Types of French Fries

Many different variants of French Fries are available, among them are: thick-cut fries, shoestring fries, jojo fries, crinkle fries, curly fries, cheese fries, and many other variants. French Fries can be seasoned in many different ways: garlic powder, black pepper, salt, onion powder and paprika. French Fries can also be coated with breading.

French Fries are cut into wedges sometimes with theyre skin on to create steakhouse fries.

 

Poutine

Poutine is a dish made of French fries that are topped with fresh cheese curds, and usually covered with brown gravy or sauce and sometimes additional ingredients.

Poutine Fries

Newfie Fries

Chips, dressing and gravy" comprise French fries topped with "dressing"
nd gravy. Another variation
consists of topping the French Fries with either ground beef, hot dogs,
dressing and cheese and topped with gravy.

Newfie Fries

Disco Fries

Disco fries also known as "Elvis Fries", served in New Jersey and select New York City diners, are made with brown gravy, mozzarella, and heavier steak fries.

Disco Fries

Carne Asada Fries

Carne asada fries are a local specialty found on the menus of Taquería-like Mexican restaurants
primarily in the American Southwest, including, but not limited to, San Diego, Sacramento,
Los Angeles, Fort Worth, and Tucson but is normally not a menu item in most "traditional"
Mexican Restaurants. The dish typically consists of french fries, carne asada, guacamole,
sour cream and cheese.

Carne Asada Fries

Steakfries

Often known as Texas style fires. The steakehouse fries are cut thicker and often with the skin is left on

Steak Fries

Patatje Oorlog

Patatje Oorlog (Dutch for: French Fries War) They are fried potato chips served with mayonnaise, tomato ketchup, garlic sauce and peanut-butter.

 

Patatje Oorlog

Cheese Fries

Cheese fries are a popular fast food dish consisting of french fries covered in cheese. Different cheeses can be used: Cheez Whiz, Mozzarella, Swiss Cheese, Garlic Cheese.

Cheese Fries

Chili Cheese Fries

Chili Cheese Fries are like regular Cheese Fries but with Chili Con Carne added to the topping.

Chili Cheese Fries

Boardwalk Fries

A tradition from the Mid-Atlantic states. Sesoning is done with Old Bay Seasoning, also Malt Vinegar is used as condiment.

Boardwalk Fries

Homefries

Diced, Chunked, Wedged, or sliced potatos are used in Home Fries. The chips have been partially boiled and then fried in a pan or a skillet.

Homefries

Potatos O´Brien

Normal home fries are used for this along with green and red bell peppers and sometimes chopped onions

Potatos oBrien

Curly Fries

Curly Fries are spring like in shape. A special spiral slicer is used to cut whole potatos. Often found in supermarkets frozen in packs. Restaurants often use Curly Fries and serve them with various dipping sauces.

 

Curly Fries

Waffle Fries

Normal French Fries are used to make Waffle Fries. They are cut into a criss cross pattern before frying.

Waffle Fries

Potato Wedges

Often called "JOJO´s" or "Tater Babie´s". They are large wedges often unpeeled. They are either baked or fried.

Potato Wedges

Shoestring Fries

Very thin cut potatos and the deep fried to a crisp

Shoestring Fries