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Fresh Cut French Fries
Fresh cut french fries with your favorite seasoned salt

Fresh Cut French Fries

Air fryers are best known for their ability to make perfect french fries. Frozen fries are great, but some people prefer to make their own fries. Fresh cut fries take a little longer to cook but taste awesome. Add your favourite dipping sauce and this air fryer staple will become a favourite.

Servings 2People
Prep Time 5mins
Cook 30mins
Temp 180 ° Cor 360 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Appetizer, Main Course, Snack
American, French

Fresh Cut French Fries
Fresh cut french fries with your favorite seasoned salt

Fresh Cut French Fries

Air fryers are best known for their ability to make perfect french fries. Frozen fries are great, but some people prefer to make their own fries. Fresh cut fries take a little longer to cook but taste awesome. Add your favourite dipping sauce and this air fryer staple will become a favourite.

Servings 2People
Prep Time 5mins
Cook 30mins
Temp 180 ° Cor 360 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Appetizer, Main Course, Snack
American, French

Calories

291

Fat

16g

Saturates

3g

Protein

3g

Carbs

33g

Sugars

Salt

892mg

Fibre

3g

Per Serving

Calories

291

Fat

16g

Saturates

3g

Protein

3g

Carbs

33g

Sugars

Salt

892mg

Fibre

3g

Per Serving

Ingredients
  • 3medium Potatoes
  • 1tbsp Oil
  • 25g Salt (optional)
  • 25g Chicken Salt (optional)
  • 1bowl Ketchup (optional)

Units:

Method
  • Wash the potatoes and pat them dry. You don't want to put wet potatoes into the air fryer.
  • Cut the potatoes into thin slices and pat them dry
  • Preheat the air fryer to 180 ° C or 360 ° F
  • Lightly spray the oil onto the sliced potatoes and place in the air fryer.
  • Cook for 30 minutes until golden brown

Method
  • Wash the potatoes and pat them dry. You don't want to put wet potatoes into the air fryer.
  • Cut the potatoes into thin slices and pat them dry
  • Preheat the air fryer to 180 ° C or 360 ° F
  • Lightly spray the oil onto the sliced potatoes and place in the air fryer.
  • Cook for 30 minutes until golden brown

Recipe Notes

* Add 1 Tbsp Oil
* Shake often

Ensure you shake the fries often to ensure even cooking.

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2017-12-29T10:45:04+00:003 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Geoff January 16, 2017 at 4:57 pm - Reply

    Do you soak them in cold water before putting them into the pre heated air fryer?

    • gleff January 16, 2017 at 5:50 pm - Reply

      Hi Geoff,

      Fresh cut fries was submitted by another user but I’ll see if I can answer. I think it’s fine to soak them in cold water but I don’t think it’s necessary because of the way they cook. Perhaps you can try both and let me know the outcome so I can update the database?

      Just a note though, if you do soak them in cold water, make sure they are pat dry prior to cooking in the Air Fryer. I’m not sure of the reason, but all recipes i’ve seen for potatoes seem to indicate you should pat them dry first. I can understand the reasoning for hot oil as oil and water don’t mix but not entirely sure why it’s necessary in an Air Fryer.

  2. Jo July 19, 2017 at 12:17 pm - Reply

    If they’re wet and not patted dry, they will create steam and not fry to a golden crispy outer layer. They will be soggy. Happy air frying!

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