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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.


Wash fries thoroughly. IMG_8393

Dry fries with clean towel.


First fry +/- 160 degrees Celsius. 10 minutes


Take lightly smoked trout out of the fridge, cut inot even pieces +/- 180 grams.

Once fries have cooled down, refry in 190 degrees Celsius till crisp and brown.

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.



Serve the hungry children.IMG_8414


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