What do restaurants use to fry French fries?
That’s why you want to choose an oil with a smoke point 50 degrees above your targeted frying temperature, so oils with a smoke point from 375 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit — like vegetable oil, peanut oil, corn oil, canola oil, or sunflower seed oil — make good choices for making french fries.
Why are restaurant fries so good?
To mimic the chain’s original oil blend, which was mostly beef tallow, the oil is laced with chemical flavoring to replicate that mouthwatering smell. In other words, the delicious scent we know and love is actually the smell of potatoes cooked in beef fat, an aroma so powerful it makes the fries seem even tastier!
What are the 18 types of french fries?
Here are all 18 at a quick glance:
- Waffle fries.
- Belgian fries.
- Tater tots.
- Standard cut.
- Garlic fries.
- Curly fries.