I am always looking for easier ways of doing things. We like homemade french fries in our home. I was taking the potato and slicing them into strips to make homemade french fries but this was way to time consuming. So I came up with a faster solution which takes only a fraction of time to turn a potato into french fries. I started using my apple corer!
Place the apple corer under the potato and use like you would on an apple. I even use the center piece as well that would be where the apple seeds come out. If your potato is too big for the apple corer simple cut the potato in half and then use the apple corer to cut into wedges. If the wedges are bigger than you would like just cut them in half as well.
- 6 potato's any type (I prefer Russert)
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Himalayan Salt
- Clean the potato's really well using a vegetable cleaner (i leave the skin on). Next use the apple corer to slice up the potato into wedges. Then place all wedges in a bowl and give a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil the potato's and mix with your fingers so at all the wedges get a good coating of olive oil. Finally bake on 375 degrees for 50 minutes.
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