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.
We had these for the Super Bowl. I baked them on 450F for 25 minutes. They were great with a cheese dipping sauce.
So delicious and easy!! We'll never buy frozen fries again.
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.
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.
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.
If the poster had told us how high the oven should be, it would have been a positve note.
A high oven can vary..
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
Simple directions and easy to make...I'd skip the steak seasoning next time.