French fries with Mayo or Ketchup?

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#1 deactivated-5f9d77f5cef3a
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With Mayo = Heaven.

Well?

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#2 madrocketeer
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Neither. Just a bit of salt will do for me. I like simplicity.

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#3 johnd13
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Ketchup of course.

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#4 deactivated-5f3ec00254b0d
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No salt, no sauce, no nothing.

But ketchup is always a big no. I can appreciate some good mayo, ketchup is always trash tier.

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#5 sealionact
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Danish Remoulade....Mayo a close second.

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#6 claymoreman23
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Ketchup

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#7 mrbojangles25
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If it's a good fry, then nothing. Just a decent amount of salt (salt and fried food = win).

If it's a regular fry, then ketchup.

Garlic fries are good....bunch of raw garlic, olive oil, and shredded parm cheese tossed with hot fries.

Sometimes you go to a nice fry place (the ones where they give you a cone of fries) and they have different sauces like garlic aioli...which is essentially mayo lol...or a chipotle sauce or something.

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#8  Edited By Chutebox
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Ketchup. Wtf wrong with you!

Edit: Ranch is also acceptable

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#9 DEVILinIRON
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Ketchup

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#11 VagrantSnow
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Brown sauce or Honey BBQ

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Tar Tar...... Sauce.

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#13 brimmul777
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Katchup. I do prefer with gravy and salt.

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#14 HankMulder
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@phbz said:

No salt, no sauce, no nothing.

But ketchup is always a big no. I can appreciate some good mayo, ketchup is always trash tier.

A purist I see. I do like them salted tho.

Any sauce will just overwhelm and ruin the taste.

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#15 horgen  Moderator
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Just a bit of salt.

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#16  Edited By shellcase86
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Between the two, ketchup easily. Pink ketchup works, too (ketchup + mayo).

Chik-fil-a sauce works great, too.

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#17 HEATHEN75
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Extra crispy and salted. That is all.

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#18 lucidique
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@magnum3000 said:

With Mayo = Heaven.

Well?

Vinegar all the way!

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#19 comp_atkins
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of the 2, ketchup. but mcdonalds bbq is the shit.

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#20 kriggy
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When it comes to French fries I'm like a chain smoker. I like to have LOTS of salt on them

There's a burger joint around the corner of where I live where they have truffle flavoured mayonnaise as their standard mayo, that's like beyond anything else I can imagine 🤤

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#22 LJS9502_basic
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Ketchup. Mayo on fries? Gross. TBH I like salt and vinegar though on fries.

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#23 shellcase86
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@comp_atkins said:

of the 2, ketchup. but mcdonalds bbq is the shit.

Yeah, it's slept on.

The reason this and ketchup are superior to mayo is because of the acidity.

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#24 Kadin_Kai
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I quite like to mix them both.

Salt and vinegar is also good for proper fat chunky chips.

My Indian friend puts salt, vinegar and curry powder, it’s also good.

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#25 coolkid93
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I'll eat them with either but I prefer just good ol salt.

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#26 shellcase86
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@kadin_kai said:

I quite like to mix them both.

Salt and vinegar is also good for proper fat chunky chips.

My Indian friend puts salt, vinegar and curry powder, it’s also good.

I love this Colombian restaurant's dish that incorporates fries, shredded chicken, diced hot dogs, and shredded cheese. Soooooooooooo good!

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#27 Shmiity
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Both. Also thousand island dressing... maybe bbq sauce... gimmi those fries, baby

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#28 KiIIyou
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If I has a Hellmans then I throw the Hellmans on there next to the fry pile

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#29 Lord_Daemon
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It's ketchup or nothing. As much as I am okay with mayonnaise on sandwiches, I can't imagine using it as a dipping sauce.

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#30 SUD123456
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I am choosing poutine, so gravy and cheese curds.

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#31 pyro1245
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Ranch. Come at me.

Ketchup sucks. Too much sugar not enough vinegar.

Now pickled tomatoes on the other hand......

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#32 Archangel3371
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Definitely ketchup for me.

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#33 omegaMaster
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Ketchup.

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#34 TheFlush
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Dutch guy here, so mayo!

But even better: friet oorlog! (mayo+currysauce+peanut sauce+onions)

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#35 shellcase86
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@TheFlush said:

Dutch guy here, so mayo!

But even better: friet oorlog! (mayo+currysauce+peanut sauce+onions)

That sauce sounds amaaazing.

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#36  Edited By Speeny
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Seriously, both. As a kid my dad would make it for me. With slices of ham and melted cheese over top.

On the other hand though, any kind of good quality aioli would be even better.

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#37  Edited By realistic44
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I actually dislike ketchup; Neither for me.

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#38 R4gn4r0k
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Both.

Is there anything that you can't put on top of fries? There are just so many great sauces.

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#39 killerfist
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@TheFlush: Fellow Dutchman here. Speciaal is my favorite. Ketchup, Mayo and onions. Perfect meal for social distancing these days.

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#40  Edited By m0zart
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I love ketchup. I can't eat mayo on fries, but I do think that Aioli, particularly garlic aioli is perfect for fries, and I prefer that to ketchup.

EDIT: Whoops, sorry. I can see this was a thread older than two weeks. My apologies for inadvertently practicing the black arts.

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#41 Byshop  Moderator
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@m0zart said:

I love ketchup. I can't eat mayo on fries, but I do think that Aioli, particularly garlic aioli is perfect for fries, and I prefer that to ketchup.

EDIT: Whoops, sorry. I can see this was a thread older than two weeks. My apologies for inadvertently practicing the black arts.

It happens. Besides, it gives me a chance to quietly mod anyone who answered "mayo". :)

Just kidding...

Probably.

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#42 claymoreman23
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Peanut sauce.

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#44 PfizersaurusRex
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Mayo. I don't really eat ketchup, but I know a lot of adults who do. I like to just sit and watch them, they are so intriguing.

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#45 comp_atkins
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ketchup because i'm not a communist

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#46 deactivated-5f9e3c6a83e51
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i've moved on to sweet potato fries

godly stuff

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#47 Sevenizz
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Neither - poutine it!

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BBQ Sauce

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#49  Edited By Robbie23
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I like to combine Tomato sauce and Mustard together then chop onion or pickles in it.

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#50 VagrantSnow
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Brown sauce.