Mojo French Fries...bet You Can't Stop at Just One!!!!

Mojo French Fries...bet  You Can't Stop at  Just One!!!! created by mydesigirl

These fries are similar to delicious fries that are served in the pubs. The nice thing about these are that they are baked and not deep fried!!! Everyone enjoys these along with a variety of meals or on their own for a great snack. Serve with ketchup or ranch dressing.........MMMMMMM!!!!

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  • Preheat oven to 450.
  • Cut potatoes into wedges.
  • Mix the seasonings into the flour.
  • Mix the egg with the milk.
  • Dip potato wedges into milk and then dip into seasoned flour.
  • Place on greased baking pan.
  • Drizzle with oil.
  • Bake in oven 20-25 minutes until browned and tender. Serve hot.
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"These fries are similar to delicious fries that are served in the pubs. The nice thing about these are that they are baked and not deep fried!!! Everyone enjoys these along with a variety of meals or on their own for a great snack. Serve with ketchup or ranch dressing.........MMMMMMM!!!!"
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  1. mydesigirl
    Mojo French Fries...bet  You Can't Stop at  Just One!!!! Created by mydesigirl
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  2. mydesigirl
    After reading the other reviews, I also increased the seasoning and sprayed the fries with olive oil spray. This just didn't work out for us. The flour just really shines through. Maybe if the flour was just left out and they just had seasoning on them?
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  3. KlynnPadilla
    Great textures and nice coating. I increased the seasonings, added 1/2 tsp. garlic powder, and sprayed very generously with cooking spray, but still got a lot of raw flour taste. I'll try decreasing the flour next time.
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  4. Sherri35
    I really loved this method of making a nice crispy coating on the fries. I used Yukon Gold potatoes and cut them into thick fries - but thinner than wedges. The spices weren't overly flavorful to us, so next time I will just use my own combination of seasoning. After reading the previous reviewer mention that she had some dry flour spots on the fries I liberally sprayed them with Crisco cooking spray before baking and then about halfway through the baking time I drizzled on a little olive oil and then flipped the fries around a bit.
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  5. Cookin-jo
    Mojo French Fries...bet  You Can't Stop at  Just One!!!! Created by Cookin-jo
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