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Weston Restaurant Quality French Fry Cutter (36-3501-W), Cast Iron, Includes Suction Cup Feet
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- Heavy-duty cast iron construction
- Make restaurant-style French fries in your own kitchen
- Experiment with peeled or unpeeled, fried or baked, seasoned or unseasoned
- Try different vegetables, like eggplant, carrots, and sweet potatoes
- Easily cuts vegetables up to 6 inch long into 3/8 inch French fries
- Stainless steel blades are hardened for durability
- Includes Suction Cup feet for stability
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Make restaurant style french fries in your own kitchen. Just put potatoes in the press, push down the handle and you have perfectly cut fries ready to be cooked. Peeled or unpeeled, fried or baked, seasoned or unseasoned... the rest is up to you.
Having fresh cut fries at home doesn’t have to be time consuming. With the Weston French Fry Cutter you can quickly cut pounds of potatoes. It includes four suction cup feet to keep it from sliding or it can be permanently mounted to the wall or countertop. All components are made with stainless steel and the main body is constructed of heavy-duty cast iron, making easy work of cutting through most root vegetables.
Want more ideas? Try carrots. Or if you really want to add variety to the dinner table, soften other root vegetables such as sweet potatoes or butternut squash in the microwave for two minutes and then press through. Fries can be baked or fried, then enjoyed. From farm to table or field to table, Weston helps you create an honest meal with pure ingredients.
- Quickly cuts potatoes
- Stainless steel blades easily cut potatoes up to 6” long into ⅜” french fries
- Includes suction cup feet for countertop use
- Permanent wall mount or counter mount option
- Long arm for leverage and easy, quick cutting
Choosing Your Potato
French fries are a popular side dish; quick to prepare and low in cost. Not all potatoes make good french fries. For good fries, potatoes need a high solids content to ensure a distinct, mealy texture and hearty flavor. A more dense potato will absorb less oil, producing crispier fries. Most russet potatoes will produce good fries; other good options are purple potatoes and Bintje potatoes.
Prep Your Potato:
Great french fries can be made by keeping the skin on to enhance the appearance and flavor. French fries made from peeled potatoes should be chilled after cutting in cold water for 10 to 30 minutes before frying. This will ensure maximum crispiness and eliminate the chance of the fries sticking together.
Suction Cup Mounting:
The Weston French Fry Cutter comes with suction cup feet for easy use on your countertop or table. The suction is easily created by pressing them firmly down on a smooth, horizontal work surface. To create more suction, a damp cloth can be swiped across the suction cups prior to adhering.
You’ll be amazed at how easy this is. Simply place the potato in the press and push down on the handle. In one smooth motion, you will have a whole potato’s worth of uniform fries.
Make Fries From Your Garden Harvest
Potatoes aren't essential to making homemade French fries. Carrot Fries are a refreshing take on the beloved classic. With just the right amount of natural sweetness, fried carrots conjure a flavor that's close to sweet potato fries, yet unique. Fry them in coconut oil and serve them with your favorite dipping sauce, like Greek yogurt.
About Weston Brands
The mission of Weston is to fuel a movement of food traditionalists with enduring, well-built products needed for a self-sustaining approach to food. Weston develops, markets, and distributes appliances and accessories under the proprietary Weston brand and private label brands. Products are designed for hunters, gardeners and food enthusiasts who have a passion for farm-to-table and field-to-table foods.
Cuts up to 50 lbs. of potatoes into restaurant style french fries in an hour!
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Additional cutter plates with pusher plates(3/8 in.,1/2 in.) are available through Weston. These along with six and eight section wedge cutter/pusher plates are also available through Tiger Chef.
Remember that 1/2 in. cuts easier than 3/8 in., and 3/8 in. cuts easier than 1/4 in., especially with sweet potatoes. I've heard that steaming, parboiling, microwaving these, than chilling before cutting, helps. I haven't tried these methods, yet, but you might want to check it out.
I highly recommend this product!
The suction cup feet adhere nicely to my counter top but it does slide around a bit with the force I use to move the handle to cut the potato. I have only used it once but so far, I love it!
I used something very similar at the pizza place I used to work at to "dice" onions and green peppers. Obviously this also works for potatoes.
A note about people having issues chopping- the side screws to into the side rods. If you push the handle in, it can jiggle the front end of the frame forward (you'll be able to tell because the clear rubber washers will be a distance from the frame) so you need to make sure the front frame is flush with the rods and make sure the screws are tight.
The only downside to this is that the handle catches a bit when it's all the way back, if the screws aren't tight enough- but it's a really minor thing. Overall, I found it was built fairly solidly where it needs to be, and it's great for the price.
Also, someone said this thing is huge. I was expecting it to be bigger and I was a *little* disappointing. It works for about a decent fist sized potatoes, and I was able to push an onion through for dicing.
it's a nice little machine for what it's built for and using a large chopstick to clean it works fairly well. Have a stubby screwdriver around to take off the push plate and use a chopstick or a knife to clear out anything on that.
Also, mine came with suction cups.
The result is fabulous -- great uniform 3/8" "fries" which I coat with olive oil, smoked paprika, cumin, salt & pepper & then bake at 425 of 450 for about 40 minutes. Baking twice makes them even better. For my family, we like the baked fries as much as good restaurant fries (including the deep-fried ones).
It's a big piece of gear, so make sure you have some storage space if you're buying this for home use. If I had some place to mount it, it would probably work best mounted so you could cut the fries with a downward motion. And be careful -- the first time I used it I slammed it closed on my hand -- OWIE! But -- overall, I'm really happy I bought it.