The sudden expansion steam inside the potatoes in hot, hot oil will fluff the inside and crisp the outside of our french fry. This coating will help get the fries extra crispy. Combine ¾ cup water and cornstarch in large bowl, making sure no lumps of cornstarch remain on bottom of bowl. Pinning this to use later. I also would have never thought of using corn starch. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on December 07, 2012: KoffeeKlatchGals, it's always intrigued me that little tweaks here and there are the key to perfect fries. Place in one layer on the baking sheet. French fries. So now that we understand the way starch acts for us in the fries, we can understand why we starch the potatoes. Homemade fast food. Thank you for the votes and share! I love the photos! Thank you for coming by! Denise Handlon, oven baked fries are healthier but I agree...you lose the crispiness. VVanNess, you definitely can't beat the fresh herbs! We will use our ChefAlarm®  leave-in probe thermometer to monitor the oil temperature and fry our potato strips the first time at a relatively low temp–325°F (163°C)–to burst the starches. The water-cornstarch bath, as well as frying the potatoes twice, are the secrets to crispy, golden brown, deep-fried sweet potato fries.Soaking the raw potato strips in an ice water bath at the start also helps to keep the potatoes from sticking to each other, and adds to their crispiness. Carol, I must admit that I only make them as a rare treat, or for when we have company. Any particular brand? In the unlikely event of leftovers, you can reheat the baked fries by preheating your oven to 400 degrees and placing an empty baking sheet in the oven while the oven preheats. Soaking the potatoes in cold water first and lightly dusting them with cornstarch before frying (a tip from Cooks' Illustrated) considerably ups the crispy factor. Enjoy! Or mince a few garlic cloves and some parsley and toss with hot fries for a special gourmet touch. Thank you for reading and commenting! Now your only decision is to peel or not to peel. Loveofnigjht Anderson from Baltimore, Maryland on November 26, 2012: I learned a lot today about my best friend the potato. Transfer to clean brown paper or paper towels. A neighborhood Chinese market has started selling half cooked fries for a little more than plain potatoes. Kierstin Gunsberg from Traverse City, Michigan on June 08, 2017: These look so awesome! The 2nd fry at 375 for 3 minutes came out not crispy but a bit soggy. Put the cut potatoes in a bowl with lots of cold water to soak for 30 minutes, agitating them from time to time. We love pink sea salt. Which salt is best for fries? From “Steak Frites” in The Cook’s Illustrated Meat Book, Share a photo and tag us — we look forward to seeing what you made! A few potatoes, like Kennebec and Yukon Gold, fall in between (medium-starchy). Kosher salt is great for extra crunch, although many fry aficionados swear by finely ground salt. I would love to do a cookbook. We cannot just cut up some spuds and throw them into hot oil. Does anyone else have info about how our forebears did their frying? Ms. Immortal from NJ on November 26, 2012: Joaniebaby, the biggest time investment is slicing the potatoes into matchsticks. I carefully monitored the temperature too. LOL, could not resist my usual word making! Using a long-handled slotted spoon, wire skimmer or frying spider, transfer matchsticks to hot oil. DO NOT place fries in the oil with your hand as pictured. Susan Hazelton from Sunny Florida on December 07, 2012: I knew about the cold water but had no idea about the cornstarch. Roasted potato planks aren't French fries. Place potatoes in bowl, wrap tightly with plastic, and microwave until translucent around edges, 3 to … Years ago we had a deep fryer go on fire in the home so maybe it's a sub-concious thing. I fry mine until halfway done and then freeze for at least 7 hours or until the next day or whenever I feel like fries again.........the best fries ever....... Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on November 27, 2012: Flashmakeit, I'm glad you're a fellow fry lover! I have made fries before with a cornstarch coating that left almost a crust on the fries … Use enough oil so that you can submerge a small batch of food completely. Thanks so much for the comment, vote, pin and share! It's my favorite kitchen tool by far. the good people at Modernist Cuisine give this recommendation: Add the oil to a deep pot, but fill it no more than half full. Well said, Kaili Bisson. I have never made homemade french fries because as you stated, they are easy enough to find in the U.S. and most of them are really good. I could never afford one...it was a gift. You're right, there's nothing like crispy french fries. But they're so worth it! I'll have to try that next time. Drain the potatoes and dry them as well as you can. dobo700 from Australia on January 16, 2013: Sounds delicious, and the safety tips a really useful. One day, you will get splashed and that stuff is HOT. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Enjoy! Bake for 18-20 minutes, flipping after 10 minutes until nice … Many restaurants there are known for crispy fries that are inexpensive and delicious. Fry in batches for 3 minutes. