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Frites

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Thick Cut Chips
Paper Container
Mayonnaise

Frites with mayonnaise - simple and delicious

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Now I know what you are thinking – Frites! That’s not a recipe that is just putting some chips in the oven. She’s not trying is she? Well let me explain.

Friteries are everywhere in Brussels, they are a national staple. Some stands also sell ‘moules et frites’ – another Belgian favourite, but I’m not quite ready for the battle of getting a toddler to eat a moule! And I’m not sure I could do it myself either.

Also making Frites is not a simple as it sounds. They have to be thick cut – not those thin French fries. You also have to find a paper container to serve them in – well you don’t actually but hey it’s fun. Lastly the sauce is not ketchup but mayonnaise instead which is very popular in this house.

I think I might start a series on chip recipes from around the world, we have Belgian Frites and Canadian Poutine, I’ll look for more.

Lastly I’ll confess, it was my little girl’s birthday party yesterday and I needed an easy recipe. Sorry, but don’t let that detract from the taste. Enjoy!

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Steps

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Cook the chips according to the instructions on the packet

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Fill up a paper container with chips and top with some mayonnaise

Zoe Negus

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