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Poll: Do You Make Fries at Home?
Do You Make Fries at Home?
Apr 5 2010
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Sweet potato variety that is :]
I used to love making oven-baked potato and kumara (sweet potato) fries, but since I've been avoiding the nightshade family of foods for health reasons, I've been making carrot and parsnip "fries" instead - just cutting them into square fry shape, rubbing with olive oil, seasoning with salt and pepper, and roasting at 220 degrees celsius for half an hour. Really yummy, actually!
No. I already eat them too much when I'm out. I do make oven baked potato slices, though.
Do the kind from the bag count? I get the fat steak fries ones from Trader Joe's and pop them in the oven. I can make homemade homefries tho! Those are good. :) But whenever I try and make crunchy, skinny fries, they end up burnt. Ew.
Honestly not really. Unless I am preparing my greasy breakfast, which is like once every four months, I don't even eat potatoes.
yes sweet or regular is fine with me
yes... deep fried sweet potatoes are awesome!
Yes! Oh! Home-made fries are the bomb!
I have only ever done oven fries. I'm too chicken to try making deep-fried ones.
only baked with olive oil using sweet potatos..i use a receipe i saw from fit,yum :)
So far, no luck with the fries. They either become chips or just plain burned. :\
Only the baked kind, topped with herbs and olive oil...and don't require ketchup
i can't seem to get the sweet potato ones down but i'm determined!
only the baked version though
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