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someone told me you can cook frozen fries on the grill by letting thaw out and cooking on foil on BGE. anyone know how?
Yes place them on foil and cook them.. HAHAHAHAHAH
Sorry couldn't resist..
Seriously that is how. No need to thaw. Just following the baking directions on the package. Just bump the temp about 10 degrees
Car Wash Mike
Use some Pam and indirect. Lawn Ranger has a technique for frying. :woohoo:
but he's a trained professional.. or was it he slept in a holiday inn...
Car Wash Mike
It was definately the Holiday Inn that made him smarter that day. :woohoo:
I just put them on a screen frozen and cooked them according to the oven instructions, they came out fine. -RP
You can also do them on a griddle or cast iron skillet. I let them thaw and add a little oil to the griddle before cooking them.
Barbecue is not rocket surgery
I wholeheartedly recommend these as the best on the market! Their taste beats all other frozen fries hands down! Just follow the package directions.
L, M, S, Mini
low tech redneck
Better yet thin slice potatoes and or sweet potatoes,put them in the freezer for half an hour and throw them on
for 15 min. and they are better than any of that store bought stuff.I use the flat side of the cast iron grid but foil would probably work,just won't have the grill marks. Oh yeah turn them about half way through.
Here I thought it was a Budget Inn....... :P
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