|Garlic Curry Steak Fries|
The potatoes turn crisp on the outside yet tender on the inside when coated with minced garlic, olive oil, sweet yellow curry and then baked to golden-brown goodness. As a kid I never cared for ketchup with my fries, but lately I just can't get enough of the stuff. I highly recommend cozying up with a steaming plate of these crispy seasoned fries and a mound of cold ketchup to dip them in.
You don't have to be a vegetarian to enjoy these delicious Garlic Curry Steak Fries, in fact they would go amazing with a big, fat, juicy burger. Enjoy!
Garlic Curry Steak Fries
|Cast of Characters: Potatoes, olive oil, garlic, yellow curry and salt.|
|Wash potatoes and cut in 1/4 in thickness. (These are *Mr. From Scratch's hands...I put him to work!)|
|Par-boil the potatoes for 4-7 minutes. Don't let them get too soft.|
|While potatoes are boiling create your little "assembly line" with a bowl of ice water and a plate covered in paper towels.|
|Drain potatoes and plunge in ice water.|
|While potatoes dry on the paper towels, empty the water bowl and put remaining ingredients in it. Minced garlic, salt, curry and olive oil. Combine all spices into a paste-like mixture. (If you're feeling lazy, just use garlic powder.)|
|Coat potatoes in small batches, meaning don't just dump ALL of the fries in the bowl. Do a few batches at a time to ensure each fries gets some tender, lovin' spice rub on it. Warning: Fingerstips will be yellow for a few hours!|
|Into the oven they go!|
|Pass the ketchup!|
Recipe Here: Garlic Curry Steak Fries from the Post Punk Kitchen
My sister made this recipe with sweet potatoes, which I think would be a divine combination especially when paired with the smoky curry. I will try that next time fo' sho'. Let me know what you guys think of these tasty little guys and especially give me a holler if you make them!