Mccain Seasones S/Wedge 2x750g
Potato chips that are often large and unpeeled, that are either baked or fried. Great for snacking or as a fast and easy side dish.
Free from gluten
Serving Size 85g
|Amount per serving|
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat 3.5g|
|Total Carbohydrate 21g|
|Percent Daily Values are based on a 2.000 calorie diet.|
French fried potatoes are a favourite food in countries around the world. They are usually salted and, depending on the country, may be served with ketchup, vinegar, mayonnaise, tomato sauce, or other local specialties.
All things French fries
The origin and history of the delicious French fry;
Why do we call them French fries?
A French writer of the 19th century, who went by the name of Curnonsky (his real name was Maurice Edmond Saizlland), said that if there were regional Parisian cooking, its greatest contribution to gastronomy would be pommes frites (French fried potatoes).
Who makes the best fries?
They are found on almost every street corner in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. There, the fries are served with lots of ketchup, mayonnaise, and mustard on top.
What do you call French Fries in England?
In Britain, they are known as "French fries" on packaging and restaurant menus. Most British people call them chips, however.
What do you call French Fries in Australia?
Chips is a confusing term. American "chips" are what the British call "crisps", while British "chips" are usually shorter and chunkier than "French fries"; Australians use "chip" for both the American and British variety.
The French and Belgians have an ongoing dispute about where fries were invented, with both countries claiming ownership. From the Belgian standpoint, the popularity of the term "French fries" is explained as a "French gastronomic hegemony" into which the cuisine of Belgium was assimilated because of a lack of understanding coupled with a shared language and geographic proximity of the countries.
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