JAPAN FOOT LONG FRIES
Though the foot-long fry trend has yet to blow up in the U.S, I am guessing it’s only a matter of time. That means, you should start assessing exactly how you feel about the creation.
Where do you supposed extra long French fries will fall among the many different classifications of fries for you?
You’re probably wondering where on earth I find finds such massive potatoes to make these crispy creations, other than in Japan or Australia.
The answer is nowhere, they don’t exist. Instead, potatoes are mashed into a sort of batter-like consistency.
Then, the potato mixture is gathered into balls, and they’re placed, one by one, into a special machine that presses out long sticks of potato directly into a deep fryer. It kind of looks like pasta in the making.
Once you get your basket of fresh #longfries, you can top them with one of two Japanese dipping sauces (let’s be honest, eating a dry French fry is pretty much pointless): a creamy shiitake mushroom sauce or a more traditional Japanese mayonnaise… though no one’s judging if you want to stick with regular ketchup or vinegar 😂🍿}