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The submitter was right these should come with a warning: "Highly Addictive"! These were awesome! And they're perfect for when you want french fries withou the "fry"! I added a bit of dried crushed rosemary to the mix and since I didn't have fresh parsley I had to substitute a bit of dried. These smelled great in the oven and tasted even better! When finished I seasoned them with Parmesan and instead of the seasoned salt I opted for a bit of sea salt. These were the perfect side dish for grilled burgers! Thanks for a great recipe Sarah! One I'm sure we'll make again and again...
Very yummy! Turned out better the second time than the first because I had to play with the timing somewhat to keep the garlic and parmesan from over-toasting. I found 25 minutes on the first time in the over and 7 the second time worked perfect.
these were a big hit!!! yumm!! I did not have any garlic so I substituted garlic powder instead & they still turned out very tasty!! I also had to use dried parsley instead of fresh & kraft parmesan cheese but these french fries were very good!!! I will be making them again:)
Make sure to soak the potatoes in salted water for an hour or so for a crispier potato. Soaking allows some of the starches leech out into the water. The starch in potatoes hinders moisture from escaping, which leaves more water in the potato. Make sure to rinse the potatoes well after soaking (to remove the starch) and pat them completely dry before cooking.
We didn't feel like having seasoned fries with our burgers so I just added some freshly ground salt and a dash of garlic powder. They were AMAZING! I've tried doing homemade fries before and mine have never turned out but these cooked perfectly with these directions. The first time I made them I shortened the baking time a bit because I was only using 2 potatoes. So great I'll never go back to the frozen ones. Thank you so much!!
These were sooooo good. My picky kids and husband couldn't get enough. I didn't even have any leftovers. Nice and golden and crispy on the outside and hot and soft on the inside. Will make again and again.
I followed the recipe exactly, hoping for a knock em dead french fry recipe that would blow my socks off. After reading all the reviews I was so psyched to try these. Call me lazy, but they were an awful lot of work for a less than spectacular result. I'll stick with my regular roasted potato recipes that are a LOT less labor intensive -all that chopping, turning, recoating... jeesh
Used small white potatoes because that is what I had - cut in half and then into slices - were probaly bigger than 1/4 inch but timing was about the same - didnt really measure just by sight - were excellent - a nice change up on potato side dishes (since we eat them as sides like every day) - I do not eve like parm cheese and I still found them awesome
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