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Looking for apple recipes? Chef Jason Hill will show you how to make apple fries, a county fair favorite that's sure to be ...
a hit in your home. I first learned how to make this easy recipe for apple fries while working at a French restaurant in Los Angeles. It is so simple and easy to do!
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Jason Hill: If you like apples, you’re going to love the recipe I’ve for you today. I’m Chef Jason Hill and we’re making apple fries. I first learned about this recipe while working at a French restaurant Los Angeles. It’s so simple and easy to do.
Before we start the fries lets make a delicious dipping sauce. This dipping sauce is a quarter cup of whipped cream cheese and a quarter cup of marshmallow cream with a dash of pumpkin pie spice, add ingredients to a mixing bowl and mix well with a wired whisk. After a few seconds the mixture will become creamy and add to a little serving dish. Next let’s core the apple to remove the seeds in the tough centre, peel away the skin carefully slice the apple into your favorite French fry shapes, now place the apple pieces into a bowl with about a half a cup of cornstarch and coat well.
After the apple fries are coated, I placed them into a strainer and shake to remove excess cornstarch. Now place the apple fries into the frier; Set it 375 degrees. After about three minutes the fry should turn to a golden colour, now remove the fries into a bowl with a paper towel gently sprinkle a mixture of cinnamon sugar over the French fries. I use about a quarter cup of sugar to a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon. Place the fries in your favorite serving dish and enjoy. This is your recipe is hard to find but I’m bringing it to you today, thanks for Tubing in.