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Kicked Up Oven Baked Steak Fries

Kicked Up Oven Baked Steak Fries | AggiesKitchen.com

Over Spring Break my sister in law, my niece and I spent a morning out on Park Avenue in Winter Park. If you are from Central Florida then you probably are familiar with this part of town. It’s a perfectly quaint and cozy brick lined street full of shops and restaurants, perfect for walking – especially on a gorgeous Spring day in Florida. You seriously can’t beat it.

I’m not much of a “shopper” (I like to get in and out of stores, no lingering for me), but something about Park Avenue always draws me in. The stores are different, there is something for everyone – it’s a very relaxing way of shopping in my opinion, I think the scenery and walking in the open air have a lot to do with it. On this particular day of shopping spices and jewelry were on the agenda.

I treated myself to my first Alex and Ani bracelet ensemble…perfect for spring and summer don’t ya think?

Alex and Ani Anchor

and a spontaneous stop at one of my favorite places to eat happened too.

Bosphorous Collage(Lunch at Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine: we ordered their famous Lavas bread, hummus plate and 2 lunch specials to share – Doner Kebap and Chicken Adana Kebap – so delicious and SO MUCH FOOD!)

Kicked Up Oven Baked Steak Fries | AggiesKitchen.com

On that shopping trip I came home with a new spice blend that combined cayenne & ground black pepper. I’ve been sprinkling it on so much stuff (eggs, tuna, salads) and it was even more awesome on these potatoes. I made them a second time making them without the spice “blend” but with actual measurements of cayenne and black pepper just so I can share it with you.

Kicked Up Oven Baked Steak Fries | AggiesKitchen.comFor anyone who likes their food with a little kick, then these oven baked steak fries are for you. I wouldn’t say they are overly spicy, but they definitely have some “hot” flavor from the cayenne. Of course you can adjust the heat to your liking by using a tad bit less or more seasoning. They are so good dipped in ketchup and perfect healthy side dish to go along with your favorite burger!

Happy Monday…and have a great week!Kicked Up Oven Baked Steak Fries | AggiesKitchen.com

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Kicked Up Oven Baked Steak Fries

Ingredients:

  • 3 medium Russet potatoes, washed and skins on
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable or canola oil
  • non stick spray

Directions:

  1. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Cut your potatoes into "planks" by cutting down the middle in half, then into evenly sized slices. Place potatoes into a large bowl.
  3. In a small bowl add cayenne, black pepper and oil. Pour over potatoes and toss well to coat evenly.
  4. Spray a large non stick baking sheet with non stick spray and add potatoes to baking sheet. Place in a 425 degree oven for 25 minutes or until golden brown. Do not flip potatoes during cooking time. After 25 minutes, flip potatoes and cook 5 more minutes, if desired.

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18 comments on “Kicked Up Oven Baked Steak Fries”

  1. I’m totally a quick shopper too. I don’t know how people can go to the mall for hours upon hours ;). The fries looks so incredible

  2. Love anything with a kick so these look really good! I have always said I am not really a “shopper” but more of a “buyer” lol

  3. I am seriously drooling!! I’ve been craving oven fries lately!! Also my dear friend gave me those same Alex and Ani bracelets when I had both Asher and Jacob! I love them – they were totally new to me! <3

  4. Love the kick from the cayenne pepper!

  5. My favorite way to make fries, so delicious!

  6. Love the bracelet – super cute! I always oven bake my fries and I’m thinking next time I’ll be adding pepper and cayenne 🙂

  7. I love kick for sure, and anything potato makes me a happy, happy camper for sure!

  8. A great day! Loved Winter Park and loved spending it with you. A fabulous lunch and shopping day! Want more Alex and Ani bracelets and Penzeys spices. Until next time….

  9. These look so delicious. I so love walking around Winter Park. It is fun to window shop at all the cute stores. I need to try bosphorus – never been there

  10. Those bracelets. These fries I want them all : )

  11. I love a kick! These look soooooooo good, Aggie!

  12. Ummm these sound divine. I love strolling around Park Ave… agree laid back way to shop!

  13. Love these steak fries Aggie… potatoes are one of my weaknesses! Annnnd your bracelet! I received an Alex & Ani bracelet for the holidays and it rarely leaves my wrist. <3

  14. I LOVE steak fries. Seriously so good. These look absolutely amazing!!