No one could believe these were baked. Needed to bake them for about 20 minutes after the original 15 minutes, but they turned out nice and crisp outside and tender inside.
The use of butter really make baked fries extraordinary. I usually make them with olive oil but definitely butter wins. I only seasoned with salt and pepper and don't feel I missed out on any flavor. I used red potatoes since they were on hand and cut them thin about .5 cm. I placed them on aluminum foil on top of a cooking sheet. They stuck to the foil a little so I might try next time as your recipe suggests.
Next time I'll not use as much butter....other than that the flavor was wonderful! Very easy side to make!
These ended up a little soggy... but they tasted good all the same!
I think the key is go spread these out on a cookie sheet, because the sides on the pan are narrow, and the fries can cook better in the oven. These came out excellent. I did omit the cayenne pepper, as I wasn't sure everyone would like them spicy. I had malt vinegar on mine and they were so yummy I could have eaten the whole batch myself! Made along with your burger recipe. Quite a meal Marie!
We love these things especially knowing they are better for you than fried! My boys love french fries and I was looking for something a little different than just plain. I loved the addition of the garlic and onion powder. I went really easy on the cayenne as the boys don't care for hot too much usually. We all agree this is 5 stars all the way!
excellant fries the best i ever made without deep frying thanks
These turned out great! Lots of flavor. My only problem was I think I cut my potatoes too thin, so they were too crispy. I'll know better next time.
These were GREAT!! I used Paprika instead of the cayenne pepper, just because that's what I had, but they turned out wonderful! I've already been asked for the recipe by friends.
Just great..easy and goes great with fish..Thanks