Have you ever craved those ballpark Garlic Fries after the game? In this video I show you how to make it at home, in a more healthy way - baked! I hope you enjoy!
You're going to need
2-3 medium sized potatoes
6 garlic cloves
2 tbsp of parsley
5 tbsp of vegetable oil
kosher salt and pepper
1 tbsp of kosher salt
Preheat your oven to 450 degrees.
First clean and scrub the potatoes well. Then cut the potatoes in medium sized matchsticks and place in a large bowl. If you like them cut into wedges, you can do that too! Add 3 tbsp of the vegetable oil, some kosher salt and ppepper in to the bowl and toss until each potato stick is coated.
Line a baking sheet with foil. I like using foil when I roast things in the oven because clean up is a breeze. I just wrap up the foil and toss! Place a cooling rack on top of the baking sheet and line up the potato sticks on top. Make sure not to crowd the sticks - stagger them so that there is enough room to brown. If you crowd them, they will steam and you won't get that crunchy bite you're looking for.
Bake for 25 minutes until they are golden brown. If you cut thicker wedges, then you may need to bake them longer.
While the fries are baking, finely mince your garlic and parsley and add to a large bowl. Then add the remaining 2 tbsp of oil and mix well.
Once your fries are ready, quickly toss them in the bowl with your garlic mixture. Then immediately sprinkle the 1 tbsp of kosher salt and toss evenly to coat. Put the fries back onto the baking sheet and let them crisp up again in the oven for another 5 minutes.
Take it out of the oven and enjoy! Sometimes I like to sprinkle on some freshly shaved parmesan cheese to give it extra flavor.
What is your favorite ball park food? For me, these garlic fries are a must have everytime i go. What team do you root for? Let me know by commenting below and don't forget to subscribe below. Thanks for watching and i'll see you next time!
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