I have been researching different recipes for French fries.
I have been researching different recipes for French fries. I just want to try something new and a little crazy. I found several flavors that I have never even thought about and I thought I would share them with you.
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Although this isn't really that strange, I had never heard of poutine until about two years ago. Poutine is French fries (or chips for the Brits) that aresoaked in gravy and topped with cheese curds. Fat-induced coma? Yes please! I think whoever thought of this creation deserves an award for awesomeness.
9. Cowboy Fries
When I first heard the name, I just envisioned French fries slathered in BBQ sauce. Although that sounds mildly appetizing, there is a whole lot more to this recipe. In addition to BBQ sauce, brown sugar, garlic and chili powder are also part of this flavor.
8. Ranch Dust
I had the pleasure of trying these bad boys at Miamis own Alibi in South Beach when I was writing an article for the Miami New Times. These fries we're actually quite delicious. The flavor was not as robust as you might expect, but the tangy fries we're definitely a palate pleaser.
7. French Fries with Truffle Oil
You really can't go wrong with truffle oil. The earthy flavor of truffle oil is very unique and scrumdiliumptious. Lucky for us French fry connoisseurs, there are lots of restaurants that serve these delectable seasoned fried tubers. Add parmesan to the mix and you will be in for a tasty surprise.
6. Inferno Fries
Although I am not sure if these are still in existence, McCain Foods introduced Inferno Fries in 2001. These fiery treats we're flavored with tobasco sauce to give a new meaning to dragon breath.
5. Jerk French Fries
You can get that real Jamaican feel when you chow down on some jerk French fries. The spicy flavor is used in traditional Jamaican cooking. Allspice and some really hot peppers are the two main ingredients, but you can add cloves, cinnamon, garlic and some other spices. Jerk seasoning is traditionally used on meat and chicken, but it sounds like it could work on fries too!
4. Urban Fries
This dish is popular on the west coast of the United States, but someone needs to bring this dish on over to Miami. Urban fries sound like French fries designed for the gods. Blue cheese salad dressing and chili oil are poured on French fries for a spicy and creamy creation. Jacks Urban Eats in Sacramento can be credited with being the master behind this treat.
3. Carne Asada Fries
These fries are also a west coast specialty. Straight out of San Diego, this French fry dish is made with guacamole, sour cream, melted cheese and of course, carne asada.
2. Mojito Fries
As I have mentioned in my other post about mojito fries, these are not the minty flavored alcoholic beverage we all love. The mojito fries served at Mondrian are actually more like mojo fries. However, in Pakistan, many people put a mint cilantro sauce on French fries. That is kind of mojito/ mojo mixture.
1. Seaweed Flavoring
Leave it to the trend-setting Japanese to come up with something I would never even think about putting on French fries. The seaweed flavoring is even offered at places like McDonalds in Japan and other Asian countries. I was surprised to learn that this is actually a popular flavor. Although this wouldn't be my first choice in French fry flavors, I am not going to knock it until I have tried it.
There you have it. These are just the beginning though! If you have any more strange French fry flavors that have come across your radar, I would love to know about them.
Posted in Organic Products Post Date 05/05/2017