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  1. Extra Crsipy Baked Sweet Potato Fries
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You can also do baked polenta french fries very easily. First preheat your oven to F. Then grease a baking sheet with olive oil cooking spray. Then open up one of those tubes of cooked polenta, then cut the polenta in half crosswise then cut each half lengthwise into 8 wedges. Place the wedges on the cookie sheet and spray the wedges with more olive oil cooking spray. Then bake at F for 45 — 50 minutes, turning once about halfway through. I made these fries for dinner last night and they were fantastic! My boys loved them — said they were the best fries I had ever made. I forgot to soak the cut potatoes to remove the starch and they were still delicious.

Thanks for a great recipe. Pingback: Oven French Fries - marni made it. One word… YUM! I have been craving french fries so badly, but I try to stay away from fast food. I just made these, I only used salt and pepper though, but they were amazing! And they looked exactly like the picture! Will be making these probably weekly! I love fries, but hate how greasy they can be! This looks absolutely amazing! Great recipe! So crispy and delicious — I could eat these every day! Definitely do not miss frozen fries cooked in oil.

I made these tonight with regular and sweet potatoes. They were awesome! My kids and I loved them to bits! Thank you for posting this recipe. Jen and Emily, My husband and I are enjoying these ever so tasty treats right now! Thank you for the idea and the seasoning. Back to the table to enjoy baked fries!!

I have tried a lot of baked French Fries and have had some good ones, but they always stick. I have never thought of using parchment paper. My family absolutely loved the fries!!!! I made them last night for dinner and my kids were begging me to make more for lunch! Thanks for such a great recipe!!!!

I live in Japan and about the only seasoned salt I can get may be Crazy Salt. If I used just plain salt, how much should I use for this recipe? Even that much seems a lot to me. The amount of salt we can eat in a day seems to be getting reduced every year by the nutritionists! You can use regular salt in replace of seasoned salt. The salt in this recipe is used to create a seasoning for the fries, and only about 1 tablespoon of that seasoning is used to season a portion serving people.

Such an amazing recipe!


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Followed it to a T and the fries turned out amazingly. I have made these numerous time since then, such a family favorite. Thank you for a healthier version of our favorite indulgence. A MUST try. I just came across this recipe today and cooked these babies tonight with bison burgers. Absolutely amazing! I shared this recipe on all my social networks, I was so impressed. Could I make these ahead and either refrigerate or even freeze them. I made these for my husband the other night. I over cooked them but they were still good! Next time, I will cook them for 30 mins on because my gas oven heats up quickly.

I make a side dish and a main dish once a week from that board. This is a side dish I will be making at least once a month, a staple in our home! So glad i found this. Their in the oven as i type! Making fries has never made the house smell so good! This isnt just healthier but money saving. I hate dumping oil. These were perfect! I had been making my fries in the same way but baking them on a wire rack, but the results were not as good…the parchment paper is the key I think.

This is my new method! Thanks so much for the great recipe! Thank you for the alternative!! You two rock! This recipe changed the way I cook fries forever! Thank you so much! Thanks for sharing it with your readers as well! These came out really good. As you stated, making sure the fries are as dry as possible after soaking and not crowding them on the baking sheet are crucial to getting them to crisp up.

My favorite part was the seasoning mix, it was delicious on the fries. Pingback: All-American Vegan Recipes. Pingback: June Favorites Dollop of Yum. Trying this today! Thanks for sharing. I like to crinkle the foil then spread it back out over the pan and spray with cooking spray. Crinkling the foil raises the fries off the pan and keeps them from burning and sticking. These were super yummy! I have made SO many baked fries in my time, but these were the best ever.

Just made these for our dinner tonight…. Great flavor and crispness! Loved them, thanks for the recipe! Pingback: Oven baked fries theslowpace. Hi there. Found your recipe after a quick Pinterest search. The sheet with fewer fries crisped up quicker and overall were crispier than the one with more fries. I seasoned before 1 tbsp; 1 tbsp of oil ; during right after I flipped halfway thru ; and after.

The flavor was great. I could have used even more I think it just depends on how much seasoning a person prefers. Excellent recipe: thank you so much for sharing! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts about it and also things you added. I love garlic on my fries so great addition! I appreciate the time you took to share your comments!

These look really delicious! I have one question. What happens between the first and second time of baking? Am I supposed to let the fries cool completely before baking them a second time? Thanks Ricky!

