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I LOVE these fries! I dont know if I will ever make any other kind of oven fries ever again *laugh*. I was making some fried fish and hush puppies, and wanted some fries to go with it, but didnt want to actually fry them, so I did a search and found that I had all of the ingredients to make these. I printed it out and away I went. BOY OH BOY! I am so glad I came across this recipe!!! The montreal steak seasoning along with the thyme and oregano, really add wonderful flavors to these potatoes. Thank you so much for posting this recipe. I will be making these again in the near future.

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love4culinary July 01, 2003

We had these for the Super Bowl. I baked them on 450F for 25 minutes. They were great with a cheese dipping sauce.

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My Sweetie's Sweetheart February 10, 2010

So delicious and easy!! We'll never buy frozen fries again.

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crumbelievable January 12, 2015

Yummy fries! I mixed up everything in a ziploc and then cooked them. They came out crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. This is a great way to make oven fries. Thanks Kirste for sharing. Made for All You Can Cook Buffet in Cooking Games.

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lazyme July 23, 2011

Great recipe! Followed the suggestion of several reviewers tossed them with the olive oil and seasonings in a plastic bag first and then baked them at 425 degrees for about 35 minutes on parchment paper. Used the seasoning recommended (may have cut back a bit) which resulted in crispy, flavorful potatoes. I did peel them first, but they probably would have been good with the skin on as well. Will definitely make them again.

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love2gardn October 30, 2010

These were fantastic steak fries. I had made them to go with some battered fish. I had them in the oven for about 30 minutes at 400F and flipped them over half way through and they turned out perfect. The herbs added a wonderful flavor to them. Will make these again every time. Thanks for sharing your recipe Kirste, we really loved them.

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FrenchBunny August 26, 2010

If the poster had told us how high the oven should be, it would have been a positve note.
A high oven can vary..

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lotusland July 20, 2010

I used a mild cajun seasoning instead of the montreal steak. They are wonderful. Also mixed in large ziplock then cooked on parchment paper for easy cleanup

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Chugar63 February 24, 2010

Simple directions and easy to make...I'd skip the steak seasoning next time.

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Scrambled Mama December 17, 2009
Oven Steak Fries