Crunchy French Fries Without a Drop of Oil and So Easy to Prepare!

Potatoes originate from South America, however nowadays they are widely popular and one of the favorite foods of many people all around the world. There are plenty of meals consisted of potatoes which are extremely tasty. They can be baked, mashed, boiled, cooked on steam and there are the famous tasty French fires which are served with mayo and ketchup for extra flavor. Likewise, they are the most common side dish to many meals.

It is extremely delicious meal served in every restaurant and present in every home whenever there is a special occasion or dinner.

There isn’t a person that does not like French fries, as they offer great palate pleasure being crunchy on the outside, and soft on the inside. However, most of you know the fact no matter how delicious they can be they can be very dangerous for our health because they are cooked in lot of oil. Fortunately, there is a healthy recipe for this savory meal thanks to which we can consume them in a healthy way and enjoy them as much as we want.

Preparation of French fries without a Drop of Oil

Needed Ingredients:

  • 5-7 potatoes
  • 2 egg whites
  • A pinch of ground black pepper (at your own preference)
  • A pinch of sweet paprika (at your own preference)
  • Some salt to taste

Method of preparation:

Start with peeling the potatoes, then cut them into little pieces with a thickness of 1/2 inch. Next, beat the egg whites till foam shows. After that, add the salt, the paprika and the pepper in them. Stir everything well.

Place the potatoes in a bowl and pour the mixture over them. You need to pre-heat your oven to 390– 430°F, and then put the potatoes inside. Bake for around 7 to 10 minutes, and when they become golden on the surface take them from the oven. Now, you have ready healthy French fries, enjoy them with your friends and if you want to enrich their taste add whatever you like on them.

Source:
newdailyrecipes.com

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