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"OMG the curry dip is awesome. My husband and I go to Melting Pot Fondue restaurant a few times a year and they have a curry dip to die for, we always joke that if I ever learned how to make it I would eat it on everything. THIS TASTES JUST LIKE IT!!! I will use just a tad less salt and chili powder next time but it is almost right on!! It HAS to sit overnight to get the best flavor. Thanks for a great recipe!!"- VHayward
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In a small bowl, stir together the mayonnaise and yogurt. Stir in spices and salt. Cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour or overnight. Makes 1 cup. Immediately before serving, scrub potatoes and cut lengthwise into quarter to half inch slices. Cut slices into french fry shapes. Place on baking sheets and drizzle with oil, tossing to coat. Spread in a single layer and season lightly with salt. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes or until cooked through. Serve with curry dip. File ftp://ftp.idiscover.co.uk/pub/food/mealmaster/recipes/mmdja006.zip
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Hansmarcuson 7 months agoFries were good but needed much more time to cook.
ZeroTheHero 1 year agoLOVED these! Made an appetizer tray and these were on it with some other fried things. Fantastic!
Krosebrown 1 year agoGreat dip with the fries! i baked fries for 30 min. Hubby, myself & kids (10&14) loved it!
Medickep 2 years agoThe sauce was delicious and most people I served it to added it to their burger. It was great! The fries take way more time than 25 minutes to get them crispy like most like. Plan on 45-1 hour.
katiedoo 2 years agoThe fries were burnt and floppy. The sauce was super yummy. I used Greek yogurt so it was too rich and thick but still super yummy!
jimenaandaustin 2 years agoDip was alright. It was nice to try this out but would never make this again.
KtlovesBob 2 years agoYummy. I substituted Geek yogurt and that made it too rich. The potatoes needed 30 minutes in my oven. Still tasty!
jethro10 3 years agoThe fries were a little floppy but tasted great, as did the dip
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pray 3 years agoMy family really loves this. I plan on using this curry mayonnaise with roasted cauliflower also.
alengrams 3 years agoYummy
garageballs 3 years agoMine are still cookin, but they smell awesome. I accidently peeled the skin, didn't realize till after. It doesn't look like the picture right now.. I think I added too much oil. I am giving 5 stars because I made mistakes but I'm sure it's bomb of you make them right lol.
VHayward 3 years agoOMG the curry dip is awesome. My husband and I go to Melting Pot Fondue restaurant a few times a year and they have a curry dip to die for, we always joke that if I ever learned how to make it I would eat it on everything. THIS TASTES JUST LIKE IT!!! I will use just a tad less salt and chili powder next time but it is almost right on!! It HAS to sit overnight to get the best flavor. Thanks for a great recipe!!
gunsmithd 4 years agoI've made these before, but I didn't use the curry dip. I added Chilli powder and paprika to the fries just after I covered them in oil. I also Blanched the fries in Ice water for 15 minutes to get them crispier at the end.
hanan@home 7 years agoMy 10 year old ate these up. I served these with grilled cheeseburgers. Next time I'll try them as an afterschool snack.
cajuntoast 8 years agoThese were really quick, easy and totally delicious. I think these are best cut small, about 1/4 inch wide, so the flavor is not overwhelming. For an elegant appetizer serve in a martini glass with a shot glass of dip in the center.