by Maria Russo in Community, May 8th, 2016
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Take it from The Pioneer Woman. If she says that these crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside fries are “perfect,” we’re quick to trust her. The secret to her recipe, featured in Food Network Magazine, is a double-fry technique: One dip in the oil whisks away excess moisture and cooks the potato, while the second turns the fries craveably crisp.
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Get the Recipe: The Pioneer Woman’s Perfect French Fries, Featured in Food Network Magazine
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