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My first attempt with baked fries with simply coating the potato slices Yummy ! Your email address will not be published. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Only one or two stuck to the tray. Drain the potatoes then place on kitchen towels (or paper towels) and pat dry. I just keep forgetting about it. This recipe is easy, fast, no fry, with the secret for that extra crunch! For now, though, we’re going back to basics with perfect baked French fries. Spread coated potato slices in a single layer, leaving space around each potato, on the prepared baking sheet. The whole family loved them and there were none left. Drizzle ¼ cup oil onto the paper, then sprinkle it evenly with about ½ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon pepper. They came out soggy and not crispy at all. I”m sure it has some serious recipe secrets. They came out beautifully and were so yummy my daughter is asking to have them every Tuesday. Mix olive oil, paprika, garlic powder, chili powder and onion powder … These will definitely be next! I’ve returned with a renewed sense of appreciation for this place. Toss with your hands until evenly coated. Thanks for posting. Thoughts? Hi! I have just come across your beautiful blog via sometimes sweet. Hi Kate! if you were to ask for it here, they would look at you like you had three eyes. It took a little longer for them to cook. © Cookie and Kate 2010 - 2020. Serve immediately. Pre-heat your oven to 400-425 degrees F. Cover your cookie sheet with tin foil and put in the oven as it preheats. Bring water to a boil. I am on my second time making them and they are a hit with my family!! I let mine soak for approximately 20 mins while I was prepping other items then laid the fries out on a paper towel lined baking sheet and let them air dry for 2 1/2 hours. xo Kris. Potatoes – use high starch potatoes (Idaho baking potatoes, Yukon gold potatoes) Oil – For the best flavor use olive oil if you have. Instagram ⋄ Pinterest ⋄ Facebook, Subscribe to our email newsletter! Coming from the UK, the home of fish and chips, these look absolutely amazing. Dog lover. (You will not be subscribed to our email newsletter. They are so delicious, and without the guilt! You can also add spices. NOT kidding. My 5 year loved store-bought French fries, but not homemade and definitely not potatoes. Hi, thank you for recipe and so happy we found it. Yummy! So thank you for sharing the cutting and soaking trick to make the crisp happen. I do have a question– would you have any advice on how to make them softer and more “bendy”..? Cut potatoes into desired size fries. These baked fries will be super crispy, even in the oven! We don’t care for too much fried foods. You travel like I do, always about the food. I followed the directions exactly but the potatoes STUCK to the parchment paper – flipping them while they were hot took a long time, ripped up the paper and broke the fries into several pieces. Rotate the pan and cook another 5 to 10 minutes, until the underside of the potatoes are spotty golden brown. Turned out great! I let mine soak … & these look scumptious. These sound soooo tasty! Ingredients. You’re welcome, Kimber! thanks for the recipe – i will have try it out. Add all ing. Welcome back Kate! Adjust the oven rack to the lowest position. I’ve heard that from another commenter since publishing this post. Any type of frozen (or even dehydrated) potatoes is expensive at the store. I already tackled making crispy sweet potato fries at home. I love a good french fry once and a while. I left the fries in for a little too long due to helping out with a homework problem but they still turned out amazingly delicious. Sounds like a great trip to NYC – it’s way to easy to just eat and eat your way around the boroughs and never get bored! Your oven baked fried look so good. Rebecca Brand shows how to make Baked Steak Fries, Extra Crunchy. Affiliate details ». xxxFiC. Thank you for sharing. Arrange the fries in a single layer on the prepared. It is only breakfast but I am now planning dinner. These look great too!! Pull out the spuds and get your dip ready! Came out really, really good! They were crisp on the outside and soft and delicious on the inside. Love French fries, but want a heart-healthy alternative for national heart month? hmmm, i wish we had this last night with our burger!!! fry sauce! The length of time for baked French fries will vary, depending on how thick you cut them, your oven… Bake for 5 minutes, then remove the foil and continue to bake for 10 minutes. Bake for 4-5 minutes until crispy and golden. I