules teaspoon granulated onion Pinch of cayenne pepper teaspoon sea salt" ] #
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