2 sweet potatoes with skins on, scrubbed and sliced into strips (or Trader Joe's Sweet Potato Spears--all ready cut--but you'll pay for that convenience--find them in the produce section)
Your favorite Cajun or Southwest style seasoning. I use Emeril's Southwest seasoning.
Preheat oven to 450 degrees
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper--and cut off any excess that overlaps the cookie sheet. Yes, it will brown a bit, but it won't burn. Parchment paper really keeps food from sticking, and it helps with browning.
Option 1: Lightly wet the fries, before placing them on the cookie sheet so the seasoning will stick to them.
Option 2: Lightly spray the fries with a canola spray so the seasoning will stick to them.
Arrange the fries on the cookie sheet, sprinkle one side with the Cajun seasoning.
Cover the fries with aluminum foil and bake for 20 minutes. Important step.
Uncover the fries, turn them over (this is the hardest part), and sprinkle the other side with the seasoning.
Continue baking for another 10-20 minutes or until they are nicely browned.
Enjoy. These make great snacks, and you can use the same technique for rounds of Yukon gold potatoes, or rounds of sweet potatoes.