really need to go back! Yes please! The recipe specified canola oil, so I used my organic, expeller-pressed canola oil for this recipe. Accessibility Policy ⋄ Comment Policy ⋄ Nutrition Disclaimer ⋄ Photo/Recipe Policy ⋄ Privacy Policy, Subscribe to our newsletter! LIke these fries. Glad you enjoyed the fries. Like $3 for a pound, and my family will easily eat two pounds at a meal … We eat oven fries at least three times a week … that’s over 300 pounds just in fries. Want. Thanks for sharing. Whenever he made fries he would soak the potatoes in warm water for up to an hour before throwing them in the fryer. Needless to say, my stomach is full and my mind is buzzing with recipe inspiration. You will be hooked on these. For The Love Of Cooking participates in the Amazon affiliate marketing program, which means we may get paid commissions on chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. Oven Baked French Fries are fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside! Hooray, I’m happy to hear you and your family enjoyed the fries. To get around the burned garlic issue, you can sauté the garlic in the oil, strain, and use infused oil. Also, every time I make them, I wonder how much less oil I’m actually eating – but not enough to actually want to look too seriously into the numbers. Here’s a video of the event by lovely Aube, if you’d like to check it out. and these fries look amazing. Mostly I have read to soak the potatos in ice cold water versus warm, so that is the biggest difference here. Peel the russet potatoes then cut each potato lengthwise into same size fries. A ten-minute soak in hot water prior to baking. Thanks for sharing! Why and How to Make Homemade French Fries. Mix potato slices, olive oil, garlic powder, salt, and black pepper in a resealable bag until evenly coated. Bake 15-20 minutes, turn them and... and browned, approximately 15-20 minutes more. So far every Cooks Illustrated, America’s Text Kitchen recipe I’ve tried have been amazeballs – since we’ve bought our deep fryer, we haven’t baked fries forever, but I do love them! I adjusted the recipe to suggest heating the water separately. Perfect even without the foil ( ran out). I recommend 450, and if you have a convection setting, use that. Before eating, slide the pan back into a 400-450˚F oven and heat the fries until warmed through and crisp (about 5 minutes). :). I looked it up, and it’s the Environmental Protection Agency that recommends you don’t use hot tap water for cooking or drinking. My dog, Cookie, catches the crumbs. Perfect fries! Carefully … It would have been much easier to just straight-out fry them (to be honest, these were so greasy that they probably aren’t much of a health savings compared to fried ones). Belgian Best French Fries or Oven Baked Joy for you and your family IMPORTANT NOTICE for Belgian Fries. I’ll have to give it a try! Cut potatoes in half, then in slices length-wise. I love homemade fries and I can eat potatoes raw. Sounds like such a fun trip! I am amazed with this recipe! Olive oil (about 3 tbsp) Chili powder (I do it to taste, the more you put, the spicier the fries) Garlic powder (also to taste, depending on how much you like garlic) Instructions. I suggest buying organic potatoes because conventionally grown potatoes are on the. I might try curry powder or other spices next time. Though, I am concerend about suggesting HOT TAP water…I have been taught and read never to use hot tap water for cooking (always cold and heat to warm the water), it is likely to draw unwanted elements from the pipes. Homemade Fries are not too hard to make, they are a combination of crunchy with just the right amount of mushy interior. If you made the recipe, please choose a star rating, too. Better to use cold tap or filtered water, heat it up in the microwave, and pour it over the potatoes to soak in. More about Cookie and Kate », Follow us! You can make crispy Baked French Fries in the oven! Thank you! Let your potatoes soak for 10-30 minutes. I didn’t have one single french fry on this New York trip! No, I think those stories about microwave cooking being bad for your health have all been disproven. Whole family loved these! Homemade ones are the best. Thank you all so much for your amazing food recommendations, though! They went great with my turkey burgers and tonight I’m having a fry craving and I’m making them now! Let potatoes soak in cold water in … I’m happy the fries turned out well for you. Place the cut fries … We eat oven fries all the time, but I’ve never tried this technique. My 5 year old helped pick the potatoes, scrub and pat them down. Those fries look fantastic – I totally agree on the soaking. I made them for my wife, Hana, and she was so impressed! It was a whirlwind trip and I wish I could have tried every single recommendation, but I think we managed to eat our way around the city. In the meantime, I tried your recipe, and the french fries were delicious! The dipping sauce is always nice too. Heat oven to 475 degrees F and arrange rack in top. Remove the baking sheet from the oven and scrape the fries loose with a spatula. Fun to hear about all of the places you tried. The only way I like fries is crispy so these are perfect. Adjust an oven rack to the lowest position and preheat the oven to 475 degrees Fahrenheit. