I do the same thing with pizza, anon.
Fuck adding sauce, or cheese, or even anchovies.
Fries and pizza doesn't need anything other than salt and pepper, as long as you know how to properly season your food.
Carne asada, guacamole, sour cream, cotija cheese
If they are really good, crispy, fluffy, salty FRESH fries, I'll eat them plain, with nothing on them, because they don't need it.
If they're just regular fries, without anything spectacular about them, I like dipping them in either a garlic and lemon aioli or a very spicy aioli, or sometimes, a creamy curry sauce or Pickapeppa sauce.
As far as things to actually put on the fries themselves (not just dipping), I love garlic-parmesan fries. Just mince some garlic with some fresh parsley, mix with grated Parmesan, and toss with fresh hot fries. Wonderful. People undervalue the greatness of minced herbs on fries.
>top tier fries
usually come with an accompanying top tier sauce, if not then a light dip of ketchup suffices
usually come with an ok dip, I alternate between a medium dip of ketchup or whatever they come with. If I made them then just ketchup
big dip of ketchup
practically a ketchup delivery system
>curry being an option
>calling them chips
you've been outed as a brit (aka doesn't know about food or cooking) your opinion has been disregarded and your empire has lost more esteem.
>chip spice is also acceptable
They come up with half a dozen new "chip spices" every year.
Cheese and Curry obviously.
Cheese and Gravy is a close second and, despite what those 'French' Canadians would claim, isn't unique to Quebec.
>yuropoor gets mad for no reason and asserts that something from north america isn't unique to there and already existed in europe
>posts something that barely resembles the dish they're talking about
Can you even read faggot?
I said Chips, Cheese and Gravy was similar.
The picture is Chips, Cheese and Curry Sauce. The clue is in the fucking filename.
And are you seriously defending fucking Quebec of all places?
There are plenty of foods that have legitimately have origins in North America alone but the 'French' Canadians feel the need to shout about something they clearly didn't invent. I mean for fucks sake they were likely not even the first in NA to eat it (New York may have gotten there first).
This inferiority complex Americans have needs to stop. Outside of banter nobody but the French REALLY thinks the USA and Canada don't have their own culture independent of their origins (certainly nobody who has visited them).
don't even try and reply, i'm just posting and going to sleep so you're going to be talking to a fucking rock who won't bother to check for responses who saw the thread on the front page
>a) poutine uses cheese curds, not just melted cheese
A minor change to an established dish really doesn't count as a national achievement (and not to the degree the dirty Quebecois would like to think). There's a reason even the real French think they're arrogant. Fucks sake even Canadians hate them and their reputation is for excessive politeness, sporting events aside.
I'll grant it tastes better with the curds in my experience.
>b) you were just baited because, at least here on /ck/, brits seem to have an inferiority complex for some reason
Probably because the UK has, somewhat unfairly, been given a shitty reputation due to the devastating effect of WW2 on cuisine. Rationing continued for far longer than it should have due to a somewhat retarded set of politicians.
Granted the food in the UK was never anything special but simple and of a fair quality of ingredients (meat in particular) in comparison to, say, France.
Now some Brits are upset over this and can't take the banter. As usual it's hilarious to fuck with them.
The USA has a similar problem where it often can't see how different its culture is to the countries it originated from and subsequently feels the need to defend everything to the death.
Both countries, along with most of Europe, are easily played against each other on /ck/, often by Australians.
I will however tell you from personal experience that everything said about west coast Scottish food is true. Picrelated.
This isn't hard.
The British have finally gotten around to this system so we need only convinced the rest of the world.
If the English can persuade people to play fucking cricket this should be easy in comparison.
pic related, occasionally I change the curryketchup for peanut sauce.
>1 spoon of gelatinized beef broth
>1/2 teaspoon of brown sugar
>1 teaspoon of worcestershire sauce
>1/2 teaspoon of ketchup
>1/2 teaspoon of mustard
>1/2 glass of water
>reduction in a small pan at low heat with the lid
That would make enough sauce for 2 plates.
in order of deliciousness
>hummus/tahini sauce ideally, but can usually only manage this in Middle Eastern restaurants or at home
and I never put it on the fries, always have it on the side as a dip
>Pouring the sauce directly onto your fries
It's like you WANT them to go all soggy.
Saté sauce muh nigs
I love soggy fries
Stoofvlees, as any selfrespecting Belgian would. It's a beef, mustard & beer based stew. You can get just the gravy, without the beef, at the frituur. Some mayo on top.
Dutch frietsaus is a sweeter mayo, that's it
>ketchup is for faggots
>that shit is probably 80% ketchup
But ketchup has so much sugar. Too much sugar. And even if I buy sugar-free ketchup, it's with artificial sweetener, and I hate that too. It's too sweet. One of these days this finally will make me cry.