Texture is the name of the game in the world of avocado fries. Crushed tortilla chips make a crunchy coating around the soft fruit, and they crisp up even more in the oven.
Yuca roots are starchy and mild in flavor, making them a natural but exotic alternative to potatoes. Get classic crispness with a quick fry in vegetable oil.
Baked sweet potatoes have fewer calories than regular fries, plus that hint of sweetness you love. Pair them with a tangy mayo-base dip for the ultimate party snack recipe.
Fans of thick-cut steak fries will love the just-crisp and chewy textures of plantain fries. Contrast their slightly sweet taste with a squeeze of lime juice.
If you can't kick the craving for a classic french fry, try this homemade version.
Step up your fry game, Creole style. Okra, breaded in cornmeal and fried, makes a hot and juicy fry with a perfectly crunchy exterior. Spicy shrimp dip completes this Southern-inspired appetizer recipe.
Sugar and spice makes everything nice -- even French fries. Toss crispy (and low-cal!) polenta fries in a sweet and spicy mix for bold, unexpected flavor.
Appease your fry craving and your healthy diet with lightly battered fried asparagus. Tangy dill mustard is ketchup's chic sister.
Low-calorie snap peas get a crunchy makeover with Parmesan cheese and panko crumbs. Serve them while they're hot for tasty faux French fries.
Nothing beats fried pickles for satisfying a fried-food fix. Seasoned simply with garlic powder and black pepper, the tangy flavor stands out. Dipping in ranch is a must. For a more traditional fry shape, try pickle spears instead of slices.