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Oven Roasted Steak Fries

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Oven Roasted Steak Fries
Oven Roasted Steak Fries

"Raise your hand if you're an exhausted parent trying to balance keeping your kids happy with keeping them healthy. :: raises hand :: We have a tough job, you guys. Seriously tough. My kids are active and awesome. We do piano, soccer, football, playdates, school - it feels like we never stop moving and because we're on the go all the time, I find that it's really easy to fall into the trap of relying on quick but unhealthy fast foods. Case in point, one of our favorite post game treats is french fries. Now, potatoes in and of themselves aren't unhealthy. They're full of vitamins and nutrients that are great for growing children. But when we grab the ones from the drive-thru that are deep fried in who-knows-what because it's just easier. Well, maybe not my best decision ever. So this week we decided to try our hand at making some really simple (but still totally delicious) steak fries at home. They came out great and everyone agreed that they were the perfect treat!"

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I agree that potatoes in and of themselves are healthy. It's the way that you cook them which makes them unhealthy. This oven recipe is great. I do make my fries in the oven but I buy those frozen. Those too, have unhealthy elements added to them. What I also like about this recipe is that they still have the skin on and there are plenty of nutrients in the skin. I'm going to do them this way for my family!

You should make these. I always make my fries in the oven. I can't say that I always have them skin side down, but it still works. I flip them over half-way through baking time. I used to fry my fries all the time. I prefer them this way. Not so greasy.


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