Homemade Seasoned Fries

Freshly cut crispy potatoes sprinkled with garlic salt, paprika and fresh herbs make this a delicious and kid-favorite recipe.

Homemade fries (frytki) take me back to my childhood in Poland. My mother made them often after school and I barely remember any leftovers. They were devoured every time and cooked again and again.

Now as a mother myself, I enjoy cooking them for my own family. These simple yummy homemade fries are requested often by my kids and I’m excited to make them anytime.

Oh potatoes! These super inexpensive root veggies are versatile and they go great with any food. Which makes them a hit every time!

Cheers to potatoes!

Using a sharp knife, cut potatoes into long thin strips. Rinse and pat dry.
Slowly immerse them in hot oil. Make sure they are completely covered so they are cooked evenly.
Using tongs, take them out of the hot oil and place on a plate.
Sprinkle them with garlic salt, paprika and a some fresh herbs of your choice.

These go great with ranch dressing, bbq sauce, ketchup or any condiment you crave. In our house, we like to drizzle it with olive oil and garlic salt.

Enjoy them any way you like.

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

  1. Peel, rinse and cut potatoes into thin strips.
  2. In a deep frying pan, heat oil until hot. Fry the potatoes until brown and crispy. (Be careful when handling HOT OIL!)
  3. Using tongs, take them out and place on paper towels.
  4. Sprinkle with seasonings and herbs.
  5. Enjoy them warm with your favorite sauce!
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Ewelinka

So grateful to have you beside my writing journey, inspired by my sister who now lives in heaven. In our home, we live simply, hug often, love lots, make messes, give thanks and leave a trail of memories along the way. We love labs, ginger tea, garlic in everything and surprise dinners. Hope you'll find my writing encouraging and recipes helpful. Happy reading!

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