Baked Mojo Fries
Here's a quick, easy, and no-fuss side that would be welcome alongside any grilled carnage. Not only are these simple, but they are a hearty and relatively healthy alternative to regular fries.

6 small Russet potatoes
1/4 cup Canola or peanut oil
2 Tbsp Your favorite barbecue seasoning (I used Kosmo's Cow Cover)
2 Tbsp Corn starch

Preheat your oven to 375º.

Wash the potatoes, and dry them with paper towels.

Cut each potato in half lengthwise, then cut each half lengthwise into three equal wedges, and put them in a large mixing bowl.

Add the oil to the mixing bowl, reserving one tablespoon.

Toss the potatoes in the oil to coat them.

Combine the barbecue seasoning and corn starch in a small bowl, and mix well with a fork or small whisk.

Add the seasoning and corn starch mixture to the bowl and stir the potatoes to coat them evenly.

Oil a large lipped sheet pan well with the reserved oil.

Pour the potatoes on the oiled pan and arrange them so that they each wedge is sitting on the skin side (cut sides up).

Bake for 45 minutes, or until the fries are golden brown and crispy.

Serve and enjoy!

I served mine with homemade fry sauce.

(Makes about five servings)

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Anonymous Natalie said...
"grilled carnage" . . . LOL. Looks awesome, John! Oh, is that small Idaho russets or small "the rest of the world" russets? I miss those big spuds :)
Blogger Jennifer said...
Oh Yeah! You had me at "mojo"!
Blogger Tobi said...
Looks awesome. Fry sauce looks yummy too!
These look delicious!
Anonymous Anonymous said...
I'm not sure I can ever go back to regular fries. These are amazing! I've already passed this recipe around to friends!
Anonymous Rod in Florida said...
What is "fry sauce"?
Blogger Unknown said...
Rod - This should help. ;-)

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