Bon Appétit: Truffle Fries and Moët Ice Impérial

Still feeling under the weather this week.  I can’t seem to shake this!  Anyone have a secret to fighting colds?

I made these truffle fries recently and I want to share the recipe with you.  They’re the perfect snack!  I took inspiration from this photo and picked up a favourite bottle of champagne to pair them with {Moët Ice Impérial is suggested}.   The combination was Divine!

The Most Decadent Recipe For Truffle Fries
White Hot Truffle Fries Recipe
2 pounds russet potatoes
1 ounce white truffle oil (I prefer Urbani)
2 ounces grated Parmesan reggiano
1 ounce shaved Parmesan reggiano (use a peeler or large sided grated)
3 quarts peanut or soybean oil
Pinch sea salt & pepper


Rinse the potatoes and then cut them into sticks by cutting the potato in 4 or 5 vertical pieces, and then cut each piece into sticks.

Place them in a large bowl and cover with cold water. Allow them to soak, 2 hours.
When you’re ready to make the fries, drain off the water and lay the potatoes on baking sheets and blot with paper towels.
Heat the oil in a heavy bottom handled pot to 300 degrees F. In 3 or 4 batches, cook the potatoes until soft, 4 to 5 minutes per batch. You are not cooking them to be golden brown at this point you are only starting the cooking process. Remove each batch and drain on dry paper towels.

Recipe via here



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  • Reply Lily Lemontree November 12, 2014 at 9:08 am

    Oh goodness, these look delicious!! I will give them a go tonight!
    Hope you feel better soon! xo

  • Reply VM Creation Atelier November 12, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    This is truly not my favorite weather too,Brenda….:(
    Take warm cup of tea with lemon and honing,bring your life to a very relaxed and warm bad…. 🙂 Hope,you should feel beter!
    Thankyou for your delicious recipes, dear friend:)


  • Reply Susan Athanasakou November 13, 2014 at 4:29 am

    Oh dear, I hope you're feeling better, I'm sure that decadent little snack did the trick!
    About making chips (fries), I always rinse the chipped potatoes before frying but I didn't know that they should be left to soak for two hours.
    That means a bit of planning in advance before making chips!

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