Crab Fries (steak fries with Old Bay)

If ya have not heard of crab fries ya obviously haven't lived life, and by lived life I mean, watched any sporting event in Philadelphia. They might get ya some wooter, if you're a little overserved, but they'll always bring ya crab fries...

 Ingredients   Potato (medium) for every individual you're serving  olive oil (2- 3 tbs per sheet pan)  Old Bay Seasoning                                                                                         Plan of attack  Preheat the oven to 390 degrees  Slice the potato into thin wedges by cutting the potato down the middle lengthwise and then using a paring knife to make very thin wedges from both sides.  Put the wedges (slim) on the sheet tray. *the thinner the slices, the crispier they'll get and the quicker they'll cook*  Toss your potatoes in olive oil, using your hands to evenly coat every slice with olive oil. Cover the potato slices liberally with Old Bay Seasoning.   Put potatoes in the oven for 9-13 minutes, checking regularly and using a spatula to make sure they cook evenly.  My Comments: This is as close as ya'll can possibly get to a guilt free fry. It is in its bones, a potato, with minimal oil, baked into crispiness. We deserve abundance and fries just make the journey worthwhile!      

Ingredients 

Potato (medium) for every individual you're serving

olive oil (2- 3 tbs per sheet pan)

Old Bay Seasoning

                                                                                       Plan of attack

Preheat the oven to 390 degrees

Slice the potato into thin wedges by cutting the potato down the middle lengthwise and then using a paring knife to make very thin wedges from both sides.

Put the wedges (slim) on the sheet tray. *the thinner the slices, the crispier they'll get and the quicker they'll cook*

Toss your potatoes in olive oil, using your hands to evenly coat every slice with olive oil. Cover the potato slices liberally with Old Bay Seasoning. 

Put potatoes in the oven for 9-13 minutes, checking regularly and using a spatula to make sure they cook evenly.

My Comments: This is as close as ya'll can possibly get to a guilt free fry. It is in its bones, a potato, with minimal oil, baked into crispiness. We deserve abundance and fries just make the journey worthwhile!