I forgot what she does to her chips unless I try finding the video, but what I do with mine is just add a little lemon juice, black pepper, cayenne pepper, minced garlic or garlic powder, and Italian seasoning. Sometimes I add onion powder to them as well. Mix well, put on a baking sheet with parchment paper. For me, the oven is set to 420F and cook for 20 mins on both sides until the chips puff up (since mine are pretty big wedges).
I love that one too! i feel though, that my potatoes are really dry, i guess water would help with that but any suggestions?
spray water from spray- bottle right onto chips in oven few times during cooking
i like the recipes on potatostrong.com
I usually just cut them into wedges, put them on parchment paper, and bake at 400 F. But recently I started boiling them with spices for about ten minutes and then baking them. Curry fries are my new favorite (:
I recently started cutting mine into mini wedges (long potato wedegs and then cut those in half) and they're so good. Can just pop them into my mouth since they're smaller pieces. I have some curry powder I need to use up so curry fries sound delicious. Do you cover them when you boil them? or just boil them without it?
I just buy curry powder from Winco from their bulk bin..not sure if it has a brand. Will have to check eventually.
Just made some with curry powder and they are delicious! However, mom said the smell of the curry is getting to her (because I'm baking their oil laden frozen fries which is also adding to the smell). XD if she lived in an Indian restaurant, her nose couldn't take it I bet.
Oh oops! Sorry about that. You could probably look some up online or check some grocery stores in your area. Another idea would be going to an Ethnic store/International food store and get some for cheap and possibly better quality.
I love chippies and chili sauce!
However, today with organic carrots .99 a bag.
This recipe for roasted carrots is amazing!
AMAZING. CARROTS. (the orange and lemon while baking is optional in my opinion)
The trick is to parboil, add rub, then bake.