Fry Up Something Tasty

French fries may not really be French, but they’ve become a culinary staple around the world. It’s impossible to imagine ordering a meal in a local sports stadium, family entertainment center, or restaurant, only to be told, “Sorry, we don’t serve fries here.” But despite their popularity, many restaurants stick to serving up the tried-and-true plain fries with condiments. Step outside the fry basket with these leveled up recipes for french fries.

5 Types of Fries to Try

  1. french friesPoutine. This classic Canadian dish heaps cheese curd and gravy onto fresh fries. It’s best served in moderation, but it’s a tasty dish that’s the perfect side to serve up at a hockey arena or amusement park.
  2. Clam chowder fries. Do your customers love seafood? Then this New England inspired dish is for you. Offer up the warm comfort of clam chowder served over a plate of hot fries, and watch the orders roll in.
  3. Chili cheese fries. Another classic fry combination, chili cheese fries are a treat for beachgoers, bowlers, and sports enthusiasts. It’s an easy way to add substance to fries for those customers who are stuck between snack-mode and meal-mode.
  4. Dish, meet side. If your customers gobble up heavier sides like chili cheese fries, then “meal fries” are a safe bet for your food service. Serve Phili Cheese Fries topped with carved beef, provolone, and onions. Want a mouthwatering breakfast item to set you apart from the crowd? Serve a fresh twist on a breakfast scramble: fries topped with eggs, bacon, cheese, and veggies.
  5. Sweet potato fries. Give your health-conscious customers a tasty side with sweet potato fries. Lightly sprinkle with salt or offer a light marshmallow dipping sauce for a touch of extra sweetness.

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