As you may have guessed, we here at MTI are big fans of the French fry. The AutoFry and MultiChef both have the ability to crisp up some spuds in just a few minutes but our favorite past time is covering those fries in delectable additions. From blue cheese to pulled pork, we've compiled a list of our favorite French fry recipes for you to bookmark and make for your next shindig!
1. Tijuana Street Fries
If you're the type of person who eats with their eyes first, then this recipe is for you. Best of all, these fries look as good as they taste. Bake fries and top them with pork roast, queso, salsa and avacado and you have Tijuana on a plate. The recipe is longer than we're used to for fry toppings, but totally worth it once you taste the end result. Plus you'll have a whole pork shoulder roast to eat too, so it's much more than just fries.
I'm a big fan of dipping my fries in ranch (though ketchup is also pretty high on my list of dips) but with this recipe you can skip the dip and go straight from plate to mouth. This recipe can be tailored to fresh fries or the frozen variety if you'd like to cut time, the secret: the dried buttermilk mixed with flavorful herbs makes for savory mouth watering, finger licking good time.
If you’re a buffalo or hot sauce lover then this is the recipe for you! Perfect for when you're just not in the mood to fry up some wings, these buffalo fries are tangy, crunchy and just spicy enough to keep you coming back for more. Best of all the recipe is super simple, toss in some cayenne, Frank's Red Hot Sauce and coat with ranch and blue cheese and your ready to get your taste buds some serious buffalo action.
So we all know about French Fries, but have you ever tried a Greek fry? Imagine your favorite deep fried spud covered in the best ingredients of Greek cuisine: lemon juice, feta cheese and oregano.
Check out this delicious recipe from The Frugal Girls that is bound to spice up your French fry game for the better. You can also try the same recipe with zucchini fries for a healthier alternative.
5. Pesto Fries
Fries are well known for being a finger food, but there is something really magical about fries that require a fork. Now don’t be turned off by the green color of this fantastic fry dish, you’ll like them if you try them, Sam I Am. These pesto fries are just the perfect combination of flavor and crunch, if you’re a fan of basil or pesto, these fries are going to be your new addiction and best of all, the recipe is really simple.
Most of our recipes so far have been loaded with ingredients and thus loaded with tastiness, but what if I said you could have a flavorful French fry dish with just five ingredients including the fries! These oven-baked fries are simple but pack a punch of flavor, dipped or drizzled with some chipotle aoli and you’ve got a new favorite side dish.
Ok, so these aren’t actually made out of potatoes and therefor are not technically fries, but they are so darn delicious we couldn’t omit them from the list. These donut fries are actually Pillsbury Grand Biscuits cut up into fry shapes, deep fried, slathered in chocolate and maple butter, and topped with crispy bacon. If your mouth isn’t watering after reading that description you must be from another planet because this dish is dynamite.
So loosen the belt and head on over to Beyond Frosting for this recipe and other super delicious food ideas.
There you have it, seven of the very best French fry toppings and recipes. From sweet to savory there is a fry topping for every fry fan in your life, so grab some potatoes and a hungry friend a try one of these decadent recipes today!