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on March 02, 2013: Unknown spy, I've never soaked mine in salt water but it makes sense--salt draws moisture out. To mimic the real deal's delicately crispy crust and rich flavor in the oven, you first have to understand what makes a fry a fry. Follow the baked French fries recipe, roasting the fries until they’re crisp on both sides (don’t add the herbs or parmesan). If you've mastered them, regular old French fries will be a cinch! Ok, I’m going to jump ahead to the double frying here, because it just makes more sense when we’re trying to understand what’s happening. We finally took a tip from La Lucha, a well-known sandwich joint in Miraflores that boasts "the best French fries in Lima".Their fries are crispy on the outside with a tender, nutty-flavored center. https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-baked-sweet-potato-fries-241843 Can't wait to give it a try again! Then we let them rest before frying again at a much higher heat–375°F (191°C)–to create steam. With lots of ketchup! Thanks so much for sharing this information. But....if I ever decide to make them at home, this is a great tutorial on how to make them crisp and well flavored. I love french fries and hate when they come out limp and greasy. With thermal know-how, an understanding of starches and a ChefAlarm to keep an eye on things, crispy, golden french fries are within your reach! some say when you soak the potatoes in cold water, you must also add salt too... i guess, its not important to add salt right? Suzanne Ridgeway from Dublin, Ireland on November 26, 2012: What a great hub! While deep-frying, it's best to wear a heavy apron and a long-sleeved shirt to protect the arms. Georgescifo, I'm glad you're going to try it! Microwave, stirring every 20 seconds, until mixture begins to thicken, 1 … At only 170 calories per serving, Crispy Baked Carrot Fries are the perfect healthy side dish to satisfy your french fry cravings without the guilt. Perfect fries are fluffy inside and crispy outside, with millions of micro-bubbles forming a shatterable golden crust. Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on November 25, 2012: So corn starch is the secret ingredient. In fact, we here at ThermoWorks are going to spend the next couple blog posts exploring the thermal secrets behind crispy-outside, fluffy-inside, perfect fries at home. If you've tried that method, let us know in the comments section. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on March 02, 2014: prasetio30, I'm glad you look forward to trying this recipe. Absolutely use your smoke to monitor oil temps! I've pinned this to my recipe board so I can try your technique next time I make fries! Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on December 29, 2012: Sonimanjari, please do! Victoria Lynn from Arkansas, USA on November 25, 2012: Yum! Who doesn't love potatoes? safiq ali patel from United States Of America on November 26, 2012: Good recipe but I would worry a little about the fat. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on February 04, 2013: Pinkchic, the homemade fries are so much yummier than the frozen or fast food ones. Peel the potatoes and slice them into 1/2" thick slices. Thanks for letting me brag about my knife. Thanks so much for your visit. I do love fries I have to say bit do not make them. Never reuse frying oil. Increase oil temperature to 375 Fahrenheit (190 C). ; Coating the fries in a mixture of oil and cornstarch … Starch granules, when heated in the presence of water (in this case, water from the potato itself), swell up and eventually burst into individual strands. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on December 13, 2012: Express10, these are delicious fries and we're so fortunate to have huayro potatoes here in Peru. Read "How to Choose a Healthy & Tasty Cooking Oil" for more on this subject. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on December 11, 2012: FullofLoveSites, potatoes are loved the world over! Voted up and a bunch of others. We often oven-bake fries, too, just because it's a healthier choice. Crisply done! I had the fries … There’s something I’m not understanding about oil. These are so much healthier than fried fries, making it an easy trade. Give them a stir, and cook until they are golden brown, crispy and delicious—about 3 minutes. Thanks for the vote and comment! You should dry the fries after rinsing, and then let them sit after tossing with starch to let the starch-crust form. If you have an unusual fry flavor preference, please tell us about it in the comments section. Useful pics. I have had this happen and I think it might have something to do with the potato. I probably wouldn't bother to make them at home if I had that luxury! These are definitely crispy fries! The solid starch-granule bricks explode into feathery, less-dense strands. Awesome hub vespawoolf! Then there's the matter of dipping. I appreciate the votes. Thanks for coming by and please let me know how the fries come out! Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on March 01, 2013: PeggyW, I agree that that are enough French fries in the States to go around! Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on November 18, 2013: Careermommy, thanks for your compliment! JustAskSusan, only a real cook would ask that question. Imagine a stack of bricks all swelling up and then exploding into goose-down pillows. Coating veggies with panko to make them crispy is a trick I employed for these popular Zucchini Fries. Enjoy and thank you! Lindacee, they really aren't hard to make at home and if you have a craving for fries, I do think it's healthier because you can choose a healthier oil for frying. As Fuchsia Dunlop’s book Every Grain of Rice: Simple Chinese Home Cooking clarifies, “The Chinese use a variety of plain starches to thicken sauces and to give a silky mouthfeel to wok-cooked meat, fish and poultry.” Dunlop suggests buying potato flour, with cornstarch as a backup. When I go to the market I just gaze at all the potato varieties and ask, "which one's best for frying...or soup"...or whatever I'm cooking that day. I hope you also discuss the equally difficult to master, Fried Potatoes. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on December 04, 2012: The cornstarch trick helps a lot with oven fries, although they're unfortunately never as crispy as fried. If you eat fries often, the oven method would definitely be a wiser choice. To mimic the real deal's delicately crispy crust and rich flavor in the oven, you first have to understand what makes a fry a fry. Thank you for coming by! I'm sad to admit that my Wusthof knives are sitting on the bench now. Please let me know how they come out if you have a chance. French fries are my weakness. We will definitely be trying your recipe soon! Thanks for sharing with us. While most French fries we drool over are submerged in unhealthy oil, we’re thrilled to finally share our secret to crispy fries… no submerging required, but an oven a must you’re probably thinking, potatoes in an oven cannot be as crisp and fluffy as potatoes deep fried, but trust us, these are the crispiest oven baked fries ever. Homemade fries are so much better than the frozen variety. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on April 08, 2013: frances-clare, you could also try flour. I definitely want to try and make these now! Add oil to the cold pan, allowing at least two inches of headroom in case the oil bubbles over when you drop in the fries. Nothing beats a good homemade chip (french frie) and your info here is FRIALICIOUS !! Crispy French Fries are the best. These potatoes are high in starch and low in moisture which translates into tender, crispy fries. Thanks for taking the time to make a comment, though. I usually season them and throw them into the oven to bake, but it loses the crispiness. After reading this hub, I may have some tonight! Victoria Van Ness from Fountain, CO on February 27, 2014: Great recipe! It lowers blood pressure naturally and you can buy the extract on Amazon. And I love french fries! Frying Perfect Chicken. I'm sure it would make them nice and crunchy...and the chili powder would be tasty and a little spicy. A half-hour soak in cold water, with occasional agitation, will rinse away surface sugars, giving us time to properly cook the inside of the potatoes before the outside begins to scorch. One other step that can help is to make sure your fires have developed a good, dry-looking starchy exterior. A cast iron skillet increase oil temperature to 375 Fahrenheit (190 C), is an interesting information, to save energy. We love French Fries and I haven't made them from scratch forever. Lastly, take our poll: "How Do You Like Your Fries? I try to make double batches of everything while I'm in the kitchen and freeze half for busy nights. With a dash of imagination, and cornstarch, these home fries pass the crisp test Nov. 7, 2020 at 7:00 am A spice blend that includes smoked paprika … But we’re going to start today with the standard, wired-for-success method for good fries from Cook’s Illustrated: double fried potato french fries. Not all oils are created alike. Useful article because I do like fries. I hope you have a chance to try them...they're practically foolproof. : ). This oil is too hot! This will also remove excess surface water, which will prevent boil ups. Thick-Cut Oven Fries for Two (Serves 2) Why This Recipe Works: When traditional French fries are fried, water is rapidly driven out of the starch cells at the surface of the potato, leaving behind tiny cavities. Kaili Bisson from Canada on November 26, 2012: So much nicer with their jackets on...thank you for the great Hub! This method is basically the touchstone for any thorough discussion of homemade french fries. If we were to fry them without first rinsing them, the sugars on the outside would caramelize in the hot oil and burn before the interior starches have had a chance to cook properly, which can result in brown, acrid-tasting and unattractive french fries. flashmakeit from usa on November 27, 2012: Never thought of using cornstarch. Return fries to hot oil, in batches, and fry 3-4 minutes or until golden brown. We know potatoes are full of starch (we’ll talk about how to deal with that in a minute), but they are also full of natural sugars. Now heat the oil to 375 F. Return the fries to the oil and cook for another 2 to 3 minutes or until the fries are golden brown and crispy. Thank you for your meaningful comment. Mazeltov! Place a wire cooling rack on top of a baking sheet. But after moving to a little town in the Peruvian Andes and eating more than our share of limp fries, we realized the only way to enjoy restaurant-style French fries—crispy, tender, golden—was to make them at home. Is it possible to get crispy fries from grilling or baking them, or do you always have to fry them for the best crunch? And potatoes are inexpensive and available most anywhere. If I can find a way for THermoWorks to make homefries easier or better, you can bet I’ll put it up here! They can certainly be frozen after the initial oil-blanching! Of course, frying them isn't the most healthy option but a nice treat now and then. It's overwhelming. Billybuc, I'm so glad you liked this recipe! In Cusco, where you can buy two pounds for 30 U.S. cents, it's a delicious and budget-friendly choice. I love all the tips and new things I have learned about the common french fry. Use a pot-clip to attach your ChefAlarm probe to the side of the pot and set the high alarm for. Meanwhile, heat the oil