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STEAK & SHRIMP LOADED FREESTYLE FRIES

INGREDIENTS NEEDED:

— Russet potatoes (MEDIUM SIZE) (I used 6 which was able to feed 5 people)
— Medium size shrimp (I didn’t use the whole bag, but that is totally up to you)
— Ny strip steak
— Seasons (Salt, garlic powder, black pepper, onion powder, obey season, and smoked paprika)
— Honey (used only on shrimp)

SAUCE INGREDIENTS:

— 1 lemon
— Mild sauce
— Garlic Parmesan sauce
— Ranch

STEAK & SHRIMP LOADED FREESTYLE FRIES

RECIPE INSTRUCTIONS:

Preheat the oven to 350 degree.

Begin by washing your potatoes and slicing them into medium-sized circles. SLICE THEM, BUT NOT TOO THIN. Cut your potatoes into medium french fry sticks once you’ve finished slicing them. (If it’s too thin, it’ll probably break.) After you’ve finished slicing, fill a medium or large basin halfway with ice and cold water and start blanching for 30 minutes. (Blanching potatoes removes the skin, keeps them fresh and colorful, preserves color, decreases germs, and allows them to be frozen.) This ensures that the potatoes do not brown after being chopped.)

Before you begin, make sure your shrimp have been cleaned and skinned. For this, you’ll need a small pan, preferably glass. I used honey, obedience seasoning, garlic powder, salt, and pepper as seasonings. You have complete control over the seasoning. Guys, I didn’t do any specific measuring… just don’t overdo it on the salt. If you want to add more flavor, grab more butter. Place everything in the oven for 35 minutes once everything is evenly coated.

Get a pot to hold the oil you’ll be using to fry the potatoes in. Also, make sure you have enough oil. For this stage, heat the oil on low heat. After that, drain the potatoes until they’re halfway dry, then pour the fries onto a kitchen towel and begin to pat them dry before we begin oil blanching the fries for 10 minutes. Once your fries are totally dry, check to see if your oil is hot, and if it is, begin the oil blanching procedure. (DO NOT POUR ALL OF THE FRIES IN AT ONCE.) Find some pans to place fries in while your fries are blanching. Place all of your fries in the freezer for 30 minutes after oil blanching. You may make them crispy by sprinkling cornstarch on them.

STEAK & SHRIMP LOADED FREESTYLE FRIES

LET’S SEASON OUR STEAK!

Before cooking, make sure your steak is clean and dry, and that it is at room temperature. This normally takes 30 to 40 minutes, so you may want to remove your steak as you prepare your shrimps. Start by rubbing some olive oil on the steak and patting seasonings on it. Only salt, black pepper, and garlic were used. Next, melt the butter and olive oil in a cast iron skillet. Cook for 5 minutes on each side before putting it in the oven to finish cooking the insides. Because everyone’s steak tastes different, you get to choose how long to cook it. Mine took 30 minutes to cook.

Make your sauce while the steak cooks in the oven for 30 minutes. I didn’t make it from scratch because I wanted to use up some sauces I bought a while ago, but I did spice it up a little. I squeezed a fresh lemon into a bowl and mixed with mild sauce and garlic Parmesan sauce. Set aside the sauce and fry the fries for 12-15 minutes, or until golden brown. Place the fries on a paper towel and season them with your favorite seasonings. I used smoked paprika, salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and garlic powder.

Prepare your preferred cheeses. I used sharp cheddar and Parmesan cheese. Start by placing a few fries on your plate, then covering them with cheese, followed by more fries, more cheese, and your toppings (shrimp and steak). Allow for 5 minutes of broiling time, and you’re done.

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