Do you eat fried potatoe with beer?

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AmberLarson
06:52 Mon 10/30/2017

Hello
Does someone know, whether it's possible to prepare somehow fried potatoes not so fat? I love to take it with my big mug of beer on dinner. I haven't asked this question on forums about diets or sport, because they would recommend me just to refuse my loved mix. I hope here I'll be understood and I'll get some good advices

 
GlasgowTAD
beers 2015 º places 38 º 07:33 Mon 10/30/2017

Could try an air-fryer and covering the potatoes lightly in spray-oil?

 
MacBoost
beers 2053 º places 38 º 07:47 Mon 10/30/2017

I love to get the fried potatœ in my tummy with the beers and ales

 
Leighton
beers 28092 º places 1085 º 07:48 Mon 10/30/2017

Are you talking about frenched fried potatoes?

 
ebone1988
beers 2501 º places 25 º 08:06 Mon 10/30/2017

Telling from my heart, I enjoy fry potatoe at low boost party.

 
RichTheVillan
beers 10456 º places 101 º 08:09 Mon 10/30/2017

Johnny Potato

 
Garrold
beers 8226 º places 137 º 08:16 Mon 10/30/2017

Rubber Johnny

 
blipp
beers 11962 º places 219 º 09:26 Mon 10/30/2017

Potatœ is good. Ok.

 
b3shine
beers 10803 º places 354 º 09:33 Mon 10/30/2017

 
Quick3Beers
beers 2170 º places 48 º 11:11 Mon 10/30/2017

Do you eat fried potatoe with beer?
I do, that's why I posted here.
Others into sports and diet
Would say "Put down your big mug, don't even try it!"
How do you make them not so fat?
I would prefer them more like that.
I'd really like some good advices
For fried potatoes and berliner weisses.

 
joet
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beers 2872 º places 125 º 11:30 Mon 10/30/2017

A whole sheet full of freshly cut potatoes tossed in two spoonfuls of oil will crisp up quite nicely in a 400 F/205 C oven and have far fewer calories than deep fried potatoes. You can add cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, onion and garlic for an even more flavorful and healthy (lower caloric density, lower glucose index) side vegetable.