Loaded Garlic French Fries

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Oven Baked Loaded Garlic Fries tossed in slightly warmed chopped garlic, olive oil and kosher salt, just like you enjoy at the ball game!

garlic fries in basket

Easy, stadium-worthy Garlic Fries

Loaded Garlic French Fries are one of the main reasons I love going to ball games (Go Dodgers!) and outside of the amazing Dodger dogs and giant bags of salted peanuts, it isn’t a baseball game if your breath isn’t all garlicky!

I make fries two ways in our house. The first way is the easier one and the method I used on these garlic fries. Packaged frozen french fries!

Wait! No! Don’t click away! Haha, I am kidding, but yes, it is pretty unlike me to use frozen french fries. The thing about french fries though, is that while they may seem so easy to make (potatoes, oil…done right?) they are actually a long process to do correctly, like with my In-N-Out Animal Style Fries. There is the peeling, cutting, soaking, drying, first fry, rest, second fry.

When I am running low on time or want a quick fix, I grab a bag of frozen fries (I love Alexia and Cascadian Organic), bake them and toss most (kids get unseasoned) of them with a seasoned topping.  The garlic and olive oil are my favorite hack because it makes instant garlic fries!

loaded fries flavoring/topping ideas:

  • Cheddar powder and powdered milk with a bit of salt for Cheddar and Sour Cream Fries!
  • Blue Cheese Powder (this is my new addiction since I discovered it at the Fancy Food Show in January) and chopped bacon.
  • Taco Seasoning packet with a dipping sauce of sour cream and a bit of hot sauce mixed in.
  • Creole Fries the Bold Creole seasoning from Tony Chachere’s (another Fancy Food Show find I’ve loved!)
  • Ground or fresh (super finely minced) ginger, a touch of sesame oil mixed with canola oil, minced garlic and salt dipped in teriyaki sauce

So grab some fries, toss them with this garlic/olive oil for easy, but delicious garlic fries. But make sure you are surrounded by those who will love you no matter how strong your garlic breath is!

loaded fries with garlic in serving basket

Recipe

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Loaded Garlic French Fries

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  • Yield: 6
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Course: Side Dish
  • Cuisine: American
Oven Baked Loaded Garlic French Fries tossed in slightly warmed chopped garlic, olive oil and kosher salt, just like you enjoy at the ball game!

Ingredients

  • 1 bag frozen french fries
  • 6 cloves of garlic , very finely minced
  • 1 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • chopped parsley for garnish

Instructions

Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking.

  1. Cook the fries according to the directions on the bag.
  2. When the fries come out of the oven, put them in a large bowl.
  3. A minute or so before serving the fries, put the garlic in a small fry pan with the oil.
  4. Heat on medium and cook for 15-30 seconds, not long enough to brown the garlic, just long enough to take mute the raw garlic flavor.
  5. Toss the fries with the garlic oil mixture and salt.
  6. Serve hot and garnish with parsley if desired.

Nutrition Information

Yield: 6 , Amount per serving: calories

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Oven Baked Loaded Garlic French Fries tossed in slightly warmed chopped garlic, olive oil and kosher salt, just like you enjoy at the ball game!

Oven Baked Loaded Garlic French Fries tossed in slightly warmed chopped garlic, olive oil and kosher salt, just like you enjoy at the ball game!
Oven Baked Loaded Garlic French Fries tossed in slightly warmed chopped garlic, olive oil and kosher salt, just like you enjoy at the ball game!
Oven Baked Loaded Garlic French Fries tossed in slightly warmed chopped garlic, olive oil and kosher salt, just like you enjoy at the ball game!

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  1. oh my goodness, now these look delicious. I love french fries and anything with garlic. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. Sounds great

    1. Tedious for sure! But I hate soggy fries, so I do it when I make them at home. This is why I love ordering fries when we go out, I don’t have to do all the work!

  2. These are amazing! I swapped out dried cilantro for parsley, and added just a bit of Kraft grated parm. I am not sharing these!

    Rating: 5
  3. I’m making these tonight. Had these yesterday in Florence, Oregon and I paid $7 for an order. They are delicious! Thank you for showing me how to make them.

    Rating: 5