Make crispy fresh cut fries in the oven that come out perfect every time… without being deep fried!
And to be honest cutting potatoes with a knife ain’t fun.
So when I got my potato slice and dice tool, fresh fries were had by all. Like three times in the same week.
I was excited!
The first time I went ahead and fried them cause I wanted the crunch.
But I don’t fry food like that. It makes a mess and the smell lingers. And the way my sense of smell is set up. That’s not gone work.
So I tried my hand at making fresh cut fries. In the oven. And I dared to still make them crispy.
And it worked.
I did two things to make that happen and I’m gonna share those two things with you today.
Two Tips to Make Crispy Fresh Cut Fries in the Oven
When I was at the home show getting my potato slice and dice ( that’s not what it’s called but it’s what I call it) she told me if you soak the cut potatoes in cold water for roughly 20 minutes or so, it helps remove excess starch.
And it worked! Fuh Real!
Coat them in oil
I’ve used oil and cooking spray oil. And they have both worked!
And really that’s it!
Okay maybe not completely but that’s it to the tricks.
Here’s the full recipe to tell you step-by-step what you should do crispy fresh cut french fries out of the over.
Here’s to crunchy crispy fresh cut fries Y'all!
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[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Crispy Fresh Cut Oven Fries – Crispy fresh cut french fries that come out perfect every time, without being deep fried! – russet potatoes, , Chop fries user french fry slicer.; Soak in cold water for 20-25 minutes.; Preheat oven to 425℉.; Drain fries and coat in oil.; Spray sheet pay with olive oil.; Sprinkle with sea salt (to taste).; Bake in oven for 35 minutes or until crispy. Flip halfway through.; Season to taste and enjoy!; ; – – Side Dish – American – Recipes – homemade[/wpurp-searchable-recipe]