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Pragotrade Cast Iron French Fry Cutter + 1X Gameplay

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  • Value Price: $73.99
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Pragotrade Cast Iron French Fry Cutter

Do you love French Fries?  Hearty, thick cut fries, crispy on the outside, hot and chewy in the middle?   Who doesn't?  And we all have a favorite restaurant that serves those, oh so perfect pomme frites.  Chances are, that restaurant has one of these in their kitchen.  Now, you can have one in yours.  Make your restaurant style French Fries in your own kitchen! Simply put a potato in the press, push down the handle and you have perfectly cut fries ready to be cooked. Peeled or unpeeled, fried or baked, seasoned or unseasoned the rest is up to you. Heavy Duty Cast Iron with Stainless Steel Components. Stainless Steel Blades Disassembles for easy cleaning. Can be mounted to any flat surface.

Making Great Pomme Frites:
 
1. Cut 2 Russet potatoes using your Prago French Fry Cutter.
2. Soak the raw fries for 10 minutes in cold water. Drain.
3. Dry raw fries in a salad spinner or pat with paper towels
4. Toss raw fries with 1-2 tablespoons of potato starch. (Available at most large markets and Asian groceries.) The potato starch changes the dynamics of frying in peanut oil as it provides a dry starch surface rather than a wet, potato starch surface. 
5. Heat peanut oil to 350 degrees and fry using tongs to separate the potato strips.
6. When well browned, remove from the oil and drain on paper towels. (If your frying temperature was correct, there should be virtually no oil on the paper towels.)
7. Toss gently in a bowl with Kosher salt and serve warm.
 

Features

  • Heavy-duty cast iron with stainless-steel components
  • Stainless-steel blades
  • Disassembles for easy cleaning
  • Can be mounted vertically on a wall or any flat surface
  • Suction Cup Feet allow you to use on countertop and then conveniently store away.

What's In The Box

  • 36-3501-W French Fry Cutter
  • Suction Cup Feet

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

Do you love French Fries?  Hearty, thick cut fries, crispy on the outside, hot and chewy in the middle?   Who doesn't?  And we all have a favorite restaurant that serves those, oh so perfect pomme frites.  Chances are, that restaurant has one of these in their kitchen.  Now, you can have one in yours.  Make your restaurant style French Fries in your own kitchen! Simply put a potato in the press, push down the handle and you have perfectly cut fries ready to be cooked. Peeled or unpeeled, fried or baked, seasoned or unseasoned the rest is up to you. Heavy Duty Cast Iron with Stainless Steel Components. Stainless Steel Blades Disassembles for easy cleaning. Can be mounted to any flat surface.

Making Great Pomme Frites:
 
1. Cut 2 Russet potatoes using your Prago French Fry Cutter.
2. Soak the raw fries for 10 minutes in cold water. Drain.
3. Dry raw fries in a salad spinner or pat with paper towels
4. Toss raw fries with 1-2 tablespoons of potato starch. (Available at most large markets and Asian groceries.) The potato starch changes the dynamics of frying in peanut oil as it provides a dry starch surface rather than a wet, potato starch surface. 
5. Heat peanut oil to 350 degrees and fry using tongs to separate the potato strips.
6. When well browned, remove from the oil and drain on paper towels. (If your frying temperature was correct, there should be virtually no oil on the paper towels.)
7. Toss gently in a bowl with Kosher salt and serve warm.
 

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  • 4 of 5 stars
54% (26)
17% (8)
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  • This is a man's machine   »   Most Recent Review “I absolutely love the ease of use with this device. It simply eats potatoes. However, I am a 6ft 250lb man. My wife 5'6" 120lb simply cannot use the device.”
  • Simply the best   »   Most Helpful Reviews “Having tried any number of wimpy french fry cutters, I finally bit the bullet (premium pricing) and ordered this one. It is the bomb.”
  • Very cheap blades.   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “Bought this "Restaurant Quality Cutter" to cut potatoes for making fresh cut fries. I used Golden Potatoes( Small potatoes with the yellowish skin ) After the 10th potato, 5 of…”

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