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Heart Shaped Baked Potato Fries

Heart Shaped Baked Potato Fries

Cheesy as the velvet heart shaped cushion! But when you write for a newspaper, you do things you find personally too mushy as well!  So while I made heart centered cupcakes and chocolate cake pops, I ensured there was a savoury treat albeit heart themed!

these are regular potato fries, made the same way as I use for wedges. A few minutes spent using a cookie cutter to cut them into heart shapes make it Valentine Day compliant!

Heart Shaped Baked Potato Fries

Heart Shaped Baked Potato Fries

Heart Shaped Baked Potato Fries (Makes 2 cups)

Potatoes – 6 large

Olive Oil – 2-3 tablespoons (you can also use any other vegetable oil)

Salt – I teaspoon

Pepper – to taste (freshly ground)

Red chilli flakes – ½ teaspoon

Special Equipment – heart shaped cookie cutter

  1. In a large pan, heat 1 liter of water, add the salt and bring to a boil.
  2. Peel the potatoes, slice them to get large oval slices and cut out hearts using a cookie cutter. (reserve the scraps to use in a curry later)
  3. Add the heart shaped potato pieces to the boiling water and par boil for 3-4 minutes, drain out the water and cool slightly.
  4. Toss the potato pieces with the oil and the spices and lay out without overlapping on a baking tray. Bake in an oven at 400 C for 20 minutes or till the edges are nice and golden brown. Dust with a bit of salt if needed, serve hot.
  5. You can lay them out on a nonstick frying pan and cook on a stove top too till golden drizzling a little oil if you do not have an oven.
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3 responses »

  1. How innovative, cute and refreshing!

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  2. these looks so darn delicious. Just want to pop some in my mouth right now! :-).

    Siri

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  3. What a coincidence! I was going to make these next week for our lunches. Aditi

    Reply

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