5 Vegan Seasoned Baked Fries Recipes

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In celebration of my crinkle cutter that I bought used off ebay ($10) I decided to make a ton of fries. DUDE!!!! How do I forget that fries are sooo good! And more importantly cheap as fkkkkkk. I’ve been paying about 50 cents a pound so potatoes should definitely be more of staple.

Now that I just celebrated how grand it is to eat cheap potatoes I’m going to say that I did use expensive oil to flavor and cook the potatoes. Not million dollar bottles of oil but regular oil usually cost 15 cents a TB. This vegan buttery coconut oil is about 27 cents a TB. Blah blah blah. No one cares.

Use any oil you’d like. If you can find the buttery coconut oil (nutiva brand) I 100% recommend it. At first I thought it was a totally splurge/random impulse buy but I use (LOVE) it all the time. It’s functional (but unnecessary).

And feel free to cut the potatoes into any shape. Need some potato shape ideas? I made a post showing 10 Ways To Prepare Potatoes.

I’m new to homemade seasoned fries. Years ago I failed at making them twice so I haven’t tried since then. I think my issue was sprinkling the dried spices over the top instead of mixing them in with the oil. The times I failed resulted in burnt spices coating the potatoes. Mix everything together!

Lastly if you’re using a crinkle cutter like mine just know that you need to cut them on the thicker side or else keep a close eye on them. When I cooked one of the recipes below I burnt half of the fries because they cooked hella fast. Eyez on the prize.

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Classic Seasoned Fries
These were sooo good. As they were baking I worried that they might be too salty or too garlicky. No way, these were perfect. I only baked these 45 minutes so they weren’t like deep fried crispy but who cares. Maybe another 15 minutes would have got them there but I was hungry. These were flawless!

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3 med-large potatoes (630g), 1.5 TB oil, a couple grinds of fresh black pepper, 1 ts of each: paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, salt

  1. Mix spices and salt in a bowl
  2. Peel potatoes (optional) then cut them into fries
  3. Mix the oil and spices over the potatoes. All together!
  4. Bake at 400 degrees until golden (45-60 minutes). ENJOY

Inspired by Errens Kitchen

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Spicy Cajun Fries + Hot Ketchup
Ah, I forgot to add paprika to this. Sad face. I was thinking, “hmmm, does this need paprika?” I threw it in the oven then saw on the original recipe (linked below) that I had forgotten the paprika. Indeed. I clearly don’t even try to follow a recipe. This is a lot like the classic seasoned fry but taking it up a notch.

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3 potatoes med-large (475g), 2 TB oil, couple grinds of fresh black pepper, 1/2 ts cayenne (less or none if you don’t want heat) 1 ts of the each: paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, chili powder, salt + ketchup & hot sauce

  1. Mix spices and salt in a bowl
  2. Peel potatoes (optional) and cut into fry shapes
  3. Mix 1 TB of oil over the potatoes
  4. Add spices to the potatoes and mix. I used 75% of the spice mixture.
  5. Add 2nd TB of oil to the potatoes and mix everything well
  6. Bake at 400 degrees til golden (45-60 minutes) ENJOY

*For hot ketchup mix ketchup with hot sauce til you get desired flavor

Inspired by Recipe 4 Living

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Rosemary Fries
These oven baked fries are so fancy! There’s one thing you can do to take this recipe to the max. Infuse your oil with the chopped rosemary overnight. I didn’t do that. I just threw it all together and it was still great. Next time I will definitely try infusing the oil to take it to the max! I added fresh rosemary to the ketchup and it was legit.

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3 large potatoes (700 g), a sprig of fresh rosemary, 2 TB oil, 1 ts salt (extra rosemary for garnish)

  1. Peel potatoes (optional) and cut into fry shape
  2. Remove the rosemary needles from one sprig and chop the needles
  3. Put chopped rosemary, salt and oil on the potatoes and mix well
  4. Bake at 400 degrees until crispy (45-60 minutes). ENJOY

Inspired by Lazy Cat Kitchen

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Dill Pickle Flavored Fries
I was super curious about this one. I’ve eaten pickled flavored chips. Dude, sooooooo addicting. Salt, sour, dill. These are good things so I was hopping that pickled fries would be good too. They were super good. The fries had a crispy shell with an extra fluffy center. The dill pickle flavor was subtle but clearly present! I was wishing to dip these fries in vegan sour cream with dill mixed in but didn’t think to buy any vegan sour cream. I should have made Vegan Ranch for dipping potatoes! I totally missed out.

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3 or 4 med-large potatoes (492 g), 2 TB oil, brine from a jar of pickles, additional water

  1. Peel potatoes (optional) then cut into fry shapes
  2. Heat up brine then pour over potatoes. If your pickle juice doesn’t completely cover the potatoes mix water into juice til potatoes are completely covered. *make sure the brine is hot before adding it to potatoes.
  3. Put potatoes in the fridge overnight. The original recipe (linked below) says you can get away with a 2 hour soak)
  4. Next day drain potatoes. Do not rinse potatoes but pat them dry.
  5. Coat potatoes in oil and bake til golden. I did 400 degrees for 45 minutes or so. ENJOY

Inspired by Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice

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Vegan Garlic Butter Fries
This was the recipe that inspired this whole thing. Garlic butter fries, say what?! I had some left over vegan garlic butter from the Vegan Garlic White Pizza I made recently. Feel free to go as crazy as you want with the garlic. This recipe you can also infuse the oil to take the flavor to the max by letting the garlic soak into the oil overnight. I will admit that I thought this would have a richer butter flavor. I did use the one and only buttery coconut oil as well as vegan butter. Mark said, “this is something you could serve at a restaurant”. Right on.

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3 large potatoes (660 g), 1-2 TB oil (buttery oil!), salt, 2 TB vegan butter, garlic cloves or powder

  1. Peel potatoes (optional) and cut into fry shape
  2. Mix with oil and sprinkle with salt
  3. Bake at 400 degrees til golden (45-60 minutes)
  4. Melt vegan butter and mix in fresh crushed garlic or garlic powder
  5. After fries cook mix pour garlic butter on top and mix well. ENJOY

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