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Curly fries

Curly fries

Curly fries are a kind of french fry characterized by their unique spring-like shape. They are generally made from whole potatoes that are cut using a specialised spiral slicer.

Sometimes they are packaged for preparation at home, often in frozen packs. They can also be found at a number of restaurants and fast food outlets. They are most often served with cups of dipping cheese; although other condiments, such as ketchup, or sweet chili sauce and sour cream, may be served with curly fries.

In the US, they can also be found at a number of restaurants and fast food outlets, like Hooters, Arby's, Hardee's and Jack in the Box.

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