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1 September, 2015

Garlic-Dill Baked Potato Fries

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unnamed (17)I have a huge love of potatoes. I eat them as my whole meal a lot of times, whether they be mashed, smashed, in a hash brown, or baked. There are so many different ways to cook them up, and last night I decided I wanted to marinate them in some dill pickle juice and some garlic. I love those strong flavors. I remember I used to eat chips like that back in the day, but, I no longer indulge in greasy, oily fare like that.

So, here is the recipe for how I made these, and they do marinate overnight. I wouldn’t let them marinate any less than 8 hours because the flavors just won’t absorb right. The longer you marinate them the better, in other words. 

Now, I didn’t add salt to mine, but, if you would like to do that, go right ahead! In fact, adding salt will bring out the flavors a bit stronger. These are not overpowering in any way, with just a hint of the garlic and dill flavors once baked. They are delicious!

Also, there is a trick to getting them crispy, and that is to add a bit of wheat flour to the mix. You’ll see in the recipe. There is no oil in this recipe.

Enjoy!

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Garlic-Dill Baked Potato Fries
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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Cut the potatoes into fries. I like to cut them into sticks and also wedges, but, for this I used sticks. They ted to cook quicker that way.
  3. Put the fries into a ziplock bag along with the dill pickle juice, the minced garlic, the garlic powder, and 2 tbsp of dill spice.
  4. Shake and cover the fries with the marinade then place in refrigerator overnight.
  5. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  6. Drain the ziplock bag by cutting off a corner of the bag. Then, transfer the potatoes into a clean ziplock bag.
  7. Add the wheat flour and the 1 remaining tbsp of dill spice. Close the bag and shake like CRAZY.
  8. Then, empty the contents out onto a parchment, foil, or silicone lined baking sheet, making sure they are not stacked on top of each other. You may need 2 baking sheets.
  9. Place in oven for 30 minutes. Check to see if they are crispy enough. If not, bake for 10 more minutes then remove from oven.
  10. Enjoy!
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