The Best Baked Fries Ever

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Cooking with POTS & Pans

This is one of my favorite recipes, and if you are a potsie and need extra salt, this is the key to both your health and your happiness.  I found this recipe a year ago on layersofhappiness.com and I’m so glad I did.

I will caution that it is not an ‘easy’ recipe in terms of kitchen manual labor.  If you’re having a bad day with extremity pain and fatigue, this isn’t the recipe for that day.  In fact I made them today but I had cautioned everyone beforehand that if I was not having a good day they would not be happening.  There is plenty of peeling and slicing which can suck up your energy quickly.

Make sure you have a stool or a chair in the kitchen too, or else your good day will soon be a bad day!

There aren’t many ingredients necessary to make these delicious crispy fries.  I made this infographic to break it down step-by-step.  While they do take some time to make, they are definitely worth it and a thousand times better than throwing frozen fries in the oven.

Baked Fries

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  1. Colleen Knauber says

    I’m blown away by the computer skills. Very professional. Also fries look great….my potato skins stay on the potatoes as God intended, will this recipe still work?

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  2. Going to try these tomorrow. Have had a couple of particularly bad days at end of my holiday as it has been hot here, so my daughter stopped my wheelchair outside a butchers and reappeared with pork scratchings. Not to be recommended as a regular low salt remedy, but they did work a treat!! x

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