over medium-high heat in a large Dutch oven or heavy pot. I've recently started to master crispy sweet potato fries and would love to try my hand at regular potato fries, too. If you make French fries frequently, consider investing in a mandoline. Fresh grilled burger? Waxy potatoes like Yukon Gold or red varieties don’t have the starch needed to get as fluffy or crisp. STEP 5: COAT YOUR FRIES. Be careful not to overcrowd the pan. Since 2,300 potato varieties exist in Peru, finding the perfect frying potato was quite a challenge. Fries darkened but crisped. Crystal Tatum from Georgia on November 26, 2012: Yum - nothing like good crisp french fries. Thanks so much for the comment, vote, pin and share! just be sure to use a pot clip to keep the probe suspended. Also never thought of making fries without peeling the potato, yey less work! This will keep the cooked fries warm and crispy while you finish cooking the rest. Sarah Carlsley from Minnesota on February 04, 2013: Yum, these look delicious! Although fried foods aren't exactly high on the list of healthy foods, at least we can choose to fry with safer, cleaner oil. It’s also how we get the crisp on the outside: “That bursting of starch granules is essential to forming a thick crust: it’s the sticky, gelatinized starches that form the framework for the bubbly crust.” (J. Kenji López-Alt, The Food Lab , pg 90). Thus, we have both 1) eliminated bad surface sugars and 2) maintained (or even improved) the potential for a crisp french … You won't believe the difference! They ought to be able to be fired straight from the freezer in that case, but be sure that your oil level isn’t too high for that fry! Leave the fries out at room temperature on the baking sheet (uncovered) for up to 2 hours. The fries … Two popular choices to make baked vegetable fries crispy are: Panko Breadcrumbs. Great article. Oils with low smoke points degrade at high temperatures, with serious consequences. This always happens to me for some reason. And yes, I’m using peanut oil. This is a great idea and definitely worth trying out. A crisp crust requires an initial period of gentle frying, so that the starch in the surface cells has time to dissolve from the granules into a thicker, more robust layer. Thanks for the great hub. I appreciate the vote and comment. To achieve perfect french fry results, we’re going to start by rinsing our potatoes and then coat them with a light layer of cornstarch before double frying them. This technique is so easy, and the resulting fries … While you wait, prepare a rimmed cookie sheet with brown paper of a triple layer of paper towels. Turn the heat to high. We used a. Chill in … We love our fries with their jackets but whichever your preference, you'll be pleased with the results. Vespa Woolf (author) from Peru, South America on November 30, 2012: DeborahNeyens, mayonnaise is a delicious fry dip. Barbara Purvis Hunter from Florida on November 25, 2012: Thanks for this great hub---and now I am hungry. Rose Clearfield from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 26, 2012: Thanks for the great tutorial! What makes these French fries Ultimate? She belongs to Cook's Recipe Testers for "Cook's Illustrated". I usually just buy frozen fries so I'm wondering- could these be frozen too? Try frying them a little longer, just don’t let them brown too much. Thanks! When I want french fries—expecially homemade ones—I want them golden and beautiful. You are using russets, right? Place in a large microwave safe bowl and … Jamie Brock from Texas on December 09, 2012: Thank you for this awesome hub! Loved all your tips on oils, potatoes and salt to use. Lastly, if you are worried about it, use less oil and fry in smaller batches. Voted up. : ) Yes, 2,300 varieties is overkill and that's a low estimate. Thanks again for a really super hub, All the votes, shares and pinned!! Roasted potato planks aren't French fries. Soaking them in water also draws out moisture and leaches away the starches, which make fries soggy. But sometimes only french fries will do. You did a great job with this.. Increase oil temperature to 375 Fahrenheit (190 C). The easiest and fastest way I found to get French fries crispy is to cut them, place them in the basket, and drop basket in 375 degree oil for about a minute or two, then remove the basket and place it in the sink and run cold water over them for about a minute, then place them back into the oil VERY SLOWLY because the water on the fries will cause the oil to pop out (so be very cautious here) and cook to done and they will come out crispy. Mhatter, how nice to have inexpensive and delicious fries nearby. Thanks for coming by. But worry not, we at ThermoWorks are going to spend the next couple posts going over the thermal secrets of crispy-outside, fluffy-inside, perfect fries at home. It seems to lose it’s power even though the thermometer registers the correct temperature. The transition from probe to cable cannot be submerged in oil or it will damage the probe. Not necessarily. @ThermoWorks. No need to make them at home. Thanks for sharing. Drain on clean paper, then salt generously and serve right away. Square off the sides of the potatoes, then cut them into ¼” sticks. Cornstarch. I ticked mayonaise as my choice but I do love salt and garlic mayonaise also on my fries.Loved your tips on seasoning ideas and will definitely make some fries now. Since 2,300 potato varieties exist in Peru, finding the perfect frying potato was quite a challenge. You'll never think about French fries the same way again after this. The secret? 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