Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

Source shadows

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare dipping sauce and chill.
  2. In a skillet cook the bacon with the butter until almost crisp. Remove from skillet. Add onion chopped fine, sugar, garlic, steak sauce, and crushed pepper to the skillet and sauté until onion is limp and translucent. Set aside.
  3. Heat oil to 350°F, if you don't have a thermostat, make sure the oil is hot enough so that when a fry is placed in the pan it cooks cook immediately, if the fry sinks to the bottom and barely bubbles it is not hot enough. Fry the potatoes in small batches, they are done when they float and are golden brown. Drain potatoes on paper towels. You can keep them in the oven to stay warm.
  4. When all the fries are done place them on an oven proof plater. Salt the fries. Top with the bacon crumbled and onion mixture, more steak sauce, and cheese. Place into a warm oven until cheese melts. Serve with the dipping sauce.
  5. Note: You can cook your fries in the oven if you want for a fat free version, follow the directions on your bag of fries for the temps and times for this method.
  6. This will serve from 4 - 8 folks.
Most Helpful

5 5

A very tasty way and alternative way of making chips (fries) into a starter dish - which is what I did this lunchtime. We had them before lunch with the dip and exactly as the recipe stated; I substituted the cheeses for a mixture of Cheddar,Gruyere & was wonderful! I oven baked these by the way, as I don't "do" deep fried food very often - I think with the fried topping and cheese, by far the best way is to oven bake them all the time, which I will do in the future.I cooked this for friends who came to over this lunchtime - sadly, there are no photos which I LOVE to take of ALL my reviewed recipes, as my batteries were flat! Another time! FT