Arby’s curly fries are always delicious but when you don’t want to go to the restaurant, how do you get them? The answer: the frozen food aisle.
Not everything from the freezer section at the grocery store turns out to be as good as it claims. This especially goes for frozen food from fast food chains. Can the at-home version really taste as good as what you get at the restaurant. Usually not. The one exception? Arby’s frozen curly fries!
I don’t know when I discovered these but thank God I did! I have not tried another brand of frozen fries since. They taste just like the original and mean that you can have curly fries fresh from your oven whenever you want. What’s better than that?
If you’ve ever tried to make your own curly fries, you know how hard it can be. Unless you have some amazing knife skills, you need a spiralizer to get the curly shape (and seriously how many of us have one of these in the kitchen?!).
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But you know what’s better than spending money on another kitchen gadget you may or may not use? Buying a bag of Arby’s frozen fries, dumping the contents on a cookie sheet, throwing it in a preheated oven, waiting for the oven timer to bing, and then eating them all while watching The Witcher on Netflix. (Yes, I know how to have a good time.)
The fries are just as flavorful as what you get at the restaurant and you’re able to eat them piping hot right out of the oven. Not to mention, there are always at least two to three ridiculously long curly-cues AKA the king of the curly fries.
So what are you waiting for? If you haven’t tried these, go out and get a bag (or two). You will not be disappointed!
Thoughts on Arby’s curly fries from the frozen food aisle? Or do you have another favorite frozen fry brand? Let us know in the comments below!