Homemade French Fries Recipe – Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Episode 593

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  1. Yeah, I caused one HELL of a fireball in my kitchen for the EXACT reason she warns us about in the start of the episode.

    I was experimenting with how to make them, and I thought I'd try partially boiling them to soften them up. Same thing, didn't dry them off enough, the oil foamed up and boiled over and WOOSH!

    ♫ Be cool about FI-IIIIRE SAFETY! ♫

    (If you know what I'm referring to there, I felt an instant kinship with Rich when he told that story)

  2. I LOVE THOSE BLACK ASSORTED POTS HANGING ON THE RACK IN THE BACKGROUND; I WOULD LIKE TO BUY SOMETHING LIKE THESE; YOU HAVE ANY MORE INFO ON THESE?
    THANK YOU………

  3. for extra crispy fries. Do everything she said but after the first fry put them in the freezer over night (or basically forever/whenever). Then throw them in while they are frozen. Little more pop on the oil from the water but perfectly safe.

  4. hello laura, when ever i try to make french fries at home they become soggy ,I tried soking them in ice cold water for arround 30 min,tried double firng 1 at 325 then at 375 c, but all went to a disaster…plz help me to land on crispy french fries that looks perfect without dark brown appreance

  5. figured this trick out by accident years ago. Cooking fries for an annual motorcycle club party. we would fry a couple lbs to be ahead and keep them in a roaster on warm and re drop them in the oil briefly before serving when people ordered them. Absolutely have to fry them twice for perfect fries.

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