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Un-fried French Fries

Un-fried French Fries recipe
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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:
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!
posted:
4/6/2011
Fries were great!! Husband raving to others about them. He has to watch fats,etc., so delighted he liked them. Will definitely make again.
posted:
4/2/2011
They were good, I added a little seasoning and cooked them on parchment paper so they wouldn't make a mess of my pan.
posted:
2/24/2011
The flavoring was fine but I had a hard time getting them to crisp and brown. It ended up with a texture more like roasted potatoes. It also made a mess of my pan - I am still soaking it.
posted:
1/25/2011
These are very easy to make. They bake quickly & taste great! My small children loved them, which is great because they are so much healthier to eat than frozen fries.
posted:
1/18/2011
These fries were wonderful. They were a big hit with the kids too. We will be making these again.
posted:
11/9/2010
This was pretty good, but I also doused all the fries heavily with seasoning salt (the kind with salt, paprika, etc.)
posted:
9/7/2010
Very tasty...sprinkle a little cheese on the fry's before baking when they are spread out on the cookie sheet, gives them a nice crunch.
posted:
6/3/2010
The dressing burned to the pan and the potatoes. I scraped off the burned bits so it still worked. Next time I would skip the dressing and just coat them in olive oil and maybe garlic powder, salt and pepper like a previous review suggested.
posted:
3/16/2010
They were ok - not crispy enough in my opinion, though.
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