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French Fries



3-5 Lbs. Potatoes

Vegetable Oil (for Frying)

Salt To Taste

Pepper to Taste


  1. Cut potatoes to desired length and width. Batonnet cuts (1/4 x ¼ x 2-3 inches long) work well.

  2. Let cut potatoes soak in cold water. This can be until potatoes are done cut, or up to overnight. The more water that is absorbed the stronger the potato will be.

  3. Once potatoes have soaked, drain the water. Use paper towels to soak up remaining water that has been left behind.

  4. Heat oil to 300 Degrees. You will par-cook the French fries for 3-4 minutes. This means to almost cook, or cook, but not quite finish. The fries will not be golden brown. This may take three or four batches dependent on amount of potatoes.

  5. Remove the fries, and place par-cooked fries onto a pan with paper towel to absorb oil.

  6. Once all fries are par-cooked, heat the oil to 400 Degrees, or put on high if using a standard burner.

  7. In patches, cook the fries for 3-4 minutes. This cooking session will give the color that is intended.

  8. Remove fries, place on pan with paper towel to absorb extra grease/oil.

  9. Add Salt and Pepper to taste.

  10. Feel free to use any other additives: herbs or spices. Serve with your choice of dipping sauce.

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