Often called french fries these are a variation on the popular chip and are just as easy to make at home, here are a few recipe to get you on the right track.
Baked fries are the way to go when you're cutting back on fat. These baked sweet potato sticks are so full of flavour, you'll never know the difference.
Potatoes combine energy-giving complex carbohydrates with plenty of vitamin C, fibre and potassium. They're filling and, if sensibly prepared, low in fat.
My kids love the fast food French Fry but I am not such a big fan, this air fryer recipe make it a bit healthier. Although, I am not keen on all the cutting involved :(
An American staple that is common across the fast-food and dinners; Chilli Cheese Fries are a great side dish to burgers and hot dogs.
I had a lot of butternut pumpkin and decided to bake them as chips. They came out delicious, sweet and salty. You can add other spices, but you have to remember to salt them after removing from the oven, otherwise they come out soft and not crispy.
Chef John cooks and cools russet potatoes to make perfect home fries- crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Home fries are perfect served for breakfast with scrambled eggs.
We normally feel content with french fries from Mac or KFC..but here u can make your own French fries!