Easy Homemade Mike's New Orleans Truck Fries Recipe

Easy Homemade Mike's New Orleans Truck Fries Recipe


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To begin with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients and a few step. Here is how you cook that.



Ingredients of Easy Homemade Mike's New Orleans Truck Fries Recipe


  1. Potatoes & Creole Seasonings
  2. 6 large Idaho Potatoes
  3. 1 tbsp Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning
  4. 1 tbsp Cayenne Pepper
  5. 1 tbsp Red Pepper Flakes
  6. 1 tbsp Ground Black Pepper
  7. 1 tbsp Paprika
  8. 1 tbsp Dried Parsley
  9. 1 tbsp Italian Seasoning
  10. 1 tbsp Powdered Parmesan Cheese
  11. 1 tbsp Dehydrated Onions
  12. 1 tbsp Granulated Garlic
  13. 1 tbsp Granulated Onion
  14. 1 tbsp Pureed Bottled Garlic [add additional 1 tbs garlic powder if you do not have pureed]
  15. 1 tbsp Lawerys Seasoned Salt
  16. 1 Salt [to taste]
  17. 2 tbsp Louisiana Hot Sauce
  18. 3/4 cup Vegetable Oil
  19. 1/4 tsp Cinnamon & Allspice [optional]
  20. 1 tsp Brown Sugar [optional]
  21. Kitchen Items
  22. 1 gallon Ziplock Bag
  23. 1 Cutting Board
  24. 1 large Knife
  25. 1 small Tongs
  26. 1 large Bowl With Water
  27. 4 cup Ice
  28. 1 large Cookie Sheet
  29. 1 box Tinfoil [crumpled sheets]
  30. 2 Metal Racks for baking



How To Make Easy Homemade Mike's New Orleans Truck Fries Recipe


  1. Wash, peel and slice potatoes the size of your index finger in width. Anything thinner will result in limp or burnt fries.

  2. Place sliced potatoes in a large bowl with water, two tablespoons table salt and four cups of ice.

  3. Let chill for two hours adding ice as needed. This step is very important since icing your potatoes will result in crispier fries.

  4. In a gallon sized Ziplock Bag, add all Creole seasonings and Vegetable Oil. Mix well and let sit on counter for one hour.

  5. Leave Garlic Powder, Creole Seasoning, Cayanne Pepper and Salt out for later use.

  6. Drain and dry your sliced potatoes and add to your Creole Seasonings. Mix well and place in fridge for one hour to marinate.

  7. Line a cookie tray with an oversized piece of non-stick tinfoil and scrunch up like the picture below. This will keep your fries slightly lifted so they can crisp up better in the oven.

  8. Or, you can use lifted racks and place your fries upon those. If so, spray Pam on racks.

  9. Preheat oven to 450ë and place cookie tray and racks inside to heat as well.

  10. Once oven has heated, pull out cookie tray and place seasoned French Fries on hot tinfoil or hot rack.

  11. Place fries evenly on sheet or racks with some space in between each fry.

  12. Sprinkle tops with Garlic Powder, Cayanne Pepper and Salt.

  13. Bake for 20 minutes.

  14. Pull cookie sheet and flip fries over. Sprinkle with Garlic Powder, Salt and Creole Seasoning this time.

  15. Place back in oven and bake 20 additional minutes. Watch them for any signs of burning!

  16. Serve immediately with sides of Ketchup mixed with Tabasco, [to taste] Sour Cream, Ranch Dressing, Louisiana Hot Sauce or Mustards.


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