Perfect French Fries For Your Perfect Party

Crunchy potato fingers coated with salt and different seasonings qualify to be an all-time favourite snack for all of us. Be it a side snack with your burger or a fun party snack, French fries don’t need a particular occasion but could be enjoyed at any moment and at any point of time. This is not just because of the texture but because of the ingredient these are made up of I.e., potatoes. Potatoes are cheap, easy to grow and filling. French fries are popular all across the globe, no wonder!

If you think, the recipe of making French fries seems pretty easy but it is not that simple. Whenever you try making the restaurant-style crispy French fries at home, you don’t get the same results, isn’t it? You know why? This happens due to the lack of certain techniques. Just like every other recipe, making the perfect French fries too requires some secret hacks and tips. But you don’t have to worry about it anymore as we have sorted it out for you. 

Potatoes Should Be Cut Right 

This may seem the easiest but is the trickiest step. Cutting potatoes in the right way is extremely essential. At the time of cutting potatoes, it is advisable to cut the potatoes in the thickness of 1/4th of an inch I.e., the ideal thickness. This thickness is what many restaurants and cafes use.  Try it! 

Pre-Cooking And Frying 

After the potatoes are cut, one should first boil these potato fingers in cold water with vinegar and salt. After boiling these fingers for around 6 to 7 minutes, it is advisable to take out these fries and keep them aside. Then, these boiled potato fingers should be dunked in hot oil and should be fried for around 30 to 40 seconds. Strain the excess oil and let them cool. 


As per some experts, after the semi-fried fries cool down, they should be stored in an air-tight container in the freezer so that they can set properly and attain a firm shape.  

No To Defrosting 

Before frying, many of us do a mistake of taking out the French fries from the freezer and let it defrost. Actually, defrosting the fries can make them sloppy. So, to avoid this, one should take the fries out of the freezer and put them into boiling oil. The potato fingers should be fried on medium heat until they are golden brown. Top with the seasoning of your choice and enjoy! 

Did you know about these tips? If not, these tips can be a saviour for you.