It’s over. Done. My quest for an absolutely perfect spiralized curly fries recipe is over. I have reached the end, and the end is good. Perfectly curly. Perfectly seasoned. And perfectly crunchy. I could’ve just skipped whatever else it was I was having for dinner that night. In fact, I don’t even remember what else I had. I just remember these curly fries.
i used the smallest blade on my spiral slicer to make these spiralized curly fries. You could use the bigger one, but of course cook times will go up. I think the small blade is the perfect size.
The batter gives the fries their fantastic flavor. I plan on using the same batter on a whole lot of other fried foods. It’s a thin batter, not thick. Perfect for something like fish fillets or even non-curly fries.
I don’t think either one of us expected it. We didn’t know that we’d love this spiralized potato salad with Green Goddess dressing as much as we did. Honestly, it’s been so long since I had Green Goddess salad dressing that I only vaguely recalled what it tasted like. I also wasn’t so sure about sweet potatoes in a potato salad. It’s not something I had considered before.
Well now I’m in love with both the Green Goddess dressing and the spiralized sweet potatoes and everything else in this wonderful salad. Slightly crunchy, it has a great freshness to it. It’s also amazingly easy to make and is a different winner for picnics or family get-togethers. I like to make a cut down the sides of my potatoes before cutting them into spirals. Otherwise I end up some one really, really long pieces of potato. If you’re making this spiralized potato salad for an outing, wait until you get to your destination before adding the dressing and garnish. My spiral Churchill Downs butterbean and radish salad is awesome too. Give it a try!
A spiral slicer is a great fun toy, specially when it comes to radishes. I’ve made another radish salad, which I really love. I thought I’d try something different with the big bag of radishes I picked up at the farmer’s market last weekend and make a spiralized radish salad. Oregano is really what makes this salad fantastic. I used dry, but if you have fresh, substitute 2 teaspoons of chopped fresh oregano for the dried.
This salad holds up well in the fridge so you can easily make it the night before you need to serve it. Just toss it a bit before serving so that the dressing covers the radishes.
I thought I’d try something different with the big bag of radishes I picked up at the farmer’s market last weekend and make a spiralized radish salad. Oregano is really what makes this salad fantastic.