This was a great change from ordinary baked fries. I used 1 tsp of chicken broth instead of oil to make the paste and added a bit more hot sauce because we like the kick. My husband already is talking about next time! Thank you.
We dun like diss, yes yeah!! These fries are marvelous Sue. The seasonings are right on!! I doubled the recipe--1 for my husband and 1 for me (he he!!) The kids were just out of luck. Went perfectly with our burger night. Thanks for posting this :D
These were exiliant fries, very very tasty!! I didnt have cayenne or cumin, so i added 1/2 tsp. cajun spice......i also doubled the recipe since i was serving 5. It had a spicy kick to it, which tasted great! Thanks for the recipe, it'll be a keeper! (p.s. better than mcdonald's fries and better 4 u!!!)
This is a potato dish that we eat about once a week or so, but I have always used a commercial Cajun spice mix. This mix of spices was much nicer than any I have bought here in Australia though. It was an easy recipe, and we had all the ingredients on hand.
These fries are great!! I had all of the ingredients on hand and they were a snap to throw together. My extremely picky husband gave a big thumbs up. A yummy recipe that goes with burgers or steak and is good for you too! Thanks for posting.
These oven fries are do die for. I made them to go with our grilled burgers. The spicy seasoning was just right for us and adhered well to the potatoes. I don't think my family will want to eat fries any other way now. Thanks Sue L.
This is a fantastic chips recipe. The combination of herbs and spices smelled wonderfully exotic even though they are all kitchen cupboard staples.
Wonderful flavour & easy as can be!! My entire family adore these & ask for them often. For those who think they aren't crispy enough, it is probably because the size you cut was larger than the original chef cuts. As such, simply cook them for a little longer. Also, she does note that you should make sure they are spread out & not touching - it is very hard to get them crispy if they are overcrowded!! Thanks again for a wonderful recipe!
I've tried a half dozen different recipes for oven fries, and this is my favorite. The flavor seems like it could go well with almost any savory dish (not just cajun-style dishes). The only change I made was to increase the oven temperature to 450 F to help them get crunchy faster.
My family and I love love love these fries!! I apologise for not writing a review sooner.
I always omit the tobasco as my boys don't / wont eat anything with heat, but they always turn out great no matter how I do them!! Most times I will cut the potatoes into cubes so it reduces the cooking time a little. Love em!