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Friday, March 29, 2013

Kamote Que


Kamote Que

( Deep fried sweet potatoes covered with caramelized brown sugar )

Spring is little shy this year, I'm just hoping that we gonna have nice weather this coming Sunday for Easter egg hunt, at Aunt Mo's house, Luckily I'm off to work! yay!!! I noticed that, when Easter season is coming up, the sweet potatoes is always on sale. So, I grab couple the other day at the store and make this Kamote Que yesterday. 
Kamote Que is one of the very popular snack in the Philippines,you can find this at market street just flooded with Kamote Que vendors, on the schools area, just basically everywhere. Every Filipino I know, knew how to make this delectable snacks.  What I like most about this snack, they are very affordable, fulfilling and just simply good. 
Below is the recipe for: Kamote Que

Ingredients:
2 Large Sweet Potatoes
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup oil
Barbeque sticks

Directions:
1.) Put oil into the pan about, 10-15 minutes until its HOT enough to fry.
2.) Add the brown sugar, wait until the brown sugar floats and then you can add the sweet potatoes.
3.) Turn the sweet potatoes from time to time to spread the caramelized sugar coating.
4.) Try the sweet potatoes by poking it, using the barbeque stick. You know when its DONE when the sticks comes out so easily.
5.) Take it out in the pan, and skew it into the barbeque stick. Enjoy!

 Happy Easter Everyone!:)

51 comments:

  1. Looks easy and delicious! I'm sure my husband would love this.

    Happy weekend!

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  2. Thank you! Dana:) Perfect for Easter snacks!
    Happy Weekend:)

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  3. looks so good! Sweet potatoes are very nutritious.

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  4. fine post

    Happy Easter

    http://newlifewithfashion.blogspot.com/2013/03/431-wielki-piatek.html

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  5. I like Camote-Q but sometimes, I worry about the flatulence!

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    1. I don't have any problem with it, I eat it most of the time:)

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  6. One of my fave afternoon snacks! Thanks for the recipe. :)

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  7. Kamote Que is loved. But my husband likes banana-Q more. He can eat that all day long :)

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    1. Thanks! I like banana -Que too, its just hard to find those kind of banana from where I lived:)

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  8. ooh, suddenly craving for camote que. Following you. Hope you follow me too http://www.mommyunwired.com/ and http://www.projectmarie.com/

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  9. This would be my husband's demise! I wouldn't even get to try one! haha!
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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  10. i am not a fan of kamote.. hehe but this looks delish

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  11. Yummy. I like kamote que better than banana que. Uso na din kamote fries.

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    1. Thank you! I heard bout sweet potato fries but haven't tried it yet:)

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  12. I kinda miss this! I think I will make one this weekend :)

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  13. kamote-que means summer is here! :)

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  14. just this morning I ate kamote que.. yumyum..

    Rosemarie/Gven-Rose

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  15. Oh my this looks absolutely delicious! I may have to try to make it :)

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  16. I love sweet potatoes and this looks delicious. Yummy! :-)
    Eliz

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  17. You are right about camote cue being in almost every corner or wherever there are street vendors. I like camote best when it is boiled. Hassle lang to peel off the skin. :-)

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    1. I agree! It's wort naman:) Thank you! Aileen:)

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  18. hmmm. this gives me idea on what to have in weekends.

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  19. I had a freshly cooked kamote-que yesterday, walang kakupas-kupas ang sarap na meryenda. :)

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    1. I agree, so far the most inexpensive and delicious snack.

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  20. Just made it and eating them right now. I love pinoy snacks.

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    1. Thank you, Rosept and thanks for following my blog:) Keep comin I'll be posting more recipe that you might like.:)

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  21. That looks delicious! Thanks for sharing this recipe. You have a great blog, following you now with Bloglovin :)

    www.reinadelamoda.nl

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  22. I love sweet potatoes so this must be quite delicious. It reminds me of the ingredients in the pie. Yummy

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  23. This is a yummy merienda. However, madalas na pangit un ginagamit na kamote dito. Hehe.

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  24. I seldom cook kamote que because I prefer banana que. This is really a good merienda. :)

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