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How to Make Oven Fries

Homemade Oven Fries

Oven fries are great to eat with hamburger steak, filet mignon, stir fry, and other beefy meals. Maybe you would like them with chicken too! And these are so easy to make. Let me show you how this morning. This makes 3 to 4 servings, so slice 2 or 3 more potatoes for each additional serving.

homemade oven fries

Ingredients

  • 6 or 7 small to medium potatoes
  • butter-flavored Pam spray
  • spray butter
  • salt

Directions

  • First, peel and clean the potatoes.
  • Slice the potatoes into long sections (about 4 from each potato).
  • Line pan with aluminum foil.
  • Spray the top of the foil with the Pam and salt.
  • Place the sliced potatoes evenly spaced onto the foil.
homemade oven fries
  • Spray the potatoes with the Pam and salt.
  • Place in oven on 550 degrees. 
  • Remove from oven when potatoes are browned. This takes 20 to 30 minutes, so keep a close eye on them.
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  • Spray with the spray butter and salt if you want more flavor.

Now, serve with your favorite meat. Or these make a great snack too! Dip in ketchup if desired!

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Have a blessed Saturday,


Patricia



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