The Vinegar Tip for Making Crispy French Fries
The fries are a real treat. You can eat them alone or with a sauce or as a side dish in many everyday dishes. Although it seems that making fries no longer seems to hold any secrets for ordinary mortals, some tips for better preparation will make the difference between good fries, very tasty and crispy and, conversely, soft, dried out and dull fries. Discover in this article, what you need to know to make crispy fries to impress your guests.
A foolproof recipe with vinegar for dry and crispy fries: Once you have chosen your potatoes, the question of cooking arises. How to succeed in avoiding too greasy fries while preserving their crispness? To this problem, a solution stands at the top of the list: it is white vinegar, an unparalleled ally in the kitchen. Here’s how to use it:
oil for frying
1 heaped tablespoon cornstarch
2 tablespoons of white vinegar
To start, peel your potatoes and cut them into sticks.
Then pour them into a large bowl and add the white vinegar, making sure they are all coated with it.
Cover your fries with cold water and let the preparation rest for about ten minutes.
Pour everything into a colander, then wipe the fries with a clean tea towel and tap lightly to remove excess water.
Pour your fries back into a bowl and sprinkle the cornstarch over the sticks, mixing everything together.