Belgium Baked French Fries is the recipe that I brought back from my trip. The great thing about Belgium French Fries are the toppings that is gluten-free and sugar-free.
Dry the potatoes with a paper towel until they are nice and dry.
Cut the potato into the shape of a french fries.
Season with onion powder, garlic powder and pour olive oil, then mix.
Use cooking spray on the baking sheet rack and place in a single layer.
Put in the oven for about 20 minutes, rotate the sheet add another 20 minutes.
Remove once the they are golden brown and perfectly crispy.
Take the London Broil and marinate with Worcestershire sauce, garlic and salt and pepper for a couple of hours or over night.
Slice very thin for small bite size.
Heat the pan with olive oil and sher the meat until it is crispy on the edges.
Mix the mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar, and add some salt.
Plate the fries first, then the meat on top.
Add the sauces on top.
Sprinkles fresh parsley.
Drip some of the Sriracha sauce on top.
Add salt and pepper as desired.
The most important thing to do to the potato is soak in cold water after you peel the potatoes. This will help to make them extra crispy on the outside.