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NCHillbilly

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I decided to make bacon double deerburgers on Monday night. It was good, might have to do it again sometime.

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You have probably explained it a dozen times, but I haven't seen it.

Your fries always look so good. Fresh cut right? And how do you fry them?
Those are fresh cut. I use frozen ones too, when I'm lazy.

Cut them and soak them in cold water for awhile to get some of the starch out. Fry them at just under 300* for a few minutes until they're blonde. Dump them out on a cooling rack, seperate them, and let them cool off. Then fry again at 350*-375* until they're crispy, and season them while they're hot.
 
Those are fresh cut. I use frozen ones too, when I'm lazy.

Cut them and soak them in cold water for awhile to get some of the starch out. Fry them at just under 300* for a few minutes until they're blonde. Dump them out on a cooling rack, seperate them, and let them cool off. Then fry again at 350*-375* until they're crispy, and season them while they're hot.
Same exact way I do it. One thing to remember, dry them off after soaking them or they will be poppin' all over the place!
 
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Those are fresh cut. I use frozen ones too, when I'm lazy.

Cut them and soak them in cold water for awhile to get some of the starch out. Fry them at just under 300* for a few minutes until they're blonde. Dump them out on a cooling rack, seperate them, and let them cool off. Then fry again at 350*-375* until they're crispy, and season them while they're hot.
What oil...peanut...vegetable? Does it matter? What do you season them with?
 
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What oil...peanut...vegetable? Does it matter? What do you season them with?
I usually use vegetable oil. Peanut would be better, but I'd have to finance a gallon. Seasoning just depends on the mood I'm in, and what I'm having them with. Usually just coarse sea salt, I often add some cracked black pepper. Sometimes I use Creole seasoning. Sometimes some southwestern seasoning.
 
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