If you say "Long Beach" to people in California, you'll
probably get a response similar to if you were to say "Hey
what's with all the dogshit on your face?" But most people
don't know that this rough-and-tumble working-class town
has given the world one of the all-time greatest foods
known: The Long Beach Chili Cheese Fries.
It should be noted that just like the Philadelphia Cheesesteak Sandwich, or a
Mission Burrito, unless you know exactly how it's prepared, you'll either fuck
it up, or you won't get a taste of the real McCoy. So, I went to great expense
out what the secret ingredients were to make LB Beach Chili Cheese Fries so
special and unique. Many rebel spies paid with their life to bring you this.
Don't let it go to waste.
Long Beach Chili Cheese Fries
1 bag of French fries (or three potatoes)
1 container of
Lowrey's Seasoning Salt
1 can of chili (no beans preferred)
3 cups cheese
Open chili, start
slow-cooking (an hour before making fries is recommended). Take fries, season
liberally with Lowrey's Seasoning Salt (some people will put fries in plastic
bag along with the salt and do the shake & bake trick). Once fries have turned
somewhat orange, deep fry those puppies! If you can't deep-fry, you can make
them in the oven with just a tad of oil or cooking spray so the seasoning will
stick. Once fries have cooked, put on a tray or plate. Shake a bit more
seasoning salt (to taste). Cover fries in chili. Cover chili in cheese. Cover
cheese in onions. Cover everything in Tabasco sauce.