French fries can be curly shape, wavy fries or tornado shape cut by a different potato cutter or cutting machines, either baked or fried by various kinds of edible oil. It can be served hot, eaten as an accompaniment to dinner, or as a snack in fast food restaurant. There are various kinds of French fries that you can choose from.
1. Poutine Fries
Poutine is a common Canadian dish originated from Quebec, made from french fries topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds. There are many variations of poutine, including poutine with different additions such as chicken, bacon or smoked meat, the three pepper sauce, even caviar, and truffle. They are widely appraised for adding dietary fiber and vitamins by the public.
2. Cheese Fries & Chili Cheese Fries
Cheese Fries are a popular fast food dish consisting of french fries covering with cheese, such as Chili cheese. The cheese french fries are endorsed by the president George H.W.Bush. It is very popular in America.
3. Steak Fries
Steak Fries is an American term for a particular type of french fries. It is fried from potatoes, which is cut into strips to . shape long and thick wedges, and the skins can be removed or left.
4. Curly Fries & Waffle Fries
Curly fries are characterized by their spring-like shape, which is made from the whole potatoes cut by the spiral slicer and can be seasoned to give the fries a slightly spicier taste than the standard fries. And the waffle fries tend to be thicker than other sliced potatoes. For waffle fries, the maker slices potatoes with a ripple bladed cutter and rotates the potatoes to form some holes or windows in the potato slices.
5. Shoestring Fries
Shoestring fries are thin and deep fried into crispy and crunchy. As an ideal accompaniment for many meals, shoestring fries are easily available and much cheaper in many places and corner store.
You can choose the suitable french fries for yourself. Our potato cutting machine is suitable for cutting strips of different thickness for you to save time and energy.
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