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McFries tier fries at home?

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Is it possible to "cook" McFries tier fries at home?
What kind of temperature, method, potato and oil do i need for this? (i have all kinds of temperature meters and timers and scales and shit)

Can i do better by increasing the amount of technical autism? (like that Heston method where he cooks them and freezes and then cooks again or something like that)
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Literally googling, "McFries tier fries at home" brings up the article about how to do it which has been around for half a decade and posted on /ck/ many times.
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>>7121057
I only get links from 2015, which is that article? Google results can be different depending on locale, search history and stuff.
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>>7121057
McFried are probably twice fried if I were to guess, once to cook at low temp then flash fry to order
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>>7121451
all the recipes i have found are:

1: low temp
2: freezer/refrigerator
3: high temp
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>>7121451
Yeah, I worked at mcdonalds, they're precooked then fried again for three minutes instore
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>>7121053
Why would you want to? Be honest.
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>>7121463
I think they taste better than my "potato into the pan" single cook method.
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I had zero luck with the acidulated water bath, refreeze and two frying baths. No luck at all.

I'll buy Ore-Ida steak fries and deep-fry those twice, they turn out great, but I have had zero luck using fresh raw potatoes to make french fries. Or hash browns. No clue what is going wrong.
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>>7121451

Three times. Once in water, once in low heat oil, then at the actual "restaurant" once in high heat oil before being served.

For proper autism regarding the subject:

http://aht.seriouseats.com/archives/2010/05/the-burger-lab-how-to-make-perfect-mcdonalds-style-french-fries.html

http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2010/05/perfect-french-fries-recipe.html
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>>7121053
>actually wanting low-test fries
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>>7121053
Seriously though... If you have a deep fryer, then any bag of fries you pick up in the frozen section of a grocery store are on par with McDonald's fries (which are 2nd tier fries compared to Del Taco fries)
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cut a potato into fries

chill in cold water for a hour

fry for 3-5 minutes in pure or mostly beef fat

drain

salt to taste
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