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How to make curly fries???

post #1 of 8
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I love curly fries, but there's no place near me that sells them. What's the best or easiest way to make them?

post #2 of 8

From a curly potato?

Sorry couldn't help myself.

Have you looked online?

I am almost positive that I have seen a little hand cranked tool that will accomplish this.

 

mimi

post #3 of 8
"From a curly potato?

Sorry couldn't help myself."


But I like that answer.


You could ask a pig. They have curly tails.

Sorry I couldn't help myself either.



Try http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Curly-Fries
or
http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Acurly%20fry%20maker
Edited by Zagut - 1/5/14 at 8:07am
post #4 of 8

Im pretty sure its a tool , that is used to get the curly effect on the potatoes for frying. 

Without the equipment attempting it with a knife may just be near impossible and extremely hard work. 

I understand you like curly fries , but whats wrong with regular fries. I highly doubt the format or shape the fries are in , changes the flavor IMO.

 

I have had 2 types of curly fries , the thinly sliced ones (you can make at home with a vegetable peeler). 

Also thick ones thats i ate at a farm once when i was a kid, the thick ones required a crack tool.  

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post #5 of 8

It is a tool. look up ribbon fry cutter, you can get a electronic one or a manual one. The manual one will be a whole lot cheaper, while the electronic one can get up to the 500 to 700 dollars a piece. I'm going to buy an electric one for when I can open my own business. 

post #6 of 8

Never understood the attraction of curly fries, hard to eat, ones I have had are generally greasier than a regular fry...

post #7 of 8

Use a machine, as already mentioned.

 

Arby's has them now.

 

There are a few frozen brands at the market - Ore-Ida, & Arby's seasoned curly fries.

 

post #8 of 8

Arby's are at the top of the greasy list... and they never break apart the ones that are all twisted together so they fry into a lump, horrible and nasty

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