Garlic-Thyme Oven Fries

"Adapted from Hubert Keller's Burger Bar cookbook. I served these alongside a homemade veggie burger."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 500 degrees. Line a baking sheet with foil and place pan in the oven.
  • Cut potatoes into 1/4 inch thick wedges.
  • In a large bowl, toss the potatoes with the garlic cloves, olive oil, plenty of salt and thyme.
  • Remove the pan from the oven and quickly spread the fries on an even layer. Return to the oven and drop temperature to 450 degrees.
  • Roast for about 35 minutes. 5 minutes before they're done, loosen the potatoes from the foil with a spatula and return to oven to finish cooking. Discard thyme stems before serving.

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Reviews

  1. Bergy
    Loved the recipe - I cut it back to 1 potato but used 6 cloves of garlic and served the garlic with the potatoes - we just squeezed it on the potatoes GREAT flavor
     
  2. queenbeatrice
    Made this recipe for PAC 2010. I used fingerling potatoes and cut them in half and left the skin on. These were delish. Much tastier then french fried potatoes. Added this recipe to my cookbook. Will make again. Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. I'mPat
    I used 3 large potatoes for 3 of us and about 9 garlic cloves (which I lightly crushed to help release their oils) and several sprigs of fresh lemon thyme. Out of habit I just mixed everything in the baking tray so whacked it in a really hot oven for 15 minutes and then turned down to 200C and baked for 30 minutes turning occassionally and ended up with lovely crispy potatoes. I did leave the skins on and just cut them into nice big wedges. Thank you Diet it Up, made for New Kids on the Block.
     
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I’m a twenty something, alright, late twenty something woman living on Long Island and working at a publishing company in the ever stressful NYC. Food makes me happy. What’s not to love about a cheeseburger and fries with a huge chocolate shake on the side? Come on, it’s a match made in heaven that would put a smile on even the grumpiest face. Unfortunately, I’ve been battling a pesky weight problem for what feels like an eternity. To make matters worse, I recently found out I have a blood sugar condition that will likely lead to diabetes. Doesn’t that sound like a recipe for disaster? So, I desperately needed to find a way to still love food, but also squeeze into a pair of skinny jeans. The solution, you ask? That’s a little tricky. I don’t believe in surviving off the frozen food aisle’s never-ending supply of frostbitten chemical concoctions. And the thought of eating a strict lettuce and water diet makes me want to throw myself off a building. So, what’s a gal to do? I learned to Diet-It-Up. I love to cook and I’m always finding ways to take my favorite recipes and shave off a few calories, eliminate some of the processed ingredients and overhaul it in a way that makes it healthier. I’ve mastered every diet under the sun and while Weight Watchers© and The South Beach Diet© can be very successful, they’re tough to stick with when you just want to eat something that tastes good. I don’t have any fancy formal credentials and I’m not going to preach to you about carbs or fat grams. I just want you to enjoy tasty, delicious meals without the next-day calorie guilt. Mix in a jog or two at the gym and you’re on your way to a healthier life. I’m beginning to collect some of my recipes here. I invite you to Diet-It-Up with me. If we’re good all week, maybe we can even sneak in a few sips of that chocolate shake, wink wink.
 
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