“Famoose” Wedge Fries and Dipping Sauce

Potato Fries

Our “Famoose” Wedge Fries and Dipping Sauce seasoned with our Rack Ragin’ Cajun Seasoning was a big hit tonight! These fries are baked in the oven instead of deep fried, which gives them that down home country homemade taste without the calories! Serve them with our great dipping sauce which gives it that extra bit of ‘zing!” This dipping sauce also serves as a condiment for burgers, or use in place of tartar sauce. These are definitely a tasty side to Brian’s Best Ribs!

 

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Preparing the Fries:

• 4 large russet potatoes cut into 8 wedges per potato
• ¼ C. olive oil for brushing
Zesty Moose Rack Ragin’ Cajun Seasoning (to taste)

Preparation of Dipping Sauce:

• ½ C. mayonnaise
• 2-3 hamburger dill oval pickles, diced
• ¼ tsp. pickle juice
• 3 tsp. Zesty Moose Rack Ragin’ Cajun Seasoning
• ¼ tsp. black pepper

Method:

Cut Wedges

Cut potatoes into 8 thick slices, (8 wedges per potato). Place potato wedges onto a baking sheet lined with foil, and lightly sprayed to prevent sticking.

Brushing Fries

Brush each wedge with the olive oil and

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generously season using the Rack Ragin’ Cajun Seasoning.

Ready to Bake

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees and

Baked

bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown.

Dipping Sauce Ingredients

In a mixing bowl, add the mayonnaise, the finely chopped pickles, pickle juice, Rack Ragin’ Cajun Seasoning, and black pepper

Dipping Sauce Finished

and mix well. Refrigerate for 30 minutes to develop flavor. This sauce also makes a great condiment for hamburgers or use in place of tartar sauce.

Potato Fries

Yields: 4 Servings

Total Time: 1 Hour
Pep Time: 30 Min.
Cook Time: 30 Min.

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