Step 2: Apple Cutter?

An apple cutter is a handy little tool to have around, since we eat a lot of apples it just made sense to buy one! And now I've found another use for this cheap little kitchen tool.

Tip: Now would be a good time to plug-in your fryer and start getting the oil hot

Step 1: Rinse the potatoes under cool water to wash any impurities away
Step 2: Get out your cutting board and your apple cutter
Step 3: Standard potato up on its end in place the apple cutter on the top
Step 4: Push down quickly to slice the potato
Step 5: Slice up enough potatoes to feed your group
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<p>It is a different taste, I have a couple of family members who are not crazy about soul seasoning, for a lighter version (not so spicy) try salting the oil with soul seasoning instead of directly on the fries. My daughter and I like the taste of soul season, My wife prefers Sazon Goya instead (less spicy), even still the traditional seasoning salt as a break from the typical table salt taste.</p>
Yum this looks so good I'm trying it right now !!! :)
this sounds wonderful; what grocery chains do you have where you found the soul seasoning? we have walmart kroger brookshires HEB albertsons. our affiliated did not carry it :(
We have Walmart and Krogers as well, I can't remember exactly where I picked it up but I imagine it would be one of those two. Then again now that I think about it might have been Rempkee's too. The taste is phenomenal, Here's some possibilities I found online:<br><br>http://www.amazon.com/Marshalls-Creek-Spices-Seasoning-Ounce/dp/B000NCOEUW<br><br>http://www.food.com/recipe/soul-seasoning-mix-163488
thank you so much! I tried my apple corer (pampered chef) and that was really cool &amp; fast! I recommend cutting a slice off the end and standing it up on that end to make it easier. Once I got the apple corer stuck in the top of the potato, I bounced it down on the cutting board, worked great!! much faster too than cutting it all up by hand. Just wish I'd had some of the soul seasoning to try- I will get it from amazon thanks for looking that up. I enjoyed your steak technique as well, my daughter loves Dale's. I am going to try it again, it seemed like soy sauce to me, but I want to try that again.
and thank you LifeWarrior for serving our great country. Freedom isn't free.
The Dale's is salty like soy, but it's so good it's to hard to say no, my daughter loves it as well. My wife bought me a french fry cutter and it lasted about 3 times the apple corer works so much better, and cutting the end off is a great idea to make it easier, thanks for the tip.
wow can i just boil oil without a fryer
Yes but be extremely careful flare up from oil boiling over can set your kitchen on fire if your not careful, a fryer is fairly cheap a small one can be for only 20 or 30 dollars.
Don't you double-dip?
These have such a rich taste no need for a first dip :)<br>
I meant a double-dip in the hot oil - my mother used to cook them first in slightly cooler oil, lift them out, get the oil a lot hotter and then dip them back in to gain a crispier shell.
My bad,, No I've never tried that, I usually just drop them in super hot oil and let them cook, I've tried the cool water and salt over night, and different types of oils. we are not crazy about overly crispy fries, this gives the fries a light crispy coating outside and really soft on the inside. The seasoning gets drawn in by the hot oil leaves a very unique taste.<br>
Those look so tasty! I love french fries!
They're were delicious that night, It's got a easy kick that lights up the taste buds. The only down side is they taste so good you can't stop eating them!

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