French Fries

Packed by 2 lbs (908g)
Delivered frozen
₱139.00 / pack
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French Fries

Elongated strips, thin slices of potatoes also called the french-fried potatoes. All the kids and the kids-at-heart love this! Cut your cooking time in half by trying this pre-sliced French Fries. Delivered frozen to preserve freshness, already cut and ready for cooking.

Make it healthier by using coconut oil when frying, or even better by baking instead of deep frying. It can be a good add-on to a healthy meal.

Health Benefits:

These fries are made from potatoes, which are naturally a good source of fiber. These fibers are important in sweeping out wastes inside the body and help lower bad cholesterol. A serving of 100 grams gives 10% fiber. Pair with other veggies to reach the necessary value for the day.

It is also a good source of potassium, the mineral that plays a role in providing energy for the body, helps in fighting off tiredness, slow reflexes, depression, and anxiety. A hundred-gram serving of oven-heated, unsalted potato fries provides 10% of the daily value need of this mineral.

It is a good source of vitamin C, too. This vitamin helps in the general immune system and energy boost of the body.

Fair warning: potatoes contain simple carbohydrates in high doses. Moderate intake should be observed especially for obese people and those with diabetes.

Size: 10 x 10 mm (cut per fry).
Delivery: Packed by 2 lbs (908g), delivered frozen.


Serving Ideas:

- Best served hot and crispy, as part of lunch or dinner or as a snack, simply.
- Sprinkle some salt and cheese powder, then dip in ketchup and mayonnaise mix
- Top with chili and cheese spread or cover with cheese curds and gravy like the Quebecois dish poutine
- Pairs well with fish in fish and chips
- Crisp delicious french fries as good as your favorite (less healthy) fast food french fries, below is a guide:

Making the Perfect Baked (Frozen) French Fries

  1. Put frozen french fries in a bowl and drizzle them with 2 tablespoons of canola oil or olive oil. Use hands to toss them around to make coating each piece much easier. Putting them in a bag and tossing them around should work too. 
  2. Get foil that is one and one half the size of your baking sheet, crumple it up and line your baking sheet with it. (It's okay not to make it too flat on the pan.)
  3. Put the pan with the foil lining in the oven and heat it up to 400 degrees F. 
  4. Take the pan out and carefully put the french fries in, spreading them out to an even layer,  to make sure they do not sit on top of each other. 
  5. Put pan back in the oven and let bake for around 20 to 23 minutes. 
  6. Take the pan out of the oven an sprinkle the french fries with salt and pepper, and a bit of herbs like parsley.
  7. To add a bit more flavor sautee a tablespoon of fresh chopped garlic with a tablespoon of Isigny butter and drizzle on top of the fries. Enjoy!

Fun trivia!

A town in Canada, Florenceville-Bristol in New Brunswick, proclaimed itself to be the "French Fry Capital of the World". It is one of the biggest manufacturers of frozen french fries in the world and it also hosts a museum called the "Potato World", which is all about potatoes.

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I tried cooking my own with this, quality is excellent! Much better than those in the supermarkets and fresher-tasting than those they serve in fastfoods!
From: Tim | Date: 8/19/2020 9:04 PM
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