While they won’t be as tasty as if you’d deep fried them, it’s not hard to cook frozen fries in a frying pan.
Get the pan nice and hot, and add enough oil/butter/margarine to generously coat the bottom of the pan.
Add your fries. Don’t crowd them, just a single layer in the bottom of the pan, if you’d like them to have any ‘crunch’ as a finished product.
Keep the heat medium-high, you should be able to hear the fries cooking. Flip the fries every couple minutes until they’re browned on each side.
If you’d like to experiment, add some spices. Garlic powder and onion salt, chili flakes, oregano. Anything could turn out tasty, and you won’t know until you try.
The end result will not be restaurant quality french fries, but it’ll crisp and tasty with any luck!
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