Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Spicy Oven Fries





Dinner this evening was leftover chili, baked tortilla chips, organic green beans and oven baked spicy fries. The potatoes are pictured cooked and then pictured tossed with oil and spices beforehand - tons of paprika, some emeril's spice mix, fresh ground pepper, small bit of salt and a pinch of cayenne. Served with Annie's organic ketchup. Once you go all natural organic ketchup, it's so hard to go back. I also made curry powder-cayenne-tumeric-pepper roasted chickpeas for tommorow's lunch~

10 comments:

amygeekgrl said...

omg, those fries are making my mouth water.
and i hear ya on the ketchup. we got a bottle of annie's for ava (back when she was on her ketchup kick) and it's sooo much better than the crappy conventional ketchup.

jess (of Get Sconed!) said...

Thank you, Amy! I'm glad I've fine tuned my ketchup taste finally..I just taste nothing but vinegar in conventional ketchups now. It's sorta scary when people don't.

Chris said...

Oh man, I do love fries and those look great!

Anonymous said...

What temperature did you bake them at?

jess (of Get Sconed!) said...

I baked them at 425 for 20 minutes, then I flipped them and baked for an additional 15 minutes at 425, and then I baked them at 450/500 (can't recall) for a few minutes to crisp em.

Harmonia said...

Oh! Yum!

Anonymous said...

Those fries look so good!

/drooling on my keyboard

Thanks for all your wonderful pictures and recipes. :-)

Anonymous said...

yummy....

Barbara said...

Yes on organic natural ketchup. I use a brand called woodstock. I read lots of labels and I'm pretty picky.

Barbara

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