Restaurant Style Seasoned French Fries made homemade from scratch are some of the most delicious fries you will ever make. Learn how to make your own fries at home, better than any restaurant using this recipe.
Made with fresh ingredients and spices these seasoned fries will delight and amaze. This is a simple to make French fry recipe, but It’s not fast… the perfect seasoned fries take a little time.
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Hillbilly Jilly Seasoned French Fries – Homemade from Scratch
Makes 2 servings
● 1 tablespoon salt – preferably fine grained like popcorn salt
● 1 tablespoon sugar – preferably fine grained
● 1 teaspoon paprika
● 1⁄2 teaspoon onion powder
● 1⁄2 teaspoon garlic powder
● Very small pinch cayenne pepper – Careful, a little goes a
● 1 teaspoon fresh turmeric chopped
● 2 stalks fresh celery chopped
● 1/4 cup white vinegar
● 4 large potatoes / peeled or not
1. Place cut potatoes in large bowl, add vinegar and cover with
2. Add fresh celery and turmeric to potatoes, mix and let stand
at room temperature for one to three hours.
3. Drain and pat dry potatoes. Pick out celery and turmeric if
desired - I just fry them up with the taters.
4. Heat oil to 320 degrees and fry potatoes for approximately
5. Drain fries on paper towels
6. While fries are still hot, place in large bowl, add desired
amount of seasoning and toss.
Note: Serve immediately and enjoy!
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