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F Cut potatoes into your favorite french fry shape. No more compromising texture for the sake of making baked French fries healthy. Place the cut fries into a large bowl and cover with hot tap water. So glad I found it, delicious every time! All rights reserved. I’ll definitely be trying this one out, I can handle 10 minutes :). Yummy and delicious . I’ve tried to make baked fries several times–the warm water soak really works! Your comments make my day. One of my very favorite cookbooks is called The New Best Recipe (from the editors of Cook’s Illustrated). I’m just guessing here, but I think that for more bendy fries, you could bake the fries for less time, and/or cut them into a more traditional French fry shape rather than wedges. I had heard that the potatoes were to be soaked in COLD water not hot. Remember, thicker fries will take longer, and if your fries are too thin, they may just burn without crisping. Yum! Transfer the fries to some paper towels to drain. Sunshine is streaming through my windows, Cookie is snoozing on the armchair and my air conditioner unit is humming. Thanks, Liz! I did these without the parchment paper on a regular cookie tray. I’m so glad the fries turned out well for you. The trick is to first quarter the potatoes lengthwise, and then cut each quarter lengthwise into 2 to 3 wedges (I sliced mine a little too thin). I’ve had oven fries before that made you forget about frying them!! Your easy oven baked fries will taste best fresh, right out of the oven. It’s good to be home. Preheat oven to 375°F. Should they maybe be submerged in water for longer than 10mins? I can already tell you that my potatoes come out Crispy on both sides w/o flipping – I do also spray the wire rack with a non-stick spray to prevent sticking. I love that cookbook, and my family loves these fries! I’m sure it depends on the pipes. To a ziploc bag and toss well to mix. I didn’t use the parchment paper (I have great nonstick pans) and I used Italian seasoning, paprika, onion and garlic powder. Scrub the potatoes and cut them, lengthwise, into 10 to 12 even wedges. I’ve been craving fries constantly this week! So Delicious! Their trick? Arrange the fries in a single layer on the prepared baking sheet. French fries are one of my favorite comfort foods. Yikes! I always roast chips rather than fry them and they turn out absolutely delicious. I’ll have to give this recipe a shot too. Preheat your oven to 475 degrees. I only post exceptionally tasty recipes, y’all. I believe I had 6 potatoes that filled up 3 baking sheets. Arrange them in an even layer and put them back in the oven to bake until the fries are golden and crisp, about 5 to 10 minutes longer. I have followed every (lengthy)directions and I’m disappointed! I’ve been having a craving for fries but have been trying to steer clear because I am trying to eat a wee bit healthier. 3 large Idaho potatoes. I feel like I owe those of you who offered suggestions a quick rundown of what and where I ate, so here we go: brick oven pizza at Roberta’s in Bushwick, a hot dog from Shake Shack (when in Madison Square Park… eat a hot dog), authentic New York pizza at Carmine’s Pizzeria in Williamsburg, just about the whole menu at Momofuku Milk Bar in Williamsburg and Midtown (I tried the white Russian milkshake, a chocolate-chocolate cookie, blueberry and cream cookie, compost cookie, candy bar pie, pistachio and almond croissant—let’s pretend that I walked enough to burn all that off) and an unforgettable eggplant sandwich at Momofuku Má Pêche. Rotate the pan and cook another 5 to 10 minutes, until the underside of the potatoes are spotty golden brown Rinse and wipe out the bowl then dry it with a kitchen towel. I tried this recipe and the fries turned out great– much crispier and flavorful than fast-food fries. Email me when Kate or another C+K reader replies directly to my comment. ), I’ve seen so many french fry