Frozen Food

About Frozen Food

French fries (North American English), chips (British English and other national varieties), finger chips (Indian English), french-fried potatoes, or simply fries, are batonnet or allumette-cut deep-fried potatoes of disputed origin from Belgium or France. They are prepared by cutting potatoes into even strips, drying them, and frying them, usually in a deep fryer. Pre-cut, blanched, and frozen russet potatoes are widely used, and sometimes baked in a regular or convection oven; air fryers are small convection ovens marketed for frying potatoes..

The potatoes are prepared by first cutting them (peeled or unpeeled) into even strips, which are then wiped off or soaked in cold water to remove the surface starch, and thoroughly dried. They may then be fried in one or two stages.

Frozen French Fries Health Benefits

The vitamin C in potatoes may be beneficial in the body. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin necessary for a healthy immune system

May Improve Early Brain Development

The vitamin B6 supplied by potatoes is important for proper brain development during pregnancy and infancy

Low-Cost Source of Nutrients

Some researchers have supported the inclusion of white potatoes in the diet, despite the fact that this starchy vegetable is often maligned for its lack of nutritional value when compared with other vegetables.