These chips are great, vary the flavor to your liking. I use no oil but if you wish spray the chips with a little oil,before putting in the oven and spray again when you turn them. You really don't need to! Try sprinkling them with salt and Adobo spice -
- 2 large russet potatoes, cut french fry chip style
- salt & pepper
- Mrs Dash's extra spicy seasoning (or any other spice blend you like with potatoes)
- Peel and cut your potatoes into french fry chips.
- Place in cold water until you want to cook them, this removes some of the starch from the potato. Heat oven to 375°F.
- Place a circle of baker's paper on the cold stone, already set in the handle (rack), the paper just protects the stone and makes for easy cleaning.
- Dry the potatoes on paper towels and sprinkle them with salt pepper and your favorite spice blend (or garlic powder) Arrange them on the baking stone and place in the oven.
- After about 20 minutes take stone out of oven and turn the chips over.
- Return to oven and continue baking for a further 15-20 minutes or until they are brown and puffed.
These were so fantastic- the baking pans seemed to add the proper touch of crisp to the potato skin (which, actually, I left on). I used sea salt, pepper, and a splash of vinegar. Who needs ketchup??
This cooking method makes the most awesome fries. I followed your directions exactly. I used salt, pepper, and Tony Chachere's creole seasoning. The fries had just the right amount of crispness. This is a much healthier way to satisfy my french fry craving. Bergy, you are a peach for sharing this.
These are GREAT! I used sea salt too, with a little garlic powder. I made chipotle mayo for BF to use as dip but I ate them plain. They are wonderful, and if you let them cook long enough they get nice and crispy, but not greasy like normal fries. Thanks!!