9 Reviews

This was an easy recipe to make, used ingredients that I usually keep on hand and had a great medley of flavors. I followed the directions as stated, except I ran them under the broiler to crisp them up before sauting them. This is a wonderful recipe for garlic lovers! Thanks for sharing it theresa/thunderbird.

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Junebug November 13, 2002

Garlic fans will love these fries!! They have a good garlic flavor without being overpowering for those who aren't partial to garlic. Easy to prepare. Next time, however, I will make ½ inch fries, and mince the garlic even more finely. I might also incorporate the garlic before the fries go into the oven, for even more garlic flavor. My "Picky Panel of Judges" gave this recipe 5 stars.

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Miss Kitty November 10, 2002

Just love this recipe. Have made many times and they always turn out wonderful. I use olive oil and no butter. Thanks for posting.

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Wing-Man June 25, 2010

I went to add this recipe and was happy to see it was posted. I cut the recipe down to 2 servings and added 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper. I used Sea Salt and fresh ground pepper. I just sprinkled on the parmesan cheese. I used 1 teaspoon butter. We enjoyed this recipe and will add it to our list of side dishes. Thanks Theresa.

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happynana November 10, 2008

These fries had a good flavour,but I'm afraid were not a huge hit in my house.I think it was the fact that they were 'wet' on the outside rather than crispy and dry,that put everybody off a bit.They're used to dry seasonings being added,and I think that fresh garlic and herbs on their fries threw them a bit.Not a bad recipe by a long shot,just not for my tribe-sorry.

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Noo August 19, 2008

I cheated and used frozen french fries. These fries were excellent. They didn't need any additional condiments (no ketchup!), and went well with an Italian-type sandwich (Italian Tuna Panini) for an informal dinner. I wish I'd made more, they were addictive.

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Ginny Sue July 06, 2008

These are some of the best fries. To make them even easier, use bagged frozen french fries, like Ore-Ida Crinkle Cuts. Bake according to package directions, then toss with the butter, garlic, parsley and cheese mixture.

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Chef Petunia October 24, 2007

I am a Garlic Fan and loved these fries. Instead of adding the and butter to the pan, I added the garlic with a little olive oil and browned the garlic just a little then added to the bag of fries with the seasoning leaving in bag for a few hours to get that great garlic flavor in the potatoes. Then I baked the potatoes with the garlic. I then melted the butter in the pan added the potatoes and tossed with the cheese and parsley. I think I will also make the slices of potatoes a little wider because my family likes them to be a little meatier. YUMMMM Thanks for a great recipe Theresa

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RecipeNut October 10, 2004

These were great! I think next time I'll add spring onions into the skillet...I baked these ahead of time, then finished them in the skillet tonight and served along with RIBS, tater dipped veggies & savory Italian rounds! MMMMMMMMMmmm! Barely any leftover fries! THANK you for sharing!

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WJKing February 09, 2003
Garlic Fries