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Un-fried French Fries

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Consider yourself a fries connoisseur? Same here. When it comes to a smarter baked version, accept no substitute for this crispy, tangy version topped with Parm.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
5/28/2013
Not a ton of flavor. Wish they were more crispy. I think I'll try it again with more seasonings.
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2/4/2013
They were so good that I didn't want to share.
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8/11/2012
ried this recipe last night. Loved it. Added a little bit of spices. This recipe is a keeper.
posted:
4/29/2012
I always make baked "fries", but this was the first time I tried it with the Italian dressing (added a little xtra oil for crisp, and season-salt). Good. Instead of turning them during cooking, I lay them on a rack on the baking sheet, they cook crisp on both sides that way, with no baked-on crud on the sheet.
posted:
1/19/2012
I loved them I made a few minor adjustments! I used ranch and added seasonal salt,garlic salt I also added a tablespoon of oil maybe 2 and last i left them in longer. They came out really good and crispy.
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1/3/2012
The Fam totally scarfed them down! I added a little seasoning and they burst with flavor in your mouth! I used cooking spray and had NO problems with them sticking to the pan! My family said "put this one on the list!"
posted:
11/15/2011
I love these fries and have made them several times,
posted:
9/1/2011
VERY TASTY. I cut the wedges thinner for a faster cooking time. I also baste the fries when I flip them over for more flavor.
posted:
7/5/2011
These were really good. I did have to cook them about ten minutes longer because I wanted them a little crispy. Also after I cut up the potatoes I rinsed them really well in cold water. It gets rid of some of the starch which results in cripier fries. Will make again soon!
posted:
6/2/2011
even the picky, McDonald's french fry, eating men in my house loved this recipe. The only thing different I do is kick the oven to 450 degrees - there is a better crunch on the fries. YUMMY!
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