Sumac is a spice that is ground from the berries of the Sumac flower. It’s red, lemony, and very tangy. Sumac is used in a lot of Lebanese recipes such as fattoush, Zaatar, and as a dry rub. It is distinctively sour and can be used instead of lemon juice.

– 3 large potatoes โฃ
– 1 tablespoon sumac โฃ
– Vegetable oil for frying โฃ
– 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil โฃ
– Salt to taste โฃ
– Fresh cilantro for decorating โฃ
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The How:โฃ
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Peel and dice the potatoes then wash and dry very well with paper towels. โฃ


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Place a wok over medium-high heat, add enough vegetable oil to deep fry the potato cubes. I like frying in a wok, but you do you and fry in whatever sparks joy. โฃ


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Fry the potato cubes in batches until golden. Remove and drain on paper-towels. โฃ


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Once they have all been fried, place a large frying pan over medium heat, add the olive oil and the potatoes, toss until the potatoes become crunchy. The olive oil here is for flavor and crunch. โฃ


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Turn the heat off, sprinkle with the sumac and salt. โฃ


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Decorate with cilantro and serve on toothpicks.

 

Crunchy Sumac Potatoes

Crunchy Sumac Potatoes

Sumac is a spice that is ground from the berries of the Sumac flower. It's red, lemony, and very tangy. Sumac is used in a lot of Lebanese recipes such as fattoush, Zaatar, and as a dry rub. It is distinctively sour and can be used instead of lemon juice.

Ingredients

  • - 3 large potatoes โฃ
  • - 1 tablespoon sumac โฃ
  • - Vegetable oil for frying โฃ
  • - 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil โฃ
  • - Salt to taste โฃ
  • - Fresh cilantro for decorating โฃ
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Instructions

  1. Peel and dice the potatoes then wash and dry very well with paper towels. โฃ
  2. โฃPlace a wok over medium-high heat, add enough vegetable oil to deep fry the potato cubes. I like frying in a wok, but you do you and fry in whatever sparks joy. โฃ
  3. โฃFry the potato cubes in batches until golden. Remove and drain on paper-towels. โฃ
  4. โฃOnce they have all been fried, place a large frying pan over medium heat, add the olive oil and the potatoes, toss until the potatoes become crunchy. The olive oil here is for flavor and crunch. โฃ
  5. โฃTurn the heat off, sprinkle with the sumac and salt. Decorate with cilantro and serve on toothpicks.
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