Spicy Cheesy Fries, Three Ways

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A couple of weeks ago, I found a re­cipe for Sal­sa Cheesy Fries over at Lazy Chef Re­cipes. Since then, I’ve cooked that dish sev­eral times, after making a coup­le of changes to both ingred­ients and inst­ruc­tions. I also came up with a few new top­pings. The main recipe plus the two varia­tions below are the end re­sult.


1  1/2  pounds matchstick fries

1 cup medium strength salsa

1  cup shredded cheese

salt, to taste

non-stick spray or oil


Do not preheat oven. Using non-stick spray or oil, prepare a baking pan.

Place the match­stick fries into the baking pan.  Sprinkle with salt.

Top with sal­sa and then cheese.

Bake for 20 minutes, stir fries well to dist­ri­bute sal­sa and cheese, and then bake for an­other 10-15 minutes.

Add additional salt if needed.

Note: When writ­ing this rec­ipe, I in­clud­ed the quant­ity of cheese and sal­sa that I en­joy. After making this dish the first time, feel free to experi­ment till you find the fry to cheese to salsa pro­por­tions that suit your own taste.

Variation 1: Substitute 2/3 of a cup of medium taco sauce for the salsa. If using hot taco sauce, add only 1/2 cup.

Variation 2: Substitute spicy tomato sauce/pasta sauce for the salsa.

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