Make your own french fries at home in the oven. allrecipes.com
NUTRITION INFORMATION: Per serving: 122 calories; 5 g fat (0 g sat, 3 g mono); 0 mg cholesterol; 19 g carbohydrate; 2 g protein; 3 g fiber; 323 mg sodium; 429 mg potassium.
Low-fat, crispy, garlic-seasoned oven fries.
A great tasting and healthy alternative to fries.
I cook simple dinners, and this is no exception. It's not dark or crusty like some blackened chicken but it has a heavy cajun flavor with a little bit of herbs like blackened chicken does. Shown here in picture with 1/4 chicken breast done cajun style but not 'blackened'
This recipe is designed to be used with the leftovers from another recipe: Amy's Spicy Black Bean Chili Con Carne (NOTE: this is in no way related to the 'Amy's Kitchen' brand you find in stores). That recipe is VERY spicy, so you may want to use a different chili recipe. Feel free to substitute your own!
I wanted fries. So, I developed this recipe to give me the taste. Not as good as fried. But, much more healthier
My new favorite healthy carb
Easy Homemade French Fries!
An easy way to make crisp and tasty potatoes
better for you fries
Makes 2 servingsACTIVE TIME: 5 minutesTOTAL TIME: 25 minutesEASE OF PREPARATION: Easy
Homemade thick cut oven baked fries. YUMMY~!!
Slice mix all and put on pan with pam
A good alternative to frozen french fries.
Really quick and good oven-roasted french fries. Quick tip: Use the spray extra virgin olive oil and make even healthier!