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The Best Way To Reheat Leftover French Fries

How to reheat leftover french fries at home

Every time you try to reheat leftover French fries they turn out soggy and soft, but they don’t have to be.

Unlike most foods, French fries is not a food you’d want to reheat using the microwave oven. While you’re looking for a way to keep them crisp and tasty, they come out soggy and wet.

The key to reheating your leftover French fries is to avoid the microwave – just don’t put them in there, it will ruin them.

When fries heat up, they create moisture that ruins the crispy exterior and leaves you with something that can easily be molded into a dough.

For crispy, golden brown French fries, follow these simple instructions:

Get a pan large enough to fit all your potato slices on its surface – no layers. Pour in a few tablespoons of frying oil, enough to cover half the strips. When the oil starts to shimmer, carefully place the fries out evenly across the pan. Cook them over medium-high heat for about a minute on each side.

Once you’re done, remove your fries onto a plate with paper towels to rid them of excess oil. Sprinkle some salt and pepper over, and your ready to go, bon appetit!

There you have it, a crispy leftover snack, and you did it in less time than it would take the microwave to completely ruin them for you.

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