In most parts of the world, everybody loves having fries. This American dish is quite popular and has many variations. Wendy’s ghost pepper fries recipe is one of the best-flavored fries. Especially, if you love spicy fries with melted cheese.
How to Make Wendy’s Ghost Pepper and Fries
This ghost pepper fries recipe is easy to make. It is going to be so great to taste as an appetizer or even a snack if you would like so. This recipe walks you through the process of cooking the fries, the ghost pepper sauce, and the cheese sauce as well.
So, let’s see the recipe and follow the instructions.
Wendy’s Fries Ingredients That You Will Need Are:
For the fries
- Three sliced Russet Potatoes
- One teaspoon of Sea Salt
- Half a cup of Vegetable Oil
For the Wendy’s Ghost Pepper Sauce
- Two wendys Ghost Peppers
- Half a cup of Mayonnaise
- One-fourth of a cup of Sriracha
- Two tablespoons of Relish
- One tablespoon of Hot Sauce
For the cheese sauce
- Six ounces of Velveeta Cheese
- Half a cup of Cheddar
- Half a cup of milk
Method of Preparing the Wendy Ghost Fries Step by Step:
Step 1: In the blender, add the ghost pepper, mayonnaise, sriracha, relish, hot sauce. Blend till it forms a smooth texture. Refrigerate the ghost pepper blend.
Step 2: Wash and cut the potatoes into long thin slices. Season with sea salt. Deep fry them for about 6-8 minutes.
Step 3: While the fries are in the oil, take another pan and pour the Velveeta cheese, cheddar cheese, and milk. Melt and mix in low heat.
Step 4: You can add a little bit of ground black pepper but it is optional. When it is melted and has a good texture, take it off the heat.
Step 5: Drain the fries after taking them out of the oil.
Step 6: Place the fires on a plate. Drizzle ghost pepper sauce on the fries. Then add the cheese sauce generously. Serve immediately.
There you have it. The perfect spicy and cheesy recipe to have the special fries. These fries are definitely not for those who can not handle spicy foods. Because the ghost pepper sauce is very spicy and may feel intense for foodies with lower spice tolerance.