Looking for a replacement for potato fries? Ok, so they're pretty much irreplacable, but there are some other interesting alternatives that'll add a decidedly adult element to your table.
Whether you've got a glut of new season aspragus, a bunch of carrots or a head of cauliflower knocking around, try experimenting with these perfectly delicious and deserving substitutes, capable of filling that crunchy, desirable side dish role.
Take your pick from root vegetables to polenta, choose a cooking method, from deep fried to baked, spice things up or include unctuous side sauces and discover a whole new way of falling in love with fries, without the potato.
Carrots are a cheap and plentiful pantry staple making them an economical potato replacement. Try harnessing their sweet goodness by frying them before devouring them as long sticks. Try this recipe for carrot sticks from ohmyveggies.
If you have a batch of polenta leftover, try turning it into hearty fried sticks in this enticing recipe from acozykitchen that'll satisfy that starch craving and comes with a zesty lime may. Find out other uses for polenta in the kitchen.
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