Prepare time: 10 min
Cook: 35 min
Ready in: 45 min

What makes fires so good? Because it is fried. However, for some people, fried food may not be a healthy option. Is there any way to get healthier fries? Yes, there is! Oven fires are the answer, and it is so easy to make.

How to Make Easy Oven Fries

This is a super easy recipe of fries that you will never get enough with. It is good and it is healthy at the same time since it uses less oil than the deep-fried fries, much less. Want to eat it? Let’s prepare the four ingredients bellow and start the cooking process.

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons of canola oil (or any type of oil you have)
  • 3 large baking potatoes
  • Cooking spray (optional)
  • Salt

Directions:

1Preheat your oven to 450 degrees F before you start preparing the ingredients so the oven will get the right heat when you are ready to “oven” the potatoes.

2Cut the potatoes into ¼ inch-thick matchsticks like shape. You can peel it first or not; it is up to you. However, make sure that you wash them up so you will not eat the dirt.

3Toss the potatoes into a large bowl and mix them up with the salt and the oil. Make sure it is mixed well. Set aside for a while.

4Spray the cooking spray all over the baking pan, or if you don’t have it, you can use the oil to coat the baking pan. Just use a brush so the oil will cover all area of the baking pan. Then, spread potatoes in and make sure that you make a single layer so every potato will get the same heat.

5Bake it until you get the golden colour and the fries seem crispy. It needs about 35 minutes. If it is done, transfer it onto a plate and season with salt if you want to.

Super easy oven fries are ready! It is as delicious as the fried fries, but it is healthier since you only need two tablespoons of oil. Compare it with the deep-fried fries which use much oil. So, if you need a healthy choice of fries, this recipe will definitely help you out. Don’t forget to get ketchup, chilli sauce, mayo, or any condiments you want to enjoy this perfect, healthier version of fries.