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Worth many more than 5 stars! Made these to go with our Valentine dinner and they are awesome. Made half a batch and the oven temp and time are spot on. Will go into my "WOW" cookbook. Thank you so much for posting this simple super recipe.
These were certainly not too salty for us. The seasoning gave them a very nice, peppery flavor that we really liked. Loved the crispiness! Thanks for posting!
Delicious! I made a huge quadruple batch of these to take to as a dish to pass. They were amazing and definitely very easy. Will be making these again.
Great fries! Loved the seasoning, flavor, and texture. So simple too. Thanks for sharing. Made for Cookbook Tag.
These were very good. I love the Montreal seasoning and this is a great way to use it on something other than meat. This added great flavor to the potatoes and they didn't need any additional seasoning or condiments.
Mmmmmmmm...the flavors just burst in your mouth. :) So easy to make and would go with just about anything. I don't know why I never thought of putting Montreal steak seasoning on fries. Thanks for sharing! Made for Feb 2010 Aussie/NZ Swap.
Oh wow-I echo everything that French Tart said-these are just fantastic! These little beauties are a winner-a doddle to prepare,and wonderfully tasty! Thanks so much for sharing-this is a real keeper! Made for Aus/NZ recipe swap #34.
??!!^^%$Â£"!!!**&^%$Â£"!!!!! WOW! Listen, I am such a Montreal Steak Seasoning lover, that I regularly dream of the stuff! In moments of weakness or maybe madness I have often thought why NOT on ice cream! So, this recipe was always going to be a high star rating before I even doused my lucky spuds in the aforementioned "sulty" spice! I adjusted the quantities for one greedy person (moi) and served these with some lavender marinated chicken breast fillets with a rocket and red onion salad - chicken and chips then, with a garnish!! Made for the Aussie/NZ recipe swap and no doubt on the menu again in the next 5 minutes! Merci! FT:-)