Ditch the potatoes and fry Rutabaga's instead!

Let’s face it, we all love a good french fry now and then. That being said, it’s hard to justify eating something so greasy. If you could only have a fry or two, that’d be great, but a big stack of french fries? No way, not if you want to stick to your Ketogenic diet! Thankfully, this delicious recipe for Crispy Rutabaga Fries lets you satisfy your cravings without having to worry about cheating on your Ketogenic diet or sacrificing better nutrition! We’ll also let you in on a little secret… they’re not actually fried! Bake these up today for a snack or side that you and your friends are sure to love. If you love it, leave us a comment and share with your friends!

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INGREDIENTS

3 Pound Rutabaga
4 Tbsp Grape seed oil
1 Tsp Garlic powder
1 Tsp Paprika
1 Tsp Onion powder

DIRECTIONS

Step 1 - heated oven

step #1

Preheat oven to 425°F.
Step 2 - Foil with oil

step #2

Line a baking sheet with a piece of aluminum foil and lightly oil it.
Step 3 - Rutabagas cut into French fry-sized sticks

step #3

Peel the rutabaga's, and cut into French fry-sized sticks. Place into a large bowl, and toss with oil to coat. Place the garlic salt, paprika, onion powder in a resealable plastic bag, and shake to mix.
Step 4 - rutabagas in foil pan

step #4

Place the oiled rutabaga into the bag, and shake until evenly coated with the spices. Spread out evenly onto the prepared baking sheet.
Step 5 - Ketchup and mayo added

step #5

Bake in the oven until the fries are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside (about 40 minutes, depending on the thickness of the rutabaga slices). Turn halfway though cooking. Salt to taste. Serve with sugar-free ketchup and fat-free mayo.
Step 6 - Recipe is ready to eat

step #6

Ready to serve!

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Did you know?

Most people are not aware of the fact that aside from improving the digestive system, the immune system, and metabolic function, rutabaga also has an interesting background story.

This root vegetable is native to Scandinavia and Russia and was first widely introduced to England in the 19th century. However, it was also found in North America around the same time, most likely due to Scandinavian or Scottish immigration to Canada, with the root vegetable slowly spreading south to all of North America in a matter of years.

Additionally, before pumpkins became readily available in Europe in the 1980s, rutabaga was traditionally carved and left on doorsteps on Halloween eve.

So what’d you think of this quick and easy rutabaga fries recipe? Let us know in the comments below, and make sure you try some of these easy substitution-based recipes next time: Low-Carb Egg Muffins Recipe, Turkey Zucchini Poppers, and Spicy Shrimp and Cauliflower Rice Bowl.

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