Beer-Battered French Fries
This is already everybody’s favorite side dish, but add some beer to it and well…you just won’t be able to stop.
By The Beer Community on Jul. 13, 2017
(Original recipe on the Food Network)
Whether you call them French fries, chips, fries, finger chips or French-fried potatoes July 13 is…
National French Fry Day!
This piece of fried potato goodness is popular with pretty much everyone in most places around the world. It can be served in so many ways and has so many twists.
You can change the vegetable and use sweet potatoes or add a little spice with some cajun seasoning.
Why not put some toppings on it? Can you say… Poutine!
Are you a purist?
Keep the same recipe but use different kinds of dipping sauce from BBQ Sauce to Russian dressing (mix mayo, ketchup and garlic powder).
For a little twist on the classic, we loved this recipe for beer-battered French fries from Saved By The Bell‘s Tiffani Thiesen (in her post-Saved By The Bell career she has removed the Amber) on the Food Network.
Don’t forget to save some of the Pilsener from the recipe to enjoy along with the fries.
Let us know how they come out!
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