Crispy French fries are a first choice for many! No one can resist crispy and fluffy French fries. Most importantly, the crispy nature of French fries has been the overriding factor while choosing French fries. You must have realized that the French fries you make at home cannot match those at restaurants looking at the crispiness. For this reason, learning how to make crispy French fries would just sort out the difference.
General Rules for How to Make Crispy French Fries
Take a pound sized Idaho Russet Potato.
Slice the potato into even pieces to ensure uniform frying.
Rinse the potato chips in cold water and then deep them in ice water prior to frying. This guarantees fluffiness to the inside and crispiness to the outside.
Fry the potato chips in two stages of different temperatures: first at 325 (F) and then at 375 (F).
Your French fries are ready for eating once you season them.
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