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How Do I Know Which Ones Are Safe?

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I'm having a MAD craving for crinkle cut and restaruant made french fries...with ketchup! My question is, how do I know if they are ok to eat. My husband has a restaurant and I love his fries. He told me he uses pure vegtable oil, but it's also the same oll that's used to make onion rings and mozerella sticks. I'm assuming that's a no no??

Any tips and advice is greatly appreciated!!

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DEFINITE No-no!

I believe Ore-Ida frozen fries are safe. You can either deep fry your own at home, or better yet, fry them in just a thin layer of oil in a frying pan, flipping them often. They are really good that way. You can make a big batch and put some back in the freezer. Then when you want more you can cook them in the oven, but they'll taste a LOT better now because you fried them first.

Also, if you have a George Foreman grill, french fries are WONDERFUL cooked on that!

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DEFINITE No-no!

I believe Ore-Ida frozen fries are safe. You can either deep fry your own at home, or better yet, fry them in just a thin layer of oil in a frying pan, flipping them often. They are really good that way. You can make a big batch and put some back in the freezer. Then when you want more you can cook them in the oven, but they'll taste a LOT better now because you fried them first.

Also, if you have a George Foreman grill, french fries are WONDERFUL cooked on that!

Yep yep. They are :)

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I love Ore-Ida fries. Guess I can't be lazy tonight if I want my fries. I do have a George Foreman and may try them on it...sounds interesting.

Thanks for the advice!!

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You'll love them. Close the cover so they'll cook more quickly, but you'll still have to turn them to get them brown on all sides. It won't take long and I promise, they taste better than restaurant fries!

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I'm having a MAD craving for crinkle cut and restaruant made french fries...with ketchup! My question is, how do I know if they are ok to eat. My husband has a restaurant and I love his fries. He told me he uses pure vegtable oil, but it's also the same oll that's used to make onion rings and mozerella sticks. I'm assuming that's a no no??

Any tips and advice is greatly appreciated!!

I don't know if you live near a Five Guys but they only fry french fries in their fryer , they may use peanut oil, I am not sure. They are great fries. Also many Red Robin's have separate fryers as well.

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