How Many Different Types of French Fries Have You Tried?

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    Curly Fries

    Curly fries are characterized by their unique helical shape and make for a fun twist (literally)!

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    Crinkle Cut Fries

    These fries may also be referred to as "ruffled" or "wavy fries". Now, you might love them on their own, but they were made for dipping!

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    Zucchini Fries

    The next time your burger calls for a side, try these easy, oven-baked, breaded zucchini strips. It's a healthy alternative and ideal for that crunch that you crave!

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    Shoestring Fries

    Shoestring Fries are ridiculously easy to make and they taste amazing. Take any regular vegetables and transform them into noodles!

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    Chilli Cheese Fries

    Pile the fries in the middle of a baking sheet, spoon on the chilli, and then sprinkle with cheddar cheese. Place under broiler for 2-3 minutes, or just until the cheese is melted and voila!

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    Potato Wedges

    Potato wedges are always a favourite for kids and grown-ups alike; they're easy to make and great for barbecues and parties. Top them off with cheese, ketchup and indulge!

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    Waffle Fries

    No, seriously. Waffle Fries are quite the rage in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and making it at home is easier than you would think.

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    Polenta Fries

    This is a great twist on the traditional French Fries. If you're making them from scratch, spruce it up with sage, rosemary, and Parmigiano-Reggiano for added flavour.

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    Tater Tots

    Tater tots with cheese? Yes, please! With their crunchy outside and fluffy inside, these are as tasty as they are fun.

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    Sweet Potato Wedges

    Sweet potatoes are an excellent, antioxidant-rich alternative to white potatoes. All you need to do is brush them with olive oil, add a pinch of sea salt and pepper to satisfy your cravings. Who says all good fries have to be fried?

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