10 Best Dipping Sauces for Sweet Potato Fries
While traditional spicy dips go well with sweet potatoes, you can also try creamy dips like pesto aioli or sweet dips made with marshmallows.
These sweet potato fries dipping sauces are extremely irresistible, so heat up the deep fryer!
Nothing goes better with sweet potato fries than a spicy sauce!
This dip, with loads of cajun flavor and a vegan mayonnaise base, will make a whole plate of fries vanish.
Cajun dip isn't for the faint of heart, so proceed with caution. It gets a spicy boost from both the cajun flavor and the sriracha sauce.
Reduce or remove the sriracha if you want those cajun flavors without the 5-alarm fire in your tongue.
This Sriacha dipping sauce couldn't be much simpler! It's very simple to make and just requires a few pantry supplies.
The creamy but acidic sour cream (or Greek yogurt) base complements the crunchy sweet potatoes and is spiced up with Siracha.
To keep your dipping sauces healthy, replace full-fat dairy with something lighter.
Greek yogurt may be used in lieu of sour cream (while also increasing protein) and full-fat mayo can be replaced with lite mayo.
Who says dipping sauces can't be healthy as well?
Chipotle spices and lime juice complement the delicate sweet potatoes.
It's smoky and spicy, with a citrus kick from a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
The addition of fresh lime juice brings out the flavors of the sweet potatoes and spicy chipotle spice in this dip, making it ideal for sweet potatoes.
It's spicy yet not too so.
If you're looking for a fresh and intriguing side dish for taco Tuesday, these sweet potato fries with a Mexican-inspired dipping sauce rival regular tacos.
The toasted marshmallow on top of sweet potato casserole is, without a doubt, the greatest part.
So, why not cut to the point and get to the good stuff without getting your hands dirty?
Combine salty sweet potatoes with toasted marshmallows and milk for a sweet and salty treat.
The nicest aspect about this dish is that the marshmallow and sweet potatoes roast simultaneously in the oven, making it quick and easy to prepare.
When you want to spice up your sweet potato game, bring this to a potluck or holiday gathering.
Sweet potato casserole, step aside!
Is it necessary for me to go into great detail? It contains maple and bacon in it. The sweet potatoes only serve as a vehicle for more dip.
The mild sweetness of sweet potato fries complements the maple and bacon flavors well.
It gets its creamy ranch-like texture from mayonnaise and a touch of spice from red pepper flakes.
Even if you don't like sweet potatoes, this dip will change your mind.
To be honest, you could deep fry a shoe and serve it with aioli and I would eat it!
With smokey undertones from the smoked paprika and enough chopped garlic to keep the vampires at bay, this dip is guaranteed to be a favorite.
A splash of fresh lemon juice softens the acidity of the garlic and the rich flavors of the dip rise to the surface of the dish with delicate sweet potato fries.
While it's ideal for dipping sweet potatoes, it's also delicious over steamed vegetables or slathered on a cheeseburger.
Regular ketchup works well with regular fries, but sweet potato fries demand something extra.
To change plain ketchup into something more spicy and savory, this spicy ketchup recipe calls for a few pantry essentials.
The spiciness is provided with chili powder, sriracha, and a dab of spicy sauce.
Spices like garlic, onion, and paprika offer a lot more flavor than regular ketchup.
You'll never look at commercial ketchup the same way again after preparing this easy recipe.
It's not always necessary to serve sweet potato fries with a spicy dip. This pesto aioli is worth trying if you want something milder but still flavorful.
For a strong herbal kick, it infuses a creamy mayonnaise base with a full cup of fresh basil.
A splash of lemon juice brightens the powerful basil tastes for a creamy dip that's hard to refuse.
It's aromatic, has a lovely green color, and can be kept in the fridge for up to a week in an airtight container.
You'll probably discover more uses for this delicious dip than simply fries!
If you enjoy smokey chipotle seasoning in a creamy aioli sauce, you will adore this dish.
It adds a hint of fire and smoke without being overbearing.
It works so well with sweet potatoes because the chipotle pepper heat enhances the natural sweetness of the sweet potatoes.
This aioli is so adaptable that it goes well with burgers and other roasted vegetables besides sweet potatoes.
Ranch makes everything great! This, however, is not your typical ranch sauce.
Cholula adds a little more spice to the mix (or your favorite hot sauce). It's creamy with just the right amount of spiciness to make those sweet potatoes appealing.
The nicest part about this dish is how easy it is to whip together in a pinch.
Choose your favorite ranch dressing, thicken with sour cream, and add as much (or as little) spicy sauce as you desire.