The 'Baked Fries' Recreate the Fast Food Side With a Corn and Potato Blend

By: Misel Saban - Sep 6, 2016
References: snikiddy & trndmonitor
For eaters seeking a lighter and perhaps more wholesome alternative to fast foods, these baked fries chips creatively use a combination of potato, corn and healthier cooking method to recreate the snack. The dish is baked rather than fried and contains certified gluten-free ingredients for consumers with dietary restrictions.

The fries are designed to be half the fat than the conventional version thanks to the use of non-GMO vegetables, cholesterol-free ingredients and no MSG. The fries are made using a blend of corn and potato to provide a healthier base, while the baking cooking method ensures that the fries are cooked without the use of added oils. The fries are pre-cut and seasoned in Hot & Spicy to make preparing side dishes a breeze.