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"For Left Over Monday,"
Chili Cheese Fries

Serves: 4-6

Preheat oven: 400 degrees

Need:

Left over Chili (see my Chili recipe that was featured on instructables)

chaddar Cheese (2 cups)

Potatoes 6-8

Left over pork lion * optional

Oil to fry the potatoes

salt, pepper and garlic salt

Step 1: Fries

Wash and Cut the potatoes into fries.

Place the fries into a bowl with cold water and set to the side.

Place oil in pan and turn on med-high heat.

Once oil reaches desired temperature place a batch of fries into the oil.

Cover and cook until golden brown.

Remove fries from oil and place on a plate with a paper towel.

Season fries with garlic salt, pepper and salt.

Step 2: Chili, Cheese and Pork

While fries are cooking get out left over chili, shred the chaddar cheese, cut up pork lion into chunks.

I used a large glass pan to bake the chili cheese fries in the oven, but you could also use a cookie sheet.

Step 3: Layer & Bake

Layer fries on bottom of glass baking dish, a layer of cheese, a handful of pork, and cover with a thin layer of chili.

Next layer, start again with fries on top of chili, cheese, pork and top with the rest of the chili.

Sprinkle the remainder of the cheese on top.

Bake at 400 for 15-20 minutes

<p>omggg my mouth is watering it looks so good nice job</p>
<p>This recipe is fantastic I have cooked several times and for big parties and it always comes out wonderful. It is a little bit of work but worth it. Just make sure you prepare everthing before you start cooking. The main <a href="http://www.besthomedeepfryerguide.com" rel="nofollow">time control deep-frying</a> potatoes.</p>
Looks like a good snack, what cheese dip you shred?
chaddar cheese
Hacked poutine. Will try. Thanks for sharing.

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