The first thing that grans you about these fries out of the bag is the vibrant yellow coloring. It’s safe to say these are not just potato; indeed scroll down for the full list of ingredients. I’d imagine some of those additives are to produce the promised super crispy finish.
As you can see from the pictures below, the product really does live up to it’s name. These are some I cooked up in the air fryer:
Taste wise these are a fairly run of the mill fry. If anything I found them a little too dry, but that’s a minor point, the focus here is clearly on that crisp finish.
I paid $3.50 for this 28oz packet (non resealable once open). This is a little higher than the Ore-Ida brand crinkle cut fries ($2.96 for 32oz) that our current favorite.
Lamb Weston Super Crispy Crinkle Cut Fries
Are Lamb Weston Super Crispy Crinkle Cut Fries any good?
Our verdict? A decent enough product, a 3/5 for living happily to their promise of a crisp crinkle cut fry.
Hi I’m Stuart, professional food writer and long time eater. You can find my writing at places like Gastronomic SLC, Visit Salt Lake, The Salt Lake Tribune, Utah Stories, Utah Now Online and many others.
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