The only thing that happens is an increase in the oven temperature. No cooling is necessary. The recipe looks great! Do you think I could bake them for the first 30 minutes at and finish them at the next day? Can I skip the cumin? Is it ok without that? How many salt I need? I tried this today; I never trusted baked fries would be better than the fried ones. But with this recipe they are! Pingback: Friday Favorites Hello Friday. Just wanted to tell you that I have used this recipe for two years and have memorized it because I use it so often!

It is amazing!!!! Most of the time we eat all of the fries before dinner, so we make another batch! Thanks for the recipe!!!!! These look awesome! I am totally trying these tonight. How long do i need to soak the potatoes for? Would you soak sweet potatoes as well? I typically soak mine for at least 30 minutes but they can soak for as long as overnight!

Going to try out this recipe tomorrow night! Quick question first, have you ever tried to make garlic fries with using this recipe? I was originally trying to find a recipe specifically for garlic fries but I came across yours first! This was amazing I baked it for 20 minutes at degrees Fahrenheit and baked it for about 10 minutes at degrees Fahrenheit. This was so simple that I, a novice cook could make it. It was very crispy and all my family members thoroughly enjoyed it. Made these as my chips to go with my curry. These fries are delicious, but must agree the spice combo completes it!

So yummy. Definitely worth the time and effort! So happy I clicked on your site. I was looking for timing for baking fresh french fries. These are amazing and by the way we are having a big blue cheese burger with them! Thanks for your recipes, I already know I will be back to make those beautiful oven roasted parmesan potatoes! Hi wonder if you can recommend any way to freeze these so you can just throw then in the oven when your ready for some fries?? Tried these tonight — we loved them! My boyfriend was so excited about these. I made them tonight! They were good besides the salt.

Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Extra Crsipy Baked Sweet Potato Fries

These are amazing!!! They are perfectly crispy and the seasoning is such a great combo! None left. I just used sea salt and the were very crispy and good. Pingback: carne asada fries — ihaveallergies. Pingback: My Whole Halfway to 30! Your email address will not be published. Here you will find lots of delicious, healthy and sometimes indulgent recipes to inspire you to live a happier and healthier lifestyle. A food blog with delicious healthy recipes. June 30, Print Recipe. Directions: Combine seasoning ingredients in a small bowl; set aside.

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Wash and peel the potatoes. Cut off the ends. Add the fries to a large bowl and cover with cold water. Allow them to soak for at least 30 minutes but they can soak for as long as overnight. Place in the fridge if soaking more than an hour. After the fries have soaked, drain, rinse, and lay the fries on a paper towel lined cooling rack to dry while you preheat the oven to degrees. Blot the tops with additional paper towels to absorb any excess moisture.

Line a baking pan with parchment paper or foil and spray with non-stick spray.


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  • Toss around to mix. Evenly line the baking pan with the fries in a single layer. Bake for about 30 minutes, flipping with a spatula once or twice after 15 minutes of cooking. Increase heat to degrees and continue baking until the edges look a little burnt! Sprinkle the fries with the other half of the seasoning mix and Parmesan cheese optional.

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    • Do you have any advice for making these yummy looking fries in a convection oven? Stephanie — October 28, pm Reply. Layers Of Happiness — November 4, pm Reply. Candice — January 4, pm Reply. These look amazing! I was wondering if you knew the how many calories are there per serving? Jen and Emily — July 1, am Reply.

      Ashley Simply Designing — July 1, pm Reply. Mexican Fried Ice Cream in a Cake Thank you for sharing this!!! My hubby's favorite dessert is fried ice cream. Can't wait to make this for his birthday! He's going to love you! No, no, and oh no, you didn't! I LOVE fried ice cream and once set my entire stovetop on fire trying to fry it. And now I can't wait to make this while keeping all of my parts intact--thank you for this safe option! There used to be a Mexican restaurant in my nearby city that I use to go to when I was a teenager.

      They had the BEST fried ice cream! I haven't been able to find their version of the dessert anywhere. This recipe sounds like the one! The addition of the spice cake sounds heavenly! Can't wait to make it! Subscribe to our newsletter. Receive email updates when we post new content. Powered by MailChimp. By Heather Baird. Monday, July 01, 33 comments. Tags birthdays cakes custards mousses and cold desserts fiestas!

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