Are you a french fry lover? I sure am! Good quality french fries of all shapes and sizes are one of my favorite ways to indulge on a Sunday.
In my experience, some of the best fries can be found at your local burger joint — you know that hole-in-the-wall spot everyone loves? In Minnesota there’s a small dive bar called The Nook and my goodness… it is completely amazing! I don’t even eat beef burgers, but I would totally devour a Juicy Lucy (a burger stuffed with cheese) if I was there. Oh and their fries? Heavenly, hand-cut, and rich with flavor to balance out that juicy burger. Please go if you ever find yourself in the Tundra.
And now that we’re onto the subject of restaurant fries, we should chat about Manhattan Beach Post in Manhattan Beach, California. This place is one of my favorites and truly has some of the best fries I’ve ever tasted in my life. I should also mention that MB Post makes bacon cheddar buttermilk biscuits that are so good they make you want to cry, which is another reason you should stop by. Just please don’t forget the seriously huge steak fries that are so effortlessly perfect for dipping. Mmmm I just lovvveee them!
Now of course, I can’t go around eating hand cut french fries at restaurants allll the time. That’s why I love that Alexia Foods makes frozen fries that come out perfectly crisp when you bake them in the oven. Their sweet potato waffle fries were my go-to snack during the Super bowl and I made an incredible spicy dipping sauce to go with them. It’s essentially love at first bite. And no, I’m not just saying that.
No matter where you decide to enjoy your fries, having that perfect dipping sauce is a little crucial to taste success. It come to a point where ketchup is no longer good enough. You want more, right? Thus I have crafted a list of truly awesome sauces for you to make at home with Alexia fries and get dip crazy with. Also feel free to head over to my Pinterest Burger or Sandwiches and Wraps board and pair your fries with something tasty. You know you want to!
2. Homemade Wendy’s Chocolate Frosty (oh come on, who hasn’t done that?)
10. Sriracha Sour Cream Dip (recipe below)
*Disclaimer: I am being compensated for my partnership with Alexia Foods as an Alexia Tastemaker. All my opinions and recipes using their products are my own.
- 1/2 cup low-fat mayo
- 1/2 cup low-fat sour cream
- 2 teaspoons Sriracha, plus more to taste
- 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
- Whisk together all ingredients in medium bowl until smooth and combined. Serve immediately with fries (really good with sweet potato fries). If making ahead of time, refrigerate until ready to serve.