Total Time: 42 minutes Yield: 6 servings
Level: Easy Cuisine:
Cut the french fries with mandoline or french fry cutter 1/4-inch strips. Heat a saucepan or stock pot (at least 2 gallon capacity) with the oil about 250 degrees (use a thermometer to gauge). Add the french fries and cook, stirring to avoid clumping More »
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Here's a basic recipe
for homemade french fries
using baking potatoes and deep fryer. More »
The trick to french fries is double-frying. First, flash-fry the potatoes to eliminate
moisture, then fry them again to ensure crispness. Eating them with mayonnaise
This french fry recipe uses a double-frying method for a fluffy interior and crispy
French Fries. The secret of delectable fries lies in the frying process. The oil
needs to be just the right temperature -- too cool, the potatoes will absorb the oil;
Easy fast french fries made from scratch! These are the best fries you will ever
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Jan 13, 2012 ... Soaking the sliced potatoes is the fundamental first step of making proper french
fries. The soaking process removes the troublesome starch on ...