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Very YUMMY!! My family worships me now!!!! I had to make fries 2 days in a row. I also cut them thinner than in the picture, but they turned out pretty and tasty. I also had a box bottom I was going to throw out that day, but instead I lined it with paper towels and then drained the fries on it. After we ate the fries I threw the box and paper towels away making for easier clean up!
delish! i cut them into smaller strips than the picture, but the turned out great.
they look bad but tast great
Lovely fries! Please don't be put off by the photo, I took it of the fries keeping warm in the oven and hadn't yet used paper towels on them: rest assured that the end result was a lot less greasy. We have been on a bit of potato kick in recent days and these will be made again ! I know that fried food isn't so good for the waistline, but as a treat once in a while and on days when you are just sick of trying to be healthfood conscious, these certainly hit the spot. Please see my rating system: 4 stars for a yummy recipe. Thanks!
A good alternative to the two stage frying method for homemade fries. I experimented with small batches and found the blanching time to be about 3 minutes instead of 2. It took the extra time for the water to get a boil again after adding the room temp. potatoes. The use of seasoning salt was a good way to spice them up!!! Thanks.......
I made this for dinner as a side dish and everyone loved it! We were in the mood to have some of these with rotis and surprisingly, they tasted very good with some plain yogurt on the side! Thanks for posting!