Fried Fries

The side dish of french fries is a classic loved around the world. The chips are cut into thin, crispy slices, then fried until they reach a delicious golden brown on the outside. The crunchy texture on the outside and soft on the inside makes them irresistible for many. They can be served as an accompaniment to a wide range of dishes, from burgers to steaks, offering a touch of comfort food that satisfies the palate with their simplicity and taste.

Category: Side Dishes Cooking Duration: 4/5 min. Tags: #Contorno #Fries #Lasfinge #Ristorante #Somasca #Vercurago #accompagnare #patatine fritte #piacere croccante #psasto #sapore irresistibile
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Potatoes: choose good quality potatoes, preferably yellow or red, suitable for frying.
Frying oil: You can use vegetable oil such as sunflower oil, peanut oil or corn oil.
Salt: To add flavor to French fries.

Spices or herbs: You can add black pepper, paprika, garlic powder, parsley or other spices to taste to add extra flavor to the chips.

Approximate nutritional values ​​per 100 grams of French fries:

Calories: approximately 312 kcal
Total fat: approximately 15-20 grams
Saturated fat: approximately 2-3 grams
Carbohydrates: approximately 41-45 grams
Fibers: approximately 3-4 grams
Protein: approximately 3-4 grams
Sodium: approximately 300-400 milligrams

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