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Mortadelllla

I can just hear the crunch from my phone!


contempt1

Since my thumb isn’t a great scale, the middle cubes in the photo are about 1”x1”x1-1/2”


Ben_MOR

They look amazing ! A bit too dense you say ? What will you do differently next time ? Too much layers ?


contempt1

I think I compressed them too much as I expected each layer to slightly gray at the ends. Damn toasty and I think I had like 30 layers!


coffeekreeper

My man sliced the potato only to re-potato the potato


contempt1

Wait for the video when I put it in a food lathe and chisel a thin fry.


kelvin616

the last pic got my pupils dilated


Alarmming

Same here. Cannot believe it!


GotaGotAGoat

I just saw a video on YouTube the other day showing how to do this. Any pointers for first timer trying this out?


contempt1

This was my first time after watching YT like you! What I messed up was not having enough duck fat or a similar oil to coat each slice. As mine spin the end were a little too dense and I’m assuming if I had the fat or oil in between they would have separated a bit more. But damn tasty.


GotaGotAGoat

Thanks for the pointer! The YouTube videos always makes it seem so easy so it’s always nice to ask fellow cooks for further tips that they don’t mention in the videos. Really appreciate your response!


contempt1

Np. It’s fun cooking from YT videos and you’re right, it’s because they seem easy and in the end, it tastes great so that’s all that matters. Have fun.


Cornadious

How long did it take you to make them?


RIMV0315

15 hours.


contempt1

It took me like an hour to slice them and layer them. That’s the most time consuming. Then bake for an hour. And then put them in the fridge overnight. That’s most of the 15hrs. And then take them out, slice, and fry. And make sure you have someone else clean up afterwards because deep frying anything gets messy.


justme129

potato pave is definitely on my list of things to make. Yours look great BTW!


contempt1

I didn’t know that’s what it was called. Awesome.


Ok_Matter_1437

Can I have the recipe, please?


SimonOmega

Recipe?


hoihoi666

They are a bit thick but for the rest they look amazing


contempt1

Yeah, the first ones I wasn’t sure how to cut them so I did thirds. The. The rest I did in quarter slices and the final one I made perfect cubes. It’s funny, I actually preferred the thicker ones as the middles were super soft and edges super crispy.


iambluest

Is there anything between the layers...like a seasoning? ?


hoihoi666

Hmm who would have known, anyway sounds good 👍


Teeth-Hurts

My mouth it's...


whatever-it-B

I could never have the patience but these look delicious!


denvertxn

Yeah, I'm ripping thus recipe off. That looks good.


YourTheGuy

I’ve made these before and they are fucking amazing


sylviagochenou

Prep time: 15 hours. Eating time: 5 minutes.


The_Vegan_Chef

Pomme Anna always nice


Sam_FeastyRecipes

What temperature do you cook them at if you're doing 15 hours? Also they look mega!


contempt1

350 for 1 hr. And then you let sit in the fridge overnight. That’s how you get to 15hrs. Also, weren’t that big bot more like steakhouse fries.


Fongernator

I made this but kept the slices full width and pan fried instead of deep fried.


contempt1

How did that turn out? I was tempted to try one at full slice. Was afraid to get too thin as I thought it would fall apart, but I think next time that's the way I'm going to go as none of them fell apart aside from anything that was on top. Also, deep fry definitely made them too oily. I guess that's what happens with all of those layers. Maybe I should have used peanut oil or something with a higher smoke rate.


Fongernator

The fry temp will definitely make a difference. Doesn't need to be peanut oil but needs to be the right temp. The slice turned out ok. Some parts towards the middle didn't brown as well.


contempt1

Since you did the slice, did you eat it with your hands or a fork/knife? I liked the idea of finger food but was hoping my individual slices would have started to fray a bit more. It was fun eating peeled layers though. I think next time I'm definitely going to try different thinnesses and to do a whole slice. It was definitely fun and easy. And I know the wife loved making garlic aioli to accompany it.


Fongernator

I used a fork and knife with the rest of dinner. It started to fall apart after cutting it up.


Repulsivefigure23

Those look delicious.


mrcatboy

Bro come on give us a recipe.


contempt1

Lots around. [EmmyMade has a good one](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddxPYgU0ZZk&). I went with a hybrid as I didn't have duck fat.


mrcatboy

Thank you, kind sir!