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Amazing French Fry Seasoning

What else to serve with Whiskey Burgers than french fries? As usual, Pinterest had my back on this. I was looking for a fry recipe when I stumbled on this seasoning. It sounded terrific and even easier than making fries from scratch. Huge bonus for already having all the ingredients in my pantry.

Plain fries right out of the bag are pretty boring. But this easy seasoning blend gives them just the right amount of zip–yummy for the adults and not too spicy for the kids.

Recipe Author: Pam at Brown Thumb Mama
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The Ingredients

I did have all the ingredients just hanging out in my pantry, but I didn’t have onion salt. no worries, though. A quick google and I found out onion salt is half onion powder and half salt. Both were in my pantry; problem solved. I just had to pick up a back of frozen french fries.

Amazing French Fry Seasoning
Onion salt, paprika, parsley, garlic powder, oregano, thyme, basil, black pepper and cayenne

The Process

It can’t get any easier than this. Just measure everything into a small bowl and mix. The season your fries with as little or as much as you like. The whole process took me 2 minutes.

I really appreciated the extra tip on using a drizzle of olive oil to get the spice mixture to cling to the fries. It worked like a charm.

Amazing French Fry Seasoning

So how was it?

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This is one of the tastiest seasonings I have ever tried! The paprika is the strongest smell, and it smells wonderful. That and the chili powder add just a little bit of heat. The onion salt gives the fries enough of a salty tasted without overdoing it. I can easily see using this seasoning on other vegetables and meat.
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