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Baking these fries instead of frying them, and preparing them with KRAFT Lite House Italian Dressing and KRAFT Reduced Fat Parmesan Style Grated Topping gives you a savings of 285 calories, 20g of fat and 4g of saturated fat per serving when compared to the same amount of fast-food french fries.
Cut potatoes lengthwise in half; place, cut-sides down, on cutting board. This will hold the potatoes in place when you cut them lengthwise into sticks.
Drive past the drive-through and make these delicious low-fat fries at home. You'll enjoy all the flavor without the fat of the fast-food favorite. And as a bonus, the potatoes provide a good source of both vitamin C and fiber.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
Great recipe! I rinsed the potatoes in fresh water,then dried with paper towels.A little red pepper and good to go.
I made this recipe before but cut the potatoes more like traditional French fries. It was good. But this time when I was on the website, I saw the video and saw exactly how it was done. It was a great improvement! I did add some salt after baking them. But they were great! They were hearty planks of potato and goes great with a homemade burger on my George Foreman grill! Plus I don't feel like I ate a ton of grease!
Not a ton of flavor. Wish they were more crispy. I think I'll try it again with more seasonings.