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Alexia Fry Challenge – Kickin’ Barbecue Style French Fries

Alexia Barbecue French FriesFor the past few weeks you’ve watched as I’ve sacrificed my hips to try out different fry recipes. This research was all part of the Alexia “Reinvent a Classic” Fry Challenge. After much thought, calories, and consideration, I finally settled on a fry / spice combination that totally fits where I’m from… the BBQ heartland, Kansas City.

The inspiration for these fries comes from our favorite barbecue restaurant, Oklahoma Joe’s. They have the most amazing fries which are tossed with their rib rub. My husband makes some pretty awesome ribs with his own special rub, so I decided to take some elements of his rib rub to create a seasoning mix for some fries.

The end result are some julienne cut fries made with Idaho russet potatoes. A zesty kick, a hint of sweet and full of flavor, these fries are so addicting. I hope you enjoy them!

Keep an eye on Alexia Foods for updates on all the submissions for the Reinvent a Classic Fry Challenge.

Recipe: Kickin’ Barbecue Style French Fries

  • 2 pounds fries,  Julienne style made from Idaho Russet Potatoes
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1 teaspoon brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon white pepper
  • 1 ½ teaspoon chili powder
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • ½ teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  1. Whisk together all seasonings in a small bowl.
  2. Place cut potatoes in a large Ziploc bag. Drizzle with olive oil.
  3. Pour seasoning mixture over top and seal tightly. Shake until seasoning mixture is distributed evenly throughout and fries are covered.
  4. Bake in a preheated 425 degree oven for 20 minutes or until crispy.
This is a sponsored post for Alexia Foods. I was compensated for my time and ingredients. All opinions are my own.
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Comments

  1. Oh yum! I am from KC too and love Oklahoma Joe’s!!

  2. oooo send me over some
    that spice blend sounds crazy good

  3. God save me! Looks great Kristen

  4. Boy do those look good!

  5. Can I have fries for breakfast!

  6. It’s almost three in the morning and now I’m hungry! Yum!

  7. Hello awesome fries. Yum. I can’t wait to make these!

  8. These sound fantastic……..and that blue background really makes your fries pop in that picture K! I love it!

  9. Your rubs are getting a reputation, my dear. These look just incredible.

  10. These fries look fantastic, Kristen! I love BBQ anything – can’t wait to give these a try.

  11. LOL…great minds do think alike :) I can’t wait to try your version, they look amazing!

  12. Kristin, these sound wonderful & I love that you added a touch of sweetness :)

  13. Ohh, these look so good. I can imagine them being dipped in mayo.

  14. You had me hooked at Oklahoma Joe’s…love their fries. These look so good, I will definitely be giving these a try! Thanks for sharing!

  15. I think fries for breakfast would be an awesome idea right now!

  16. These french fry post are KILLING me…they all look so good!!

    These sound PERFECT. I eat those BBQ Fry chips (the Andy Capp kind) and they’re soo good. And I know these are way way better.

  17. i would eat these breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and in my sleep – who cares about hips . . . you’re talkin’ love language here . . . potatoes!!!

  18. DEAR goodness, I just got weak. I love OK Joe’s fries, and these look dang close.

    Making. now. yes. for. breakfast.

  19. the fries look fantastic! Great photos!

  20. Are you kidding me!? These are like BBQ chips in french fry form. BBQ chips happen to be high on my junk food radar, so now there is a lovely healthier alternative. nice work.

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