Parmesan Porcini French Fries is a tasty twist on a restaurant favorite recipe of Parmesan truffle fries. Parmesan Porcini French Fries are super easy to make. This recipe mix adds an unexpectedly delightful flavor to your favorite thin-cut fries. This tasty mix works on homemade french fries or your favorite frozen fry variety.
When not using homemade french fries, I find Lamb Weston Grown In Idaho Hand Cut Style Fries are very close to restaurant fries. In fact, Lamb Weston makes fries for restaurants, so these fries make for an excellent base for any french fry at home recipe. I personally like the hand cut best, but shoesstring style also works well in this recipe. They have an excellent crispy outside without being too starchy or bland.
Excellent with or without an air fryer or circulation rack, these fries make a great dupe for restaurant fries.
About Porcini Mushroom dust
Porcini Mushroom dust adds depth of flavor to rich meats, vegetables, and grains. Boletus Edulis, is known for its rich, nutty taste and depth of umami flavor.
Porcini Mushroom Powder is a healthy ingredient that is also kosher, non-dairy, vegan, non-ETO, non-GMO, non-irradiated, and gluten-free. It is flavorful and pairs best with fine or kosher salt.
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Now to the Parmesan Porcini French Fries recipe!
Parmesan Porcini French Fries recipe
Parmesan Porcini French Fries recipe | Parmesan Truffle Fries
A twist on restaurant style Parmesan Truffle Fries recipe.
- 1/4 cup Parmesan Cheese
- 1 teaspoon Porcini Mushroom Dust
- 1/2 teaspoon fine salt
- 1/4 tsp White Truffle Oil
- Parsley, to taste
- Step 1 Drain on kitchen paper or paper towel and while still hot, put the fries in a large bowl.
- Step 2 Toss fries with the salt, garlic powder, half of the grated parmesan, and half of the parsley.
- Step 3 Transfer to a serving plate and drizzle with the White Truffle Oil.
- Step 4 Top with the remaining grated parmesan and parsley.
- Step 5 Optional: Serve with garlic aïoli for dipping.
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