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Thread: Who here was looking to freeze potatoes....

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    Who here was looking to freeze potatoes....

    http://makethebestofeverything.com/2...zer-fries.html

    Try this...seems like a lot of work up front with lots of easy meals in the future. I would recommend not peeling the potatoes, just give them a good scrub with a stiff brush and slice. My kids always liked them with the skin on. If you had one of those french-fry slicers it would be even easier.
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    I have to try that recipe....looks so easy and fast......thx

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    Go a little farther on this site & check out the sweet potato pull apart fries. I hated sweet potatoes as a kid, but now have a real taste for them. This sounds so yummy & easy to do. Going to try it real soon. Thanks for the site.

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    love to roast steak fries in the oven. Less mess when you think about get the deep fryer or the oil to put into the skillet fryer. I cut them up about 1" square, dry with paper towels, toss into a bowl, drizzle "a little" oil and toss with your hands. Then layer them onto a foil lined cookie sheet. Stick in a preheated oven about 30 minutes at 400 degrees. Sweet potato fries same way.

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    Yes, I was looking for ways to preserve potatoes. Thank you for asking. Our crop did not yield its usual results, so I did not worry about it. We have not dug our sweet potatoes yet, and we do have a french potato slicer. But no room in our two freezers. Have a few potatoes and onions stored in racks in pantry.

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