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Jun 30

Oven Baked Crispy Truffle Fries

This recipe is sponsored as part of #Cookout Week 2017! I was given free products from The French Farm to develop recipes. As always, all thoughts + opinions are mine and mine alone.

Welcome to our weekly Foodie Friday link up! I’m linking up with Annmarie from the Fit Foodie Mama + Esther from Chocolate Runner Girl to create awesome healthy recipes each week! This week’s theme is Cookout!

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Whenever I go back to California to visit home/friends/family, I tend to spend the entirety of my Tuesdays in Pleasanton with Bel. Our tradition generally consists of me sitting in on both her morning pole classes followed by lunch at a nearby restaurant.

This is basically how I discovered the existence of truffle fries back in 2011, and I’ve loved em’ ever since. Quite unfortunately, the place we went to for them doesn’t make them anymore (but why!?!), and I vowed to try to make them on my own someday.

Oven Baked Crispy Truffle Fries | @fairyburger

Well, now’s the time, m’friends! I’ve finally managed to use the truffle oil that The French Farm sent me to recreate truffle fries (in a healthier way) and they are absolutely delicious!

I actually threw in the purple potatoes on a whim (translation: this is another one of my “let’s clean out the kitchen” recipes), but I love the pretty colors they added to this!

Oven Baked Crispy Truffle Fries

Oven Baked Crispy Truffle Fries | @fairyburger

Oven Baked Crispy Truffle Fries

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Prep: Cook: Yield: 4-5 servingsTotal:

You'll Need...

  • 2 Russet potatoes, cut into 1/3" fries
  • 2 purple potatoes, cut into 1/3" fries
  • drizzle of EVOO
  • freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • sprinkle of sea salt, to taste
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • drizzle of LeBlanc Truffle Oil
  • dried (or fresh) parsley, for garnish
  • grated Parmesan cheese, to taste

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper and place potatoes in a single layer onto the sheet. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil + season with salt and pepper, to taste.
  3. Gently toss to combine + place in oven for 30-35 minutes, or until crisp. Toss occasionally.
  4. At 25-30 minutes, drizzle with truffle oil and garlic. Gently toss to combine.
  5. Transfer fries to a large bowl and top with parsley and freshly grated Parmesan cheese (if desired).
  6. Serve immediately!

Additional Notes

Make sure the potatoes are in a single layer or they won't crisp up as much!

Oven Baked Crispy Truffle Fries | @fairyburger

End-of-Week-ish Recap!

  • Come check out my first recipe for this year’s #CookoutWeek + learn to make this Fresh Summer Fruit Pesto Salad! :]
  • Are you a fan of history/visiting old structures built over 150 years ago? Check out Virginia’s oldest covered bridge: Humpback Bridge!

Foodie Friday recipe creations:

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  • Comments count as extra entries for the giveaway! ;P What’s your favorite type of fries?!
  • Do you have any favorite condiments for your fries? I usually either eat em’ plain or use BBQ sauce or honey mustard! 😮

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  1. Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine

    Well of course with potatoes, you can’t go wrong 🙂
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    1. Farrah

      hahaha, very much agreed! 😀 They’re magical!

  2. Julie @ Running in a Skirt

    I have some truffle oil in my pantry just waiting for a good use! These look perfect.
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    1. Farrah

      Yay! I hope you like em’!

  3. Hannah

    Your fries look so crispy! Mine always come out with some a lot crispier than others.
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    1. Farrah

      I usually have a good mix of em’ too–these were mostly crispy though! :D!
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  4. Jessica Collazo

    This looks so Yummy !!!

    1. Farrah

      Thanks, Jessica! :]

  5. Jivi

    Oh my these look heavenly! Definitely going on my dinner list for next week

    1. Farrah

      Yay! I hope you like them! :]

  6. Christina

    These fries look so so good!!! Great use for truffle oil.

    1. Farrah

      Thanks, Christina! :]!
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  7. Abbey Sharp

    These fries look DIVINE!! Perfect as a side dish for a bbq party!

    1. Farrah

      Thanks so much, Abbey! I’m gonna need to make more of em’ again soon! 😛
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  8. Wendy

    All the satisfaction of french fries but healthier…..that is a win/win if I ever saw one.

    1. Farrah

      Agreed! :D!! I wish I had some more right now, haha.
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  9. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I am a truffle JUNKIE! For real. I have to have them at every meal when we go to Alba (the home of truffles). We brought back a TON of truffle things too – salt, balsamic, olive oil, speck… all of it! That said, clearly I need to make these.
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    1. Farrah

      Truffles make ms so happy… 😀 Truffle balsamic sounds amazing–I’ve never had a chance to try that before! *-*
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  10. Janelle @ Run With No Regrets

    Fries are my weakness – these look SO good!!
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    1. Farrah

      They’re definitely my weakness as well! *-*
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  11. Emily

    Never made homemade truffle fries before, but these look awesome!

    1. Farrah

      Be careful–they’re so addicting!!

  12. Esther

    YUM!!! I need to get some truffle oil!
    Those look sooo good!

    1. Farrah

      Thanks, Esther! I hope you get your hands on some sometime! *-* I need to make more! They disappeared way too quickly!
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  13. ShootingStarsMag

    I’ve never had truffle fries, I don’t believe. They look great though!

    -Lauren
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    1. Farrah

      They were a recent-ish (somewhere within the last 4-5 years) discovery for me, but ahh! So good!
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  14. Harriet Emily

    Oh my gosh! Yum!! I am obsessed with truffle fries, but i’ve never made them myself before! These look so delicious Farrah! I need to make these asap! <3
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    1. Farrah

      Thanks, Harriet! I hope you get a chance to make some soon! 😀
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  15. Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie

    Great minds think alike, I too used truffle oil with some fries! It’s so stinking good.
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    1. Farrah

      Ah, yes indeed! It’s so perfect on em’! <3!
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  16. Joanne | No Plate Like Home

    These golden fries look crispy and yummy. I’ve never used truffle oil. EVOO is very good to fry with but, a bit pricey. Looks like you are doing well Farrah. I bet you can’t wait to be done.
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    1. Farrah

      Thanks! :] They were super tasty!

      I have a long way to go, but it’s okay–at least I’m learning a lot! 😀
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