The Fries at Five Guys: Cut the potatoes then soak them in ice-cold water until the water runs completely clear. This will wash away all the excess starches that could lead to soggy, limp fries. You will have to drain the sink a few times to achieve this, but if you skip this step you will be disappointed with the fries, I guarantee it! Regular Fries: Sea Salt. Cajun Fries: Sea salt, pepper, paprika, chili powder, white pepper, and 'spice.' Fry Russet potatoes in 100% peanut oil.
No more going through the fast-food drive thru to get your salty, french fry fix – these delicious recipes will make you want to make your own instead. Try making baked Greek fries, double beer battered Cajun fries, bacon cheese fries, pad Thai fries, and more. Served as a snack or a side, you’ve never had fries like this before, and you’ll want to have them again and again.
Crunchy fries coated in cheese and spices AND a sweet, creamy, and spicy dipping sauce? Count me in! Be sure to try this recipe for Carnation Cafe's famous Pomme Frites and Cajun Remoulade... It's straight from Disneyland!