12 Creative Spins That Give Fries A Delicious Upgrade
Jul 25, 2019 02:30 AM EDT | By Staff Reporter
Most people love an order of fries, but how they enjoy those fries does indeed vary. Whether skinny or thick, spicy or curly or covered in truffle salt or a mix of herbs, it's a sure hit at any dinner table. Even the most classic of fun favorites though can be improved upon and some spots around the country are doing exciting things with their fries!
At celebrity chef Guy Fieri's Chicken Guy! in Orlando, these loaded fries are smothered in super melted cheese, bacon, green onions, and chopped pieces of hand-pounded crispy chicken that is brined in fresh lemon juice, pickle brine, buttermilk, and infused with fresh herbs for tenders that deliver on flavor and texture atop a pile of crave-worthy hot French fries.
Guests can also dip their fries in over 22 different sauces for an endless combination of delicious options. Regarding the Loaded Fries, chef Guy Fieri says "It's all about the real deal, all-natural chicken but lemme tell you, our sauce game is on point."
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