All it takes is a sprinkle of this savory garlic seasoning to liven up ordinary french fries, potato wedges and baked potatoes.
A great way to spice up your dishes at home, or a fantastic gift for the cooks in your life.
Packaged in a food grade resealable bag. Includes a NET WT 1.59 oz of seasoning.
roasted garlic, sea salt, onion and white pepper
*Photo shown represents flavor and/or recipe idea. Package of mix includes the dry seasoning only. Any other components (ie. french fries, oil, etc.) are not included in the mix.
All Natural Gluten Free Dairy Free
Recipe: Pub House Style French Fries
This recipe creates that perfect french fry that is soft on the inside and crispy on the outside.
Peel your potatoes, then cut them into sticks. Once you have cut all of the potatoes, place them in a large colander and rinse them off. Next place them in a large pot, cover them with cold water and let them soak for at least two or three hours or even better overnight
After they are done soaking, drain the fries, rinse them off one more time in the colander and then lay them on a bunch of paper towels to dry them off. Blot the top of the potatoes with paper towels to remove all the excess moisture.
Now you are ready to do the first fry. Preheat your pot of oil to 300° F. Fry the potatoes for approximately 4-5 minutes. This is a first cook and you are not looking to brown them on the outside, just to soften them up on the inside. Test one at the 4 minute mark. If it cuts through easily they’re done. Drain them and place them on new, dry paper towels.
Once all of your fries have been pre-cooked and are drying, turn your pot up to 400°F. Once the oil has reached this temperature it is time to start the final cook. Fry them until they are golden and crisp. Remove from the pot and set them on a paper towel for a final dry. At this time we like to season the fries, as they are still piping hot and a little oily. This helps the seasoning really stick to the fries at this stage. Now you are ready to serve.