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Parmesan Waffle Fries

Parmesan Waffle Fries created by NcMysteryShopper

I wanted a little variety in the visual look in my meal. I also love waffle fries because they look cool, so I came up with this. They also work well because they hold the seasonings better than a typical "stick" fry.

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  • Heat oven according to package directions and cook until crisp.
  • While fries bake, in a small bowl, combine dry seasonings and just enough oil to make a thin dressing (approximately 1-2 tbsp.).
  • When fries are done, toss immediately with oil and herb mixture. Drain any excess oil and serve immediately.
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"I wanted a little variety in the visual look in my meal. I also love waffle fries because they look cool, so I came up with this. They also work well because they hold the seasonings better than a typical "stick" fry."
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  1. Food4Pedro
    We loved these at our house!
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  2. NcMysteryShopper
    I love recipes that almost effortlessly take the normal to the next level! This was no exception! I used fresh parmesan (instead of the stuff in the can) and all my herbs were fresh (I made my own Italian blend with them). I used a very minimal amount of oil and the seasoning and cheese adhered nicely. With all the seasonings in the recipe salt is not even necessary - we loved this as well! Thanks Amy!
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  3. lucid501
    These didn't taste as great as I thought they would. After I tossed the fries with the oil mixture, they were then a bit soggy, so I had to put them back in the oven for 5-10 minutes to crisp up. I think it would be better to toss the fries with the mixture before cooking so they are seasoned by the time they are nice and crisp. It is a good idea for spicing up boring fries though, so I will probably make it again and just try to adjust it to fit our tastes. I agree with a previous poster that garlic might be a nice addition. Thanks for posting!
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  4. Halcyon Eve
    Sadly, we didn't care that much for these. DH said they reminded him a little of Greek fries but with Parmesan instead of feta, except that he likes Greek fries better. They weren't too bad, but I don't know if we'd make them again. If we do, we'd probably add garlic to them. They just need a little something--I don't know what. The garlic might do it.
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  5. Halcyon Eve
    Sadly, we didn't care that much for these. DH said they reminded him a little of Greek fries but with Parmesan instead of feta, except that he likes Greek fries better. They weren't too bad, but I don't know if we'd make them again. If we do, we'd probably add garlic to them. They just need a little something--I don't know what. The garlic might do it.
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