Baked Cajun Sweet Potato Wedges For Birthday

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Cajun sweet potato wedges with lamb chop

Birthday meal of Cajun sweet potato wedges, lamb chop with creamy mustard sauce and stir fried bok choy

Baked Cajun sweet potato wedges

Baked Cajun sweet potato wedges

I want to thank everyone who visited my blog, and also Joy’s blog, yesterday and especially so for all your warm birthday greetings. You have made my day very, very special indeed. This must be my best birthday so far. I must say it’s really awesome to receive so many birthday greetings from around the world. Blogging has indeed added so much fun and meaning to my life, especially making so many wonderful friends around.

Well, you may be interested to know what I ate yesterday. I had a great time at home. My children made heart-shaped pikelets for me for brunch. Of course I had them dripping with condensed milk…mmm…fabulous! Then for dinner, it was again one of my favourites……sweet potatoes! I made baked Cajun sweet potato wedges to go with lamb chop with the most beautiful creamy mustard sauce prepared by my children. Also, a quick stir fried bok choy, another one of my favourites, to go with it. That was one of my best meals so far.

Sweet potatoes are such a healthy and delicious tuber which I’ll never get tired of. I was very touched when Shirley from http://enrichingyourkid.blogspot.com sent me 3 lovely sweet potato recipes for Valentine’s Day! That’s so sweet of her. I’ll have to try them one day. However, cooking Cajun way is an inspiration from Drick at http://dricksramblingcafe.blogspot.com. He has many mouth-watering dishes using Cajun seasoning. So I thought I must try it on my sweet potatoes. Sounds weird to try it on sweet potatoes but then I wanted something different. To avoid any complains I baked some normal potatoes with the Cajun seasonings too. Well, they came out very delicious. I liked them very much.

My Baked Cajun Sweet Potato Wedges are very easy to make. The recipe is very simple.

Ingredients
sweet potatoes
sea salt
brown sugar
Cajun seasoning
oil

Add seasonings

Add seasonings

Peel the sweet potatoes first and then cut into wedges. Sprinkle with some salt, brown sugar, some Cajun seasoning and some oil.

Ready to bake

Ready to bake

Mix them well and lay them in a layer on a paper-lined baking tray and bake in a preheated oven at 200 degrees Celsius for about 20 minutes. Serve hot. They are healthy and delicious.

Do you eat sweet potatoes often? Do you have a favourite sweet potato recipe to share? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.

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Other sweet potato recipes that you may be interested in:
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Popular Malaysian Dessert (Bubur Cha Cha)
Sweet Potato Cake
Healthy, Humble, Sweet Potatoes
Steamed Sweet Potato Jam Pudding
Pan Fried Sweet Potatoes
Curried Sweet Potato Chips

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25 Comments

Sushma Mallya  on February 17th, 2010

it seems u had a great day yesterday!!!hope each bday is better than the last one for you..cajun potatoes are my fav but i got to try with these sweet potatoes,looks yum mary

noobcook  on February 17th, 2010

Looks like a great meal. I love sweet potato for its natural sweetness and it’s also very filling :)

Divina  on February 17th, 2010

Glad you enjoyed your birthday. It’s really a blessing from God to be another year older. :) But still young at heart. I do have a sweet potato gnocchi recipe. Oh no, I’m supposed to send you a sweet potato patties recipe. Why don’t you try this first. Grate the potatoes and squeeze out excess moisture through a cheesecloth. Add salt and pepper or cooked onions or ham and form into patties and pan-fry in oil. Sometimes i do free form patties by shaping them directly on the pan.

penny aka jeroxie  on February 17th, 2010

Birthdays are meant for you to be pampered. Happy birthday again lovely.

3hungrytummies  on February 17th, 2010

That is fit for a birthday girl! Do you have a sweet potato farm somewhere Mary? :)

Jeannie  on February 17th, 2010

Looks like a great meal you have there Mary…Happy Birthday, albeit abit belated! I wasn’t around to log into the internet yesterday.

Cheah  on February 17th, 2010

Hey, those sweet potatoes look yummy. Never tried baking them, only cook ‘tong sui’ with them.

anncoo  on February 17th, 2010

I must try this recipe one day. Looks yummy!

Shirley  on February 17th, 2010

Hey Mary
Belated wishes! having a tough time to log in these days. Hope to see you prepare those recipes soon. May the Lord bless you with all the joy you give!

Mary  on February 17th, 2010

@Sushma Mallya - Yes, I did! :D Now I have to wait for another 365 days before my next birthday….have to be a better one :P Have fun trying Cajun with sweet potatoes!

@noobcook - Aha…we are in the same boat…loving sweet potatoes :D

@Divina - Totally agree with you…growing older but still young at heart :D Life is too short to be too serious. I just hope that my physical strength stays as strong to be able to do many things :P Divina, thanks very much for sending me the sweet potato recipes….so sweet of you. I must try them. Looks like it’s going to be a season of sweet potatoes soon….haha

@Penny aka jeroxie - Thanks very much, Penny! You bet I have been too pampered :D Everyone has to give in to me on my birthday…how cool is that! :P

@3hungrytummies - Sweet potato farm?? I really wish I have one…haha. I wonder whether I will still be blogging if I have such a farm :D Maybe I’ll have a sweet potato blog then LOL

@Jeannie - Thanks very much, Jeannie!It still counts :D Hope you had a great Chinese New Year.

@Cheah - I used to cook tong sui too but I’m so glad I’m learning more ways to cook them now. Blogging sure helps me a lot to keep learning :)

@anncoo - Thanks very much :) Give a try, for something different.

@Shirley - Thanks very much, Shirley! It still counts :D I’m also having some problems with the internet connection. Hope things will be back to normal soon. I would really love to try the sweet potato recipes tha you sent me…..so sweet of you. Thanks very much again :D

the lacquer spoon  on February 17th, 2010

Cajun spicy dish on post-birthday…cool, but your dish looks fab everyday! Belated happy birthday, Mary!!

Mimi  on February 17th, 2010

Fabulous birthday meal. I love sweet potatoes.
Mimi

Chaya  on February 17th, 2010

I want to try these sweet potatoes pronto. I have been doing a lot of sweet potato cooking recently but this is a new one for me and I love it. Thanks.

5 Star Foodie  on February 17th, 2010

Awesome birthday meal! I especially love those delicious sweet potatoes with cajun seasoning!

Mary  on February 17th, 2010

@the lacquer spoon - Thanks very much for greetings! It’s still counted :D And the lovely compliments too.

@Mimi - We are in the same boat…loving sweet potatoes :D

@Chaya - I hope to learn more sweet pottaoes recipes from you. We should form a sweet potato club :D

@5 Star Foodie - Thanks very much. This cajun sweet potato is my new found love…mmmm :D

Roti n Rice  on February 17th, 2010

That looks like a great meal! Have not had lamb chops for a while now. You make me want to rush to the store to get some :) The sweet potatoes must be very tasty with the cajun spice….yummy!

Tasty Trix  on February 17th, 2010

Happy belated birthday!! I love the Cajun spice on the sweet potatoes - Drick will love it too I’m sure. (But I bet he’s too tired from Mardi Gras to be on the computer today, lol.)

Light Delight with TouTou  on February 17th, 2010

I have never tried the cajun seasoning….does that make the sweet potato salty??? the wedges looks really good , maybe next time I should pick the seasoning up from the shelf!

Mary  on February 18th, 2010

@Roti n Rice - I really enjoyed my meal….all my favourite on a dish :D

@Tasty Trix - Thanks very much! Still counted :D Poor Drick…he must be snoring away…haha. I’m sure he had lots of fun with all the props and food.

@Light Delight with TouTou - The sweet pottaoes tasted sweet and salty which I like. Give a try. Cajun seasoning (I’ve just discovered) is really nice for cooking. Looks like I’ll be adding to lots of food soon :D

Sook @ My Fabulous Recipes  on February 18th, 2010

Oh wow, the potato wedges look fabulous! Love it.

Sarah, Maison Cupcake  on February 18th, 2010

These look lovely, I am very fond of orange sweet potatoes and anything spicy.

Mary  on February 18th, 2010

@Sook @ My Fabulous Recipes - You can try them soon. I can even snack on them :P

@Sarah, Maison Cupcake - Then these must be for you :D

joylicious  on February 18th, 2010

Sweet potato fries are the best!! But cajun style may even be better :) You have such wonderful kids, your birthday dinner sounds really fantastic. I am happy to hear you had a wonderful day :)

Conor @ HoldtheBeef  on February 22nd, 2010

Happy birthday again Mary, this does look like a delightful birthday feast! I can almost feel the softness of the inside of those potatoes :)

Mary  on February 22nd, 2010

@joylicious - Thanks very much! I wish everyday is my birthday :P

@Conor @ HoldtheBeef - Thanks very much! It was a fabulous day :D

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