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French Fries And Chips

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Homemade Crispy French Fries are devouring and so tempting that no one can have enough of this simple dish.

About Recipe

Bangaldumpa vepudu, Uralaikilangu varuval, Aloo Bhaja

How to make French fries and chips

(42 ratings)
120 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
French fries and chips
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Potato
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 16, 2019


Ingredients used in French fries and chips
• Potato - 4 number.
• Oil - as required.
• Salt - to taste.
Method:
  • Peel the potato cut into even size for french fries.
  • Boil the water and add potatos and half cook it.
  • then dry them in nice cloth.
  • Take oil for Fry, deep fry these french fries sprinkle salt on top of it.
  • Peel the potato cut into chips shape with the craper and dip in water.
  • Take out from water dry them with a cloth.
  • Take oil for fry , add the chips into it remove when it becomes little white or golden colour.
  • Sprinkle salt as per taste.





Cooking with images Batate bhaji, Potatos , Aalugadde palya







 

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FrenchFryFairyLove Posted on Mon Feb 14 2011

Lots of great tips here! Thanks :)

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Omar Mirza Posted on Wed Feb 23 2011

i suggest everyone to use marrispipers

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TheGreatKas Posted on Tue Mar 29 2011

i lost track of how many times he says 'potato'

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Dr. Pierre Khazen Posted on Sun Apr 17 2011

patetoh nd pattetos

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MrProductionCopter Posted on Wed May 04 2011

Please stop describing the bag and help me make French fries and Podado chips

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vijay kumar Posted on Wed May 04 2011

Whether he says pat-a-toes, or pata-tos, pototos.... I dont care . Unless you get to know, what he is saying, language is no barrier. Whatever his accent may be, if he is able to convey what he wanna say us all, then what the fuck is the big deal?

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Paul Lennon Posted on Wed May 18 2011

Not chips, Crisps!

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huzain babu Posted on Sat May 28 2011

i would like to know how to make tortilla chips(nachos)

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lola evans Posted on Sat Jun 04 2011

he says potato funny its funny!

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volcanicdiarrhea Posted on Thu Jun 09 2011

Dude, you retards. yyou say hahah this asian chink or anyother race that says stuff funny. you just make fun of them. but can you do what they are doing? i bet not.

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Brighthomes1 Posted on Fri Jun 10 2011

I get better results with my fries when I parboil them for a minute or so...just get a pan of water boiling rapidly. Carefully place your sliced potatoes in the boiling water, wait a minute or two, then drain them. Let them dry before frying in oil

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33rdSniper Posted on Tue Jun 14 2011

Inidá ?

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