Some recipes for hot potato fries include homemade crispy seasoned French fries and quick and easy home fries. To make seasoned French fries, peel and slice 2 1/2 pounds of russet potatoes into thin sticks, and set them in a bowl of cold water.
To prepare fried potatoes and onions, cut 3 white potatoes and 1 large sweet onion into thin slices. In a skillet, heat 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil and 2 tablespoons of butter. Place potatoes and onions in the skillet, and cook for three minutes on medium high heat. Use a spatula to turn potatoes
Easy recipes for oven fried potatoes can be found on FoodNetwork.com, AllRecipes.com and Food.com. Many variations of oven fried potato recipes can be found on the Food Network website using different herbs, spices and cheeses or cutting the potatoes into fries or wedges.
Some fried mashed potatoes recipes include mashed potato cakes from the Food Network's show "Sara's Secrets," Fried Mashed Potato Balls from Taste of Home and Parmesan Mashed Potato Pancakes from Martha Stewart. These recipes are a great ways to use up leftover mashed potatoes, suggests the Food Net
Make crispy sweet potato fries by cutting the potatoes into thin pieces, soaking them in cold water and tossing them in corn starch and oil. Bake the fries for 30 minutes on a foil-lined baking sheet. Turn the oven off, and let the fries cool slightly with the door ajar.
Sweet potato fries are healthier than white potato fries, as they have more fiber and vitamins A and C but less carbohydrates and calories. Vitamin A improves eye health, vitamin C boosts the immune system, and fiber helps to prevent colorectal cancer and manage weight by slowing down digestion.
According to The United States Potato Board, seven types of potatoes are commonly enjoyed by consumers: russet, long white, round white, fingerlings, red, yellow and blue or purple. The potato industry refers to them as table-stock varieties.
Some good recipes for crispy sweet potato are Crispy Baked Sweet Potato Fries from the Foodie with Family website, and Chocolate Covered Katie's Crispy Sweet Potato Fries. The Food Network also offers a good recipe that calls for sweet potatoes, olive oil, paprika and a house seasoning.
Potatoes should be stored in a cool and dry place that receives as little light as possible. Many people use potato bins or boxes and keep them below a countertop or in a cellar. Too much light can cause potatoes to turn green.
To make Patrick and Gina Neely's fried green tomatoes recipe, bread and deep fry green tomato slices and serve with a buttermilk dipping sauce. Food Network publishes the recipe on FoodNetwork.com.