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Reheating french fries

yumyum | Feb 20, 200701:51 PM     15

Forgive me if this has been asked and answered. I searched but didn't come up with anything about reheating fries. The other night I tried to reheat some fries I had leftover from a large lunch. These particular fries had cheese on top, but I've never had much luck reheating fries well, either topped or naked.

I usually put them in a hot oven for a short while. Microwaving makes them soggy.

(Yes, I realize I'm the cheapest person in the world ... but these were GREAT fries with sea salt and rosemary and the skins still on, plus the aforementioned cheesy goodness. I want to get them in the future but usually can't eat a full portion.)

How do you reheat fries?

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