http://www.examiner.com recipe by cooking examiner kristin king. "this homemade seasoning blend combines salty, sweet, smoky and spicy flavors - no ketchup necessary. whether one is making homemade french fries or using frozen, this seasoning blend can be sprinkled on at the end or cooked onto the fry. either way, this recipe makes enough to have on hand whenever your in the mood for fries. this seasoning blend combines a myriad of spices that all shine through when you bite into the fry. the secret ingredient in this recipe is a touch of sugar. sugar brings out the salty sweet aspect that many people love so much. the other secret ingredient to this recipe is penzey’s old world seasoning blend. similar to a seasoning salt, penzey’s seasoning blend has celery salt which adds a nice subtle flavor. penzey’s spices can be ordered online or one can visit their store in richmond, virginia. if penzey’s is out of the question, use a good quality seasoning salt with a small pinch of celery salt."
this is my fall back dessert. my mum brought the recipe back from canada when she and dad lived there before i was born. i don't make this very often as it is quite rich, but, oh so yummy. i also usually make 2 as it freezes so well without the topping
one of my old standby real comfort food recipes. very easy to make, and the combination of the flavors of the caramelized onions and beer give it a very subtle, complex rich taste without giving it a lot of extra calories. great with rice, mashed potato
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