A slightly modified recipe from Tyler Florence. His recipe specifically asks for Russet potatoes, but I use Yukon Golds. I cook these on nonstick tin foil to make sure the fries don't stick. The touch at the end makes these fries special. Enjoy!
These are honestly my favorite thing on the menu. I would really hate to count the times, were my family has had these for dinner. Keep in mind when you fry French fries, you need your oil nice and hot, do not cook many fries at once.
This is a simple recipe from Mr. Food. He says that he cooks them longer because everyone likes the crispy bits. After cooking them I discovered that the brown bits are actually on the bottom. If you cook them too long the whole bottom will become more or less one big crispy bit. LOL! So check the bottom of the fries, not the top! I think these need garlic, although it's not in the original recipe.
Simple and addictive recipe from Bon Appetit. Great as an appetizer.
Shichimi-togarashi is a Japanese seasoning (made from dried chiles, sesame seeds and seaweed) and can be found in the Asian aisle of some supermarkets.
My version of the Riscky's BBQ Original. They offer them as an appetizer but I can make a meal of it. While the real thing is best, one serving equals my total monthly fat allotment. I skinnied it down by sauteeing the onions & peppers rather than dropping them in the deep fryer as they do. I also prefer to oven bake fresh cut potatoes.We like them to put the quick back in our step so I pepper heavily. Fork required!
I wanted a little variety in the visual look in my meal. I also love waffle fries because they look cool, so I came up with this. They also work well because they hold the seasonings better than a typical "stick" fry.