Do you eat fried potatoe with beer?

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AmberLarson
02:37 Tue 10/31/2017

Originally posted by RichTheVillan
Johnny Potato


Is it café? Right?

 
AmberLarson
02:40 Tue 10/31/2017

Originally posted by b3shine



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GlasgowTAD
beers 2015 º places 38 º 03:13 Tue 10/31/2017

Originally posted by AmberLarson
Originally posted by GlasgowTAD
Could try an air-fryer and covering the potatoes lightly in spray-oil?


Thanks for reply. If honest, I haven't thought about an air fryer. Now reading about it here https://www.bestadviser.in/air-fryers and thinking to purchase. Do you use it?


I have done before, but I am less health-conscious thus less willing to compromise on the full fat version :D Its difficult to get things crispy in an air fryer but the calorific savings are significant, as a trade-off.

 
AmberLarson
10:48 Tue 10/31/2017

Originally posted by GlasgowTAD
Originally posted by AmberLarson
Originally posted by GlasgowTAD
Could try an air-fryer and covering the potatoes lightly in spray-oil?


Thanks for reply. If honest, I haven't thought about an air fryer. Now reading about it here https://www.bestadviser.in/air-fryers and thinking to purchase. Do you use it?


I have done before, but I am less health-conscious thus less willing to compromise on the full fat version :D Its difficult to get things crispy in an air fryer but the calorific savings are significant, as a trade-off.


Understood

 
ebone1988
beers 2501 º places 25 º 13:33 Tue 10/31/2017

 
tricyclist
beers 1125 º 19:14 Wed 11/1/2017

Soak the potatoe in either water or an ale/water mix with a Tbsp of salt. After a few hours, rinse and pat dry thoroughly. It’ll remove a lot of the starch in the potatoe and allow it to crisp up while baking in the oven.

At least that works for me.