Homemade Organic Loaded Fries


A quick and easy lunch time snack that will please everyone!

Homemade Organic Loaded Fries

 

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Homemade Organic Loaded Fries
Sunday brunch this weekend was a quick creation with what I could find in the freezer and the cupboard, firstly because how many times can you hear "I'm hungry" and secondly because well just like everyone else, we're trying to save money. I found a frozen pack of Cherry Tree Organic chicken sausages, 1kg of potatoes, and a fruit bowl containing 7 avocados that we all know could have turned by the morning. I put my thinking cap on and came up with loaded fries. I've never cooked them before, but I knew the air fryer grandma brought me for my 40th Birthday was going to be my choice for a hassle free, one dish meal. Fresh coriander and biodynamic cheese seemed like the perfect accompaniments, but the absence of tomatoes posed an obstacle. Luckily, a jar of Kehoe’s beetroot and ginger sauerkraut provided the needed redness and added flavour. I was quite proud of this little creation, there wasn't a crumb left and the girls asked me I could make it for their school lunch one day this week. Quick, easy, low cost and organic! What a great combination of factors!
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Cuisine Baked Dish, Chicken
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Cuisine Baked Dish, Chicken
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Homemade Organic Loaded Fries
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Instructions
  1. Peel and slice the potatoes into chips or wedges. Place them in a bowl and coat with olive oil, salt & pepper. Place in a pre-heated airfryer for 35 minutes at 200°
  2. Slice sausages into 1 cm pieces. After the potatoes have been cooking for 15 minutes, place sausages on the top shelf of the air fryer so all the juices drip down onto the potatoes as they cook.
  3. Once the paotatoe and sausages are cooked, layer the potatoes on a tray (I used the air-fryer drip tray) and scatter the slices of sausages on top. Cover with grate cheese and place iint he air-fryer for approx. 5 minutes our until the cheese has melted.
  4. Carefully remove the tray from the air-fryer and top with avocado, sauerkraut, coriander, salt and pepper. (A little extra drizzle of olive oil won't hurt!!)
  5. Enjoy!

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