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Posted by , 08 October 2013

DJ BBQ's Blue Cheese Fries

DJ BBQ's Blue Cheese Fries

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“Randi Stanko was one of the best gymnasts in the state of Pennsylvania. She could do double backflips from the floor, and was my sister’s best friend through university.

As soon as I met her I thought, ‘Man, this chick is crazy hot.’ She was blonde, athletic and beautiful with it. Shame about the unfortunate name. Anyway, she took me to a local place and asked for fries and blue. I had no idea what it was, and when she told me it was French fries dipped in blue cheese dressing, I thought I wouldn’t like it, as I hated (and still hate) blue cheese.

Turns out, I freaking love it when it’s done like this. It’s the best beer food on the planet. A bit redneck, real salty and goddamn mouthwateringly good. It’s life changing. God bless Randi Stanko.”


Preparation time
20 mins

A load of potatoes
Vegetable oil
150ml sour cream
1 tsp Dijon mustard
2 “pulverized” cloves of garlic
1 tsp red wine vinegar
2 tbsp mayonnaise
80g of blue cheese
1 tbsp lemon juice
Chopped chives
Cayenne pepper to taste



Step 1

Work out how hungry you and your mates are, and grab a stack of potatoes accordingly. Chop them into chips about 6mm thick. Set a deep fat fryer going at 180°C, or use a deep pan of veg oil, and add the chips in batches until they’re golden.

Step 2

While they’re browning, put all the remaining ingredients, minus the chives and cayenne, in a big mixing bowl and stir it until it starts to smooth out.

“Make sure you crumble your blue cheese first, else you’ll be mixing for days,” says DJ BBQ.

Step 3

Once your chips are done, toss them into a bowl with salt. If you don’t wanna get too messy, drop the blue cheese mix into a dipping bowl and scoop it out with the chips. Or, as DJ BBQ recommends, “Don’t be a sissy and just slather the lot over the top.”

Sprinkle your chopped chives and then your cayenne over the chips to taste, crack open a cold brewski and devour with your buds. 

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