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Old 08-26-2006, 09:50 PM   #1
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Atties chips

I've been having a problem posting images to lets try one of a table of par-cooked chips.


Seems to have worked, these chips are lightly battered to give them that extra crunch

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Old 08-26-2006, 10:09 PM   #2
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OH Attie....could I do some damage to that pile of fries.

I've been so hungry for 2 days now. I'm going to have to waddle to exercise class on Monday.
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I've been having a problem posting images to lets try one of a table of par-cooked chips.


Seems to have worked, these chips are lightly battered to give them that extra crunch
How are these made ? Can you make them at home? They really look good ---
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Old 08-27-2006, 01:36 PM   #4
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You can make them at home quiet easily, you don't need to batter them if you feel that's to messy and you don't need a deep fryer to do it, just a reasonably deep pot. Par-cooking them then letting them rest before finnishing them off seems to work best. You can also par-boil them if you wish rather than using oil. Probably the nicest chips I've ever had came from a kitchen where they steamed them first then finnished them in oil.
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You can make them at home quiet easily, you don't need to batter them if you feel that's to messy and you don't need a deep fryer to do it, just a reasonably deep pot. Par-cooking them then letting them rest before finnishing them off seems to work best. You can also par-boil them if you wish rather than using oil. Probably the nicest chips I've ever had came from a kitchen where they steamed them first then finnished them in oil.
Thanks for the input-- another question -- how do they usually cut them and what type of batter--- love my fries (chips) !
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