Crispy Parmesan Fries
There are just so many ways to make potatoes, so why not try this recipe for Crispy Parmesan Fries With Roasted Garlic Aioli? Potatoes are great for dunking in sauces and this sauce is made using roasted garlic. Roasted garlic has a deep, subtle flavor that is not nearly as sharp as fresh chopped garlic. But the flavor permeates whatever it is added to, and makes the mayonnaise or sour cream or yogurt (or a blend of some or all three) wonderfully piquant.
People like their fries different ways. Crunchy is sometimes the only way some people will eat them. This recipe cooks up a crunchy on the outside and tender in the middle fry that may just appeal to every one on your French fry list. It is a great snack to serve almost any time of day, or even for lunch with a great side salad. It is filling and delicious and also quick to make up using common ingredients you probably already have in your fridge and cupboard.
French fries may have come from either Belgium or France and both these countries claim to have developed them. In Europe, there is a difference between French fries and chips, especially in England. There, a chip is usually thought to be the thicker fry than the longer thin type we often buy out at fast food places. Here we call both fries, whether short and thick or thin and longer. Either size will go wonderfully well with the garlic aioli that you can make from this website. Make these up for yourself, your friends or anyone who is around and serve plenty of garlic sauce to go with them. Enjoy!
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