This is an old favorite… Good old Diner Food. We are attempting to make this dish as low in fat as possible. You certainly do not have to. The options will be there for you.
New starting today on Casaculinarian.com is a new categories, Super Bowl Foods.
We will have new Super Bowl Foods all week long heading to the Big Game Sunday.
This recipe can be made for around $5.00 bucks if you shop smart.
crinkle cut frozen French fries 32 oz. package
low sodium brown gravy mix dry .87 oz. or can low sodium brown gravy 14.5 oz. (you can substitute original brown gravy)
low fat skim milk mozzarella cheese 1 and 1/2 cups shredded (mozzarella option, whole milk mozzarella)
salt and pepper to taste
season salt to taste
canola oil cooking spray
On a baking pan spray wax paper with canola oil cooking spray. Then add bag of fries and spread out evenly. Coat fries with canola cooking spray. Season fries with salt, pepper, and season salt for taste. Cook at 400 degrees until they start to brown. Take out of oven. Example below.
In a small soup pot on medium heat make your gravy. Follow instructions on envelope or heat can gravy. Pour over fries evenly, example below.
Add mozzarella cheese to the top. Leave outside fries without cheese so when finished cheese stays on the wax paper. You want to remove them easily for a serving dish. Example below.
Place back in the oven at 425 degrees for 7 minutes. Turn oven on broil for 3 minutes. Keep the fries on bottom rack so wax paper does not burn. Take out of the oven and transfer to a serving dish. This will probably be the simplest and most enjoyable dish you make for the game. Enjoy, Jason.