Ingredients

How to make it

  • In dutch oven, heat oil to 300
  • Add fries and cook 3-4 minutes (should be cooked on the inside with no color on the outside)
  • Remove and put on backing rack above a baking sheet
  • Cool
  • Bring oil temp up to 375
  • Add fries and cook until golden brown
  • Remove and drain on baking rack
  • Add salt immediately

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  • chefloren 2 years ago
    Here in Idaho I work for THE Company that brought french fires as you know them to McDonald's back when Micky D's was just starting. Simplot. That's exactly how they're made. They are 'Par' fried during processing at the factory and then flash frozen. McD's does the second fry at the store when you order. (SHHHH don't tell anyone. Home made are ALWAYS better! :-D )
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  • DetroitTokyo 2 years ago
    These look amazing!!
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  • gkwillow 2 years ago
    Your photo looks so YUM I could eat all of them and not share with anyone! ;)
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  • mark555 2 years ago
    Will have to give them a try, thank you for posting it.
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  • chevonne 2 years ago
    I need to try this for my hubby who is a chips fanatic! I wonder if my normal oven will work?
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  • NPMarie 2 years ago
    Oh, these look so good!!! So, I don't need a deep fryer, just a big dutch oven!! Awesome:)
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  • elgourmand 2 years ago
    Nice trick. Thanks for the post. RJ
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  • justjakesmom 2 years ago
    They look fantastic! Satan, get away from me! LOL
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    " It was excellent "
    hungrynow ate it and said...
    Great photo, Wynnebaer! This IS the best way to make those perfect fries almost everyone loves! It is neat that they can be prepared through step one and will keep for an hour or so before frying again. (I have heard that fries prepared with this method do not have as much fat either!) Yummy!
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  • 22566 2 years ago
    Just to keep in tune with this time of year...
    These sound...Frickin' Good... :o)
    Thank-you,Wynn
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • frankieanne 2 years ago
    I have heard this is THE only way to make french fries. Thanks for confirming that! :-D They are beautiful.
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