recipes that swear by the soaking approach for the crispiness factor but usually it’s way longer and I’m too impatient for that. Can hardly believe it, but now I can make up for that deficiency by trying these crispy, golden wedges of awesomeness. Wash potatoes and peel. It all starts with a good potato, a nice long oval russet spud is perfect. Can’t wait to try these out and best of all they are healthier than their fried counterparts! They were truly crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. I wanted to serve fries with the Grilled Chicken Sliders with Avocado but I didn’t want to fry them because we are trying to eat healthier. It was fun to do. these look awesome! I lived there for a few years and still knew I could never get to everything I wanted to try. Place the sliced potatoes into a large bowl and cover them with hot water (I used hot water from the tap, but others have suggested that pipes can leach impurities into hot water, so it may be best to use cool tap water that has been heated on the stove). Always free • Unsubscribe anytime, The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. Hey Christina, I’m sorry for my delayed response. LOVE LOVE LOVE these! These fries might be the sexiest thing I’ve never seen. I love that these fries are baked AND crispy, I’ll need to try this technique next time I get my hands on some potatoes. As a thank you, we'll give you our welcome guide with 5 printable dinner recipes. Crispy Baked French Fries. Your putting me to shame there. While most French fries we drool over are submerged in unhealthy oil, we’re thrilled to finally share our secret to crispy fries… no submerging required, but an oven a must you’re probably thinking, potatoes in an oven cannot be as crisp and fluffy as potatoes deep fried, but trust us, these are the crispiest oven baked fries ever. Yummy yummy! Required fields are marked *. Preheat the oven to 475 degrees. It’s always nice to take a trip and return with a new appreciation for where you live, it’s like the universe telling you that you are making the right choices. Evenly sprinkle oiled baking sheet with 3/4 salt and 1/4 tsp pepper (if oil pooled in areas then tilt pan … These were great! I could hardly believe that baked fries could be so crispy, but it’s true. Just made the fries for my family for eating during watching football. Appetizer· Family Favorites· Favorite Sides· Party Snacks· Potatoes· Side Dishes. I like them super crispy and soft on the inside. I would use olive oil, but I’m afraid it might start smoking in the oven. Season with sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste. Glad the fries turned out well! Hi, I’ve read that it’s never a good idea to use hot tap water for preparing food, because it has been stored in a heated metal tank where sediment builds up over time, so it could contain contaminants, and the heat can leach lead from places where metal pipes have been soldered. Wash potatoes leaving skin on (you can peel them if you prefer). I made a second batch this morning with my new baking sheets just to be sure of it! Add a couple of whole garlic cloves and some stripped rosemary twenty minutes before they finish cooking and you have heaven on a plate! They turned out beautifully delicious and crispy! […] version. I’ve been browsing through your recipes and getting inspired by all the recipes and photos, esp the colorful salads and baked goods! Richard, thank you for commenting! I had no idea that trick would work with oven baked fries. I’ve only been to NY once in 8th grade with my family. I love fries but loathe the frozen ones. I’ve never considered the dangers of hot tap water, but it sounds like you’re onto something: See our, Please let me know how it turned out for you! Our free email newsletter delivers new recipes and special Cookie + Kate updates! Thanks a bunch!! Season with sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste. Super crispy french fries! Instead of being deep-fried, they’re baked to perfection in the oven with just a … Dinner should always include fries. YUM! Serve immediately. I knew you wouldn’t let me down. Glad you had fun in NY! This is the best recipe for baked french fries that I’ve come across. They do not store well. These look dangerously good, I love that you kept the skin on too. Cut slices into slivers to get the French fry shape. Then use tongs or the spatula to flip over each wedge. Soaking the potato slices in water and then baking them at two temperatures are the tricks that will make these french fries the best you’ve ever tasted! I tried soaking the fries in cold beer instead of water and the fries turned out great. They came out crisp, you just have to watch them. Hello! Rotate the pan as necessary to help them brown evenly. Go to beeed (yeah) :p hehe.. Well guess what works wonderfully well…spraying an oven proof cooling rack with your favorite, non-stick coating that’s then placed on the cookie sheet…baking the fries on the cooling rack allows the heat to surround the fries evenly and you won’t have to mess with going to all the trouble of turning the fries at some point any time during the cooking process. Easy Oven Baked French Fries In this video I share my oven baked French fry recipe and it won't disappoint! Thank you! Or use sweet potatoes. I enjoy oven baked fries as much as I do fried one, maybe even more so. Cookie and Kate is a registered trademark of Cookie and Kate LLC. I appreciate the feedback. These were amazing!! As you can imagine, magical things arrive at the table when about 15 food bloggers get together to share food and drinks. I can’t wait to try cooking my own renditions of my favorite finds. Follow the baked French fries recipe, roasting the fries until they’re crisp on both sides (don’t add the herbs or parmesan). YUM! Line a heavy-duty, Drain the potatoes then place on kitchen towels (or paper towels) and pat dry. In a large bowl, toss together potatoes, the oil, salt, pepper and any additional seasonings. Why have I never done that before?! Crispy Baked French Fries …UM YES PLEASE! I’m sorry you didn’t love these and they didn’t work for you. Bummer. Hi Kate, Line a heavy-duty baking sheet with tin foil then drizzle two tablespoons of oil on the tin foil followed by a sprinkling of sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper, to taste. I’m sure they were delicious with the sliders! I’m so glad that your feeling better again! Try this recipe for oven baked French “fries.” Cooking at home doesn’t need to be expensive, either. Set aside. I love it. OVEN BAKED FRENCH FRIES Preheat oven to 475 degrees. I’ve baked fries at home many times but always struggle to get them crispy. I warn you… they are dangerously good. Hope you’ll give them a try soon! These look amazing!! Rinse and wipe out the bowl then dry it with a kitchen towel. Wonderful! Cut potatoes... pan in oven. Mini Baked Frittata with Feta, Spinach, Roasted Red Pepper, and Dill ». Remove the foil and continue to bake until the bottoms are spotty golden brown, about 15-20 minutes, rotating the baking sheet after 10 minutes. **Note, my old oven used to smoke at 450, so I had to cook them at 425. These look amazing, Kate! Thanks for commenting, Curly. I make baked fries all the time and have tried different ways. Enjoy. As long as the oven’s hot enough and I’m using russets and I give them some room and flip them, the texture still turns out perfect. Drain the potatoes and pat them dry thoroughly with a tea towel or paper towels. I’m just as happy eating Shake Shack’s crinkle fries in Madison Square Park as I am with Johnnie’s fries here in Oklahoma. I learned the technique from the geniuses of America’s Test Kitchen. Instead of the hassle of flipping over the potatoes mid-way I place the potato pieces single layer on a wire rack instead of a baking sheet. I’ve also heard that microwaves change the molecular structure of food/water so probably heating water on the stove is the safest bet. Touché! About ⋄ Contact ⋄ Cookbook ⋄ Recipes ⋄ Shop ⋄ Subscribe, Cookie and Kate receives commissions on purchases made through our links to retailers. So glad we finally met while you came to visit NYC and could join the potluck party on Friday. I have quick bake function on my oven so I used that. Preheat the oven to 475 degrees. They contain much less fat than regular fried potatoes and they are just as tasty. Cover the baking sheet tightly with tin foil and place into the oven to bake for 5 minutes. I’m really sorry the fries didn’t work out for you. Maybe I will try again, but brush on the garlic when I flip the fries to prevent burning. I love baking my fries, they always turn out great but are never crispy. Thanks! The fry sauce sounds really good also. Sounds like you had plenty to go around. we ate that all the time when i lived in idaho! If you have a question, please skim the comments section—you might find an immediate answer there. Simple, vegan and so easy to make, these oven baked jicama fries are a delicious and low carb alternative to french fries! Hey Mollie, thanks for your input. National Heart Month: Saving Your Health and Wallet | Maybe mine aren’t quite as crunchy as some would like because I don’t dry the potatoes! I really don’t use that cookbook often enough! Thanks for the comment. How do you reheat french fries in the oven? Head over to the homepage, scroll to the bottom and you will see where you can opt in to my newsletter! Here’s a link to the article on their website: Using tongs, flip each fry, keeping the potatoes in a single layer. Thank you for the great directions and extra notes! suddenly jones’n for some fries! In the meantime, stay awesome and come visit soon! I’m still dreaming about Yossy‘s cheese sticks and strawberry pastries, and Veronica’s all-buckwheat, gluten-free version of my crêpes turned out marvelously. Glad you enjoyed the fries, David. Continue baking until the fries are golden and crispy, 5-10 minutes longer, rotating the pan as needed if the fries are browning unevenly. Toss with your hands until evenly coated. Glad to hear it, Aaron! This recipe was a mess! I was skeptical of the multiple steps bedsides just baking, but they were worth it! It’s a lot easier (and healthier) to make french fries at home. Place the cut fries into a large bowl and cover with hot tap water; soak for 10 minutes. Put all of your potatoe wedges into a large bowl then cover them with hot water. This will be a recipe that I will use over and over again that are easy enough to memorize. We decided to put fresh garlic on them half way through cooking. I found a great recipe in this cookbook that I used less oil but other than that did it exactly as written. I cook fresh, vegetarian recipes. Toss the potatoes with the remaining 1 teaspoon oil and mix evenly. If you don't want to mess with deep-frying, this technique of steaming-then-roasting may be your best alternative. Hi, I want to subscribe for this web site to get latest updates, therefore where can i do it ▸ Categories dairy free, egg free, gluten free, nut free, recipes, side dishes, snacks, soy free, vegan, winter ▸ Ingredients french fries, potatoes, Vegetable enthusiast. oven baked french fries Preheat oven to 475 degrees. America’s Test Kitchen says 10 minutes is just the right amount of time. call me a sauce junkie! potatoes,peeled and cut into 1/2'' strips; Use 1 1/2 tbsp vegetable oil; Prepare 1/2 tsp sea salt; Steps to make From scratch oven french fries : Preheat 450°rinse and pat dry potato strips in cold water. Arrange the fries in a single layer on a baking sheet and cover the sheet tightly with foil. Let them soak for 10 minutes. I’ll have to try these. The ingredients needed to make from scratch oven french fries : Take 1 1/2 lb med. They’re great as a side dish or a snack! If you like this recipe, you’ll also like my recipe for. French fries are typically deep fried in vegetable oil and are harmful to your health. Thanks for the reminder, Pam! 3-4 medium potatoes; 1 tbsp oil; salt or seasoning ; cold water; Instructions. We also tried bagels with lox and cream cheese in Madison Square Park (I’m not into lox), Cuban food somewhere in Brooklyn, gelato and beer near Times Square and Indian food in Queens. Transfer the fries to some paper towels to drain. Place the dried fries back into the dry bowl then drizzle the last tablespoon of oil onto the fries. Was so fun meeting you and all the fab blogging gals. Bake for 5 minutes, then remove the foil and continue to bake for 10 minutes. Seasoned, good quality potato wedges are ridiculously expensive. I actually prefer oven baked fries to fried ones! One major takeaway from my trip is that good food is good food, no matter where it is made. Oh yum….always love french fries…the sauce on the side looks really good…. They were a huge hit with everyone at dinner tonight! If I had seen the post earlier, I will definitely made them but it’s really late now [greece]…I’m sure I’m gonna see them in my dreams! I couldn’t detect much of the beer flavor, though, so I’ll stick with hot water. I’ve had this method bookmarked to try for over a year now. there are times (ok all the time) when i make fries JUST for the dipping sauce. So glad to know you had wonderful time… I so wish I could get the chance take part in such an experience someday and get to meet my favorite food bloggers and more! {"cookieName":"wBounce","isAggressive":false,"isSitewide":true,"hesitation":"30","openAnimation":false,"exitAnimation":false,"timer":"","sensitivity":"","cookieExpire":"30","cookieDomain":"","autoFire":"","isAnalyticsEnabled":true}, The America’s Test Kitchen Healthy Family Cookbook. I also brushed fresh, minced garlic over the fries before baking—tasty, but the garlic got a little too brown. Here are some tips for getting it right: Cook at a high temp! Sprinkle with the parmesan and herbs, and serve.

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