How to make Steak Fries

6 Comments December 02

The perfect compliment to any hamburger or hot dog is steak fries. Typically these are only found in restaurants because most people don’t know how to make them. That is no longer the case. Below you will find the recipe for the worlds best steak fries.

Recipe for Steak Fries

Homemade Steak FriesThis recipe for homemade steak fries serves 4 people

  • 4 Large Potatoes
    (Yukon Gold are Ideal)
  • 2 TSP Salt
  • 1 TBSP Pepper
  • 1/4 Cup Olive Oil
  • 1 Large Gallon Zip-Lock Bag
  • 1 Cookie Sheet


  1. Preheat Oven to 450° F
  2. Cut the Fries into long wedges the length of the potato, try to keep all the fries the same dimensions (1/2inch thick)
  3. Place the potatoes and all other ingredients in Zip-Lock bag. Seal the bag and shake, coating all fries evenly.
  4. Individually remove the fries from the bag and place them on the cookie sheet. If the individual fry has a skin side place the skin side down. Note: Do not dump the contents on the tray, this puts too much oil on the tray and you will have a smoky mess when they start to cook.
  5. Place the Cookie sheet with fries on it in the over on the middle rack.
  6. How long to cook them is the hard part. This varies greatly on the size of the wedges and your individual oven. Typically it takes around 30 minutes for the fries to cook. However, you will know they are done when the outside turns a golden brown. The smallest ones are likely to burn a little on the edges before the largest ones are cooked through. Be sure to flip the fries after 10-15 minutes of cooking.
  7. Serve with your choice of condiments

Recipe Variations for Steak Fries

  • Add 2 TSP of Cayenne Pepper to give them a little zest
  • Create a dipping sauce from 1/4 Mayonnaise and 1/4 Ketchup

Steak Fries go perfect with our Homemade Hamburgers, cook them together for a real treat!

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6 Comments so far

  1. John says:

    Perfect man fries.

  2. Chris says:


    Cayenne pepper tastes like dirt to me, I use chili powder or crushed red peppers.

    I use no added salt at all, between the olive oil and ketchup there is enough flavor to not need it.

    I have found that it’s better to brush the olive oil on rather than toss it in a bag. For whatever reason I get a better coating that way and you really need a good oil coating so they have enough time to cook without burning. Plus you waste less oil (olive oil is expensive!).

  3. Chris says:

    I forgot to mention that soaking your cut potatoes in water for 10 or 15 minutes prior to preparing them (then pat dry with a towel), will help give them a fluffier texture.


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