You need these and you know it.
Don’t fight it.
I made these using my new OXO hand held spiralizer. Fun twisty food is just a spin away with this cute little gadget. It’s SO easy to use!
It has two blades, it’s fast and efficient.
It literally took me under a minute to spiralize one Russet potato – which is less time it takes to peel a potato.
I mean, seriously, how cute is this.
I also made two dips with Stubbs Anytime Sauces – Sweet Black Pepper Sauce and Texas Sriracha Sauce – I mixed equal parts sauce and Ranch dressing. They turned out just like I thought; perfect.
Notice that I used peanut oil; it cuts down on frying time and prevents you from having to fry them twice to get them crispy.
Of course, there’s always ketchup. Or, catsup. Whichever word you like to call it. I’ve never understood why there’s two ways to spell it, but whatever.
Side note here – I’ve always loved ketchup mixed with mayonnaise for fries. That’s the bomb.
Go here to check out some really cool stuff going on at OXO and make it your business to get a spiralizer – you’ll have fun with it!
I also received a 2 quart baking dish that’s perfect for storing, serving and stacking that can go from freezer to oven! My fries are locked up tight in the freezer in this thermal shock resistant dish.
Here’s your printable for the fries!
- 4 Russet potatoes, washed and pat dry
- 2 quarts peanut oil
- Sea salt
- Stubbs Sriracha Anytime Sauce
- Stubbs Sweet Black Pepper Anytime Sauce
- Ranch Dressing
- Cut potatoes using spiralizer, placing them in a bowl of cold water.
- Heat oil to 325 degrees and drain potatoes; pat dry.
- Fry until golden brown; about 3-5 minutes, depending on thickness.
- Drain on paper towels and salt to taste.
- Mix each Anytime Sauce with equal parts Ranch.
- Serve dips with french fries.
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BrianOctober 5, 2019 at 2:56 PM
Would you recommend soaking the cut french fries in cold water to remove starch before frying?
SheaJanuary 24, 2020 at 5:25 PM
Absolutely! I should have included that because I have always soaked mine. Thank you for pointing that great tip out!!
William ParsonsJanuary 4, 2017 at 4:35 AM
Great I can do it at home, made with love. Hahaha!