Hot dogs with chili garlic fries from the Airfryer

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French fries are already tasty, but you can make them even better by adding your own herbs. In this blog I share the recipe for my chili garlic fries and I make delicious hot dogs for on the side. Really enjoy this!

CêlaVíta’s Robust Cut Fries are perfect for this recipe. Due to the coarse structure, the herbs stick extra well and the fries have a good bite. These fresh fries from CêlaVíta are very suitable for the Airfryer and you get a nice crispy result. But if you don’t have an Airfryer, you can also bake them in the oven. And if you fry them in the deep-fat fryer, you season them after baking.

Be careful with the chili because it is quite spicy. If kids eat with it, you can also use paprika powder for a mild taste. You can also vary the topping with the hot dogs, how about onion, cabbage, bell pepper, cheese, corn, mustard or ketchup.

This easy meal is great on a Friday night or on the weekend when you’re craving something sweet. And bet everyone will enjoy it! If you want to present or hand out the fries during a party, CêlaVíta now has a nice promotion: have a chance to win 1 of the 300 packages containing 10 original fries bags.

Recipe Hot dogs with chili garlic fries


1 bag Robustly sliced ​