Seasoned Crispy Fries

I have a new favorite way to cook by oven roasted french fries.

Instead of using salt, I use my homemade Emeril’s Seasoning Mix, and it is so good.

It takes my simple oven fries, and gives them a whole new taste.

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

Comments

  1. Wow! These sound absolutely scrumptious! 😀 I bet my crew would love thse! 😀

  2. carol at A Second Cup says:

    I would have never though to use the seasoning on potatoes. Yum.
    .-= carol at A Second Cup´s last blog ..A Week That Would Change History: Yom Shlee´shee: Third Day =-.

  3. I think these taste like arby’s curly fries!

  4. Yumm, these looks so good! I love finding new recipe blogs.

  5. We also use emeril’s seasoning on our oven baked fries! Never made from scratch though! Sounds good!

  6. these sound so easy i’m going to have to give them a try. i’ve tried making fries in the past but they never come out as crispy as i want but i think more oil is the key

  7. AllieZirkle says:

    I love the sounds of this recipe! Do you really cut the fries only 1/4″ long? or is that 1/4″ thick?

  8. Hi Lynn,
    I was wondering if u have a recipe or link for baked steak? I wrote down the main ingredients and recipe with no baking instructions.
    I thought i got it from your website or maybe your post one day as u are my number 1 source for recipes these days.
    Thanks for any info u may or may not have,
    jocelyn

  9. Elizabeth says:

    I make these ALL the time…the best fries…better than deep fried.

  10. Heather Sancken says:

    It never fails that when I attempt to make home-made french fries, they stick to the pan and are never nice and crispy. What kind of baking sheet do you bake yours on? Perhaps my baking sheets are just not made for french fry making!

    • I use non stick ones or stoneware pans. I don’t usually have problems with mine sticking unless I cut back on the oil a lot. I am sorry that you have had issues with oven fries.

      • Heather Sancken says:

        Maybe I’ll try my stoneware next time! My son & I made your recipe tonight with supper and even though they stuck to the pan and didn’t really crisp up (might need to up the amount of oil next time) – there wasn’t a single one left! So they were still a hit! :)

        P.S. – I just pulled your recipe for Peanut Butter Granola out of the oven. Yum! Thanks for sharing all of your super yummy (and easy) recipes!

  11. If you make these and stick them in the freezer- do you cook them the same when you are making them, and how do you cook them when you are ready to eat them?

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