May 14, 2014
These "steak fries" come frozen in a bag. You bake them in a blazingly hot oven for 18 minutes spread out on a cookie sheet and they aren't half-bad. So afterwards, put them on the plate and spread grated cheddar cheese all over, then microwave for about a minute. Serve with Bachelor Dipping Sauce (Â½ ketchup, Â½ mayonnaise).
They're greasy as all hell, so I eat them with a knife and fork. Yum! Probably about 9000 calories. (Like I care.)
Posted by: Steven Den Beste in Daily Life at
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If you put bacon on that, and used a Mexican three- or four-cheese blend, you'd have something close to Outback Steakhouse's (or many other places') cheese fries.
Posted by: RickC at May 14, 2014 08:00 AM (ECH2/)
In the Netherlands, if you order french fries they come with mayonnaise. But this goes back even further.
When I was a young coot (high school) there was a hamburger chain in these parts called "Arctic Circle" which had a special dipping sauce for their fries instead of ketchup. Took me a long time to figure out that it was a mixture of ketchup and mayonnaise. I always really liked it.
Apparently the chain still exists, but the local restaurant closed during the period when I lived elsewhere, and now there's a Mexican fast-food restaurant there.
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at May 14, 2014 08:18 AM (+rSRq)
I have a cousin-in-law who's from the Netherlands and once described a french fry vendor who had over fifty kinds of flavored mayo for dipping...
Posted by: Avatar_exADV at May 14, 2014 02:23 PM (zJsIy)
I've never cared for mayo on fries, but I don't really like mayo on anything. I usually put BBQ sauce on fries.
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