french-fried potatoes


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Synonyms for french-fried potatoes

strips of potato fried in deep fat

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The primary objective of this study was to determine if TFO decreases acrylamide formation in french-fried potatoes compared with vegetable oil.
FRIED MEYER LEMON SLICES WITH FRENCH-FRIED POTATOES 2 Meyer lemons, sliced very thin and seeds removed 1 cup all-purpose flour Salt and pepper 1 (16-ounce) bag frozen shoestring potatoes 2 cups vegetable oil for frying Heat vegetable oil to 350 degrees in a heavy-bottomed skillet.
Sensory panels evaluated french-fried potatoes and pilot-plant-processed potato chips.
Its new ADR4 unit detects and eliminates blemished areas from raw potato strips, which improves the quality of frozen french-fried potatoes.
In your opinion, should young people be discouraged from eating French-fried potatoes and potato chips because they are cooked in oil?
As to "poutine," it is a wildly popular junk food here in Quebec, concocted of French-fried potatoes and melted cheese curds slathered in gravy.
She's left her potato patch in the altiplano and come to the big city, and now nothing would make her happier than for one of the Happy Mealers to reach through the bars surrounding the patio and playground and hand her some scraps of Canadian-grown, French-fried potatoes to share with the toddler wrapped in a blanket on her back.
The product has the favorable characteristics of french-fried potatoes without the use of any fats or oils.
Accompany with mounds of hot, crisp French-fried potatoes or boiled beans, bread, and a bold red wine.
Frylock, the most reasonable member of the group, happens to be a box of french-fried potatoes.
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