French Fries with Homemade Ketchup

If you do not have a deep fryer with a built-in thermometer, use a large, heavy pot and a deep-frying thermometer that can be clipped to the side. Never fill the pot more than one-third full of oil, and use an oil with a high smoke point, such as safflower, soybean or peanut. Cook the food in small batches to prevent a drop in the oil temperature, using a skimmer or the deep fryer's basket to lower the food into the hot oil to avoid splatters. Always let the oil return to its correct frying temperature between batches. If the oil dips below that temperature, the French fries will absorb too much oil and become greasy.
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Review 1 for French Fries with Homemade Ketchup
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5 out of 5
San Rafael, CA
March 29, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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You'll never buy store bought ketchup again!
March 29, 2011
I just made the ketchup (not french fries) in this recipe. Let me tell you it's DELICIOUS!!! My kids, husband and I loved it. After making this I can't stand store bought ketchup anymore. This is really the best I've ever tasted.
BTW I just made the other ketchup recipe on this site ("Homemade Ketchup") and I found it inferior to this one.
Pros: Yield, Healthy, Appearance