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Excellent fries. I only did two potatoes but they were so good. I also dipped them in chicken breading just before frying. YUM

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adopt a greyhound March 17, 2014

I rarely deep-fry anything, and I wasn't up to this challenge; if I were to deep-fry French fries, I would use a deep fryer. My fries were soggy, so I guess my oil didn't stay hot enough, although I had it plenty hot. I have made oven fries very successfully, so I will stick with those. Sorry, peanut oil costs too **** much to do this again. Not my thing. Made for Rookie Recipe Tag.

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KateL March 16, 2014

I thought I made these fries, but I didn't notice that I needed to add sugar to the recipe. But I did everything else and they still turned out great. I will try again with the sugar to see if it makes a difference. I liked cutting and soaking them and then frying them. I am a busy mom and this made for easier fries. Thanks for posting.

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Sassyfras July 14, 2011

What a GREAT way to make Chips/Fries! I used salt as seasoning and sunflower oil for frying. The fries were crisp and crunchy with NO excess fat! Just great! Thanks Breezermom for a great recipe. Made as a gift for guessing the quiz in the French tag game! Merci! FT:-)

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French Tart August 27, 2010

These were great! Made as directed, but I only used salt for seasoning. I will use greek seasoning, to mix it up a bit, next time! I also used vegetable oil, as that is what I had on hand, but peanut oil will give a better flavor, and I hope to use it next time, also. Thanks for all your 'experimentation', breezermom, and for sharing your findings with us!

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alligirl August 16, 2010
French Fries