So it’s not just the squirrels chewing through the wires?
A little testing
If anyone would like to try this and let me know what you think.
Take Ore Ida crinkle cut French fries frozen
Put in big bowl
Spray a good amount of duck fat on top
Put on lid and shake to coat the rest of the fries, repeat one more time
Put duck fat coated frozen fries in a seasoning shaker bowl and coat with Ckicken on the Run until completely coated.
Deep fry in sunflower oil until desired crispness.
Let us know your opinion
twilliams It can’t suck. Everything I coated with COR powder rocks (3 diff meats, frozen cheese, green beans…).
GWG8541 Regular Contributors Cast Iron Sous Vide Canning Team Blue Power User Military Veterans last edited by
twilliams that sounds like it would be tasty. Im pretty sure you just introduced me to another food habit I don’t need.
Sounds like another hit.
Very very very interesting, for sure would need a fancy aioli sauce to dip them in.
Bob Stehlik Team Blue Power User Veteran Canning Traeger Regular Contributors Military Veterans last edited by
twilliams Duck Confit French Fries? Sounds awesome.
twilliams Sounds God awfully good, Sunflower oil is one of the most flavorful oils in my humble opinion. Will have to try that soon.
when you make it, let me know and I will come by. My lovely wife, the Queen, Fries NOTHING!!!
So just to add to this, maybe I should have done a photo but didn’t think it was gonna be a big hit, after all it is just a French fry. I just need opinions if people do this if there is a taste of the seasoning Chicken on the Run or if it is just washing off during the deep frying process. I should have done a plain batch to see if there was a difference in taste. I do like how light, airy and crisp they were. Taste was good too, but like I said not sure if I’m getting a good “seasoned” flavor.
Never tried the COR but, thoughts on using it for fish, cheese curds, onion rings etc.