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Belgian fries with lightly smoked trout

August 1, 2013

There are many ways to make Fries. I looked up a recipe online.  My search was: old fashioned Belgian fries. Here I was informed to wash my fries thoroughly.  Dry them – bake them on 160 degrees `Celsius for 8 to 10 minutes – cool – refry 180 degrees Celsius till crisp and brown. This is the best recipe ever.

I had wonderful friends over from Belgium who I love cooking for.

To start, pour yourself a glass of bubbly.  Peel potatoes, cut into even fries thick or thin as you fancy.

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Wash fries thoroughly. IMG_8393

Dry fries with clean towel.

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First fry +/- 160 degrees Celsius. 10 minutes

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Take lightly smoked trout out of the fridge, cut inot even pieces +/- 180 grams.
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Once fries have cooled down, refry in 190 degrees Celsius till crisp and brown.
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Fry the trout on the skin side in olive oil with butter. ad some salt. Only fry the non skin side for 1 or 2 minutes.

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Serve the hungry children.IMG_8414

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