Transform Your Fries: Unveiling the Best French Fry Seasoning for a Flavor Explosion!
Just when you think perfectly crisp, golden french fries can’t get any better, add this killer seasoning blend to them. M Best French Fry Seasoning is salty, a little spicy, and bursting with flavor. Try it, and you’ll never have fries another way! So much better than the fries that you get at a restaurant!
How To Season French Fries
When to season your french fries (or sweet potato fries, potato wedges, etc.)? This depends on how you’re cooking the fries.
- Deep-fried fries – whether they’re cooked from fresh or frozen, after you take them out of the oil, put them in a bowl. Season the fries immediately with the best french fry seasoning and shake the bowl while french fries are still hot.
- Oven-baked fries, Air fryer potato fries, or Air fryer sweet potato fries – drizzle the fries with a little bit of neutral tasting oil, and sprinkle with seasoning. Then using a spoon or your hands, toss the potatoes until they’re evenly coated with oil and seasoning. If you use frozen fries, you don’t need the oil because the fries have already a layer of moisture around them when you take them out of the freezer.
You can also put all ingredients in a Ziploc Bag and shake to coat them evenly.
Then bake or air fry your french fries, sweet potato fries or potato wedges accordingly.
How To Store your Best French Fry Seasoning
You should store the seasoning in an airtight container in a dark and dry place of your pantry or cabinet. Dried herbs and spices are best if used within 6 months. For that reason I recommend making the seasoning in bulk.
How much do I use on my fries?
This is really up to individual preference and is dependent upon how many french fries you are seasoning. Start with about a teaspoon for a batch of fries and work your way up to your liking.
Best French Fry Seasoning - Pommesgewürz
- 3 tbsp. Salt
- 3 tbsp. Garlic Powder
- 2 tbsp. Onion Powder
- 2 tbsp. Smoked Paprika
- 1 tbsp. Curry Powder
- Collect ground spices, combine them, and place them in a jar. If using whole spices, then place in a grinder and pulse until you reach the desired texture.3 tbsp. Salt, 3 tbsp. Garlic Powder, 2 tbsp. Onion Powder, 2 tbsp. Smoked Paprika, 1 tbsp. Curry Powder