Making Sweet potato fries, the freezing part

@suspenseful (40331)
Canada
January 17, 2009 4:22pm CST
I love sweet potatoes and they cannot stay stored for long at my house, because if the thermostat goes up to even one degree over 60 they start to soften. So I have to cook it and mash it up, and put the one I did not eat into the freezer. Now with regular white potatoes, I could do the same and also partly fry them and then warm them up in the oven on a tray just like they do for those frozen french fries you pick up in the store. But I notice that when I oven fry the potatoes my husband likes and the sweet potatoes I like, by the time his is done, mine are burn. So I was wondering at what temperature should the oven be for sweet potato oven fries (if that is possible( and can they be partly fried so I can put them in the freezer and then when I want some, put them on the pan in the oven and heat them up?
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@Lakota12 (42794)
• United States
18 Jan 09
never tried that they dont stay long in this house never have to save any. But I wouod sugjest cutting them up then freeze not sure if part way coked would work but it just might. just have to try it and see. or make sure you take yours out of the oven before his!
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@suspenseful (40331)
• Canada
21 Jan 09
I can try that.
@suspenseful (40331)
• Canada
30 Jan 09
I put them in at 375, and then after taking mine out turn the oven on higher to over 400. Did not work that good, but it was a little better. I will have to experiment with temperatures some mroe.
@Lakota12 (42794)
• United States
22 Jan 09
ok
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@stephcjh (32388)
• United States
18 Jan 09
I do not like sweet potatoes but some of my family does. I will have to give this a try sometime. Thanks for sharing with us.
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@suspenseful (40331)
• Canada
23 Jan 09
I did try to partially fry sweet potatoes and it worked.