Recipe Directions

peel and cut jicama(sometimes called yam bean,or mexican potato) into fry shapes. place in bowl and drizzle with oil,and lime juice. sprinkle with spices and salt. mix well…to cut the fry shapes you can use a mandoline using the julienne blades or a potato cutter (available at the same link as the mandoline)

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crunchy fries for your favorite taco or burger

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hi andie007... i added some links above:) i use the potato cutter,it is so easy to use because it cuts in one motion

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this looks really good, but how do you get the fries in that shape? is there something special you use?

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thanks for letting me know your family is enjoying these. (especially the little ones)take a peek at my "apple fries":http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/goji-jam-and-apple-fries ,they may like them ,too:)

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These are terrific! ALL 4 of my kids 7 and under LOVED these. I'm introducing my kids (and husband) to raw by making 2 raw dinners each week. These will be on the top of the list!

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hi,troublesjustabubble:)...that is a bacon double cheeseburger ,two mushroom based burgers,a slice of vegan velveeta,a few slices of jicama canadian style bacon,lettuce and tomato.check my profile for the bacon and cheese recipes:)

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The fries look great but I just want that sandwich behind them! What is it?!

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hi everyone....if you want to try dehydrating these, dry for about 3 hours,at 115 degrees..they kind of wilt,dry out a little,but will get very chewy if you leave them too long....bitt,you can make "fries" with daikon as well, but they have a sharp,spicy flavor,and are also kind of watery, so hubby may not like that idea!sorry,RawKidChef,these don't quite make it to the soft potato texture:(i'm just learning to love the light crispness of these:)

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I had the same problem with my jicama, it just wasn't doing it for me, too watery and starchy. I dehydrated overnight, maybe a LITTLE too long, and now they are much more edible to me, although maybe too sweet now ;)

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rawkidchef, please tell us if that works. my husband's complaint about jicama is that it is too watery.

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gorgeous.

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evergreen, you never fail to post an amazing recipe. Do you think if I dehydrated these for 3 or 4 hours they would soften into soft potato like fries?

In the recipe box it goes! Thanks so much I'll pick up a fresh jicama sometime and let you know.

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