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French fried potatoes

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(Cookery) a more formal name for chips. Also called (esp US and Canadian): French fries See chip4
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French fried potatoes

French fries (esp Am) nplpatate fpl fritte
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One source claims that food that has been chopped into long, narrow strips has been frenched, and so the verb to French used in this way is the origin of the French in french fried potatoes.
McCain is the world's largest manufacturer of frozen French fried potatoes and a major producer of other quality frozen foods, selling its products in more than 110 countries.
French fried potatoes aren't the only potato form to get a crisp coating.
ONIONS: If you're a fan of those crunchy french fried onions (the kind you use to top the perennial green bean and other casseroles) you might like to give the newest flavor addition - cheese - a try.
Reckitt Benckiser is out to change that for one seasonal mainstay--French's French Fried Onions.
The French fried potato has become an inescapable horror in almost every public eating place in the country.
The most commonly consumed fruits and vegetables are iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, French fried potatoes, bananas, and orange juice--not a wide variety supplying diverse nutrients.
And it wouldn't hurt to make a few substitutions, especially for all those frozen potatoes, which are likely to end up french fried in partially hydrogenated, trans-fat-laden shortening.
While some say that the french fried potato originated in France, McCain Foods can rightfully claim that it pioneered and nurtured the market there for frozen french fries and potato specialities.
If you like to use those french fried onions in a can in your cooking, French's is offering a collection of 12 recipes in a brochure, Recipe News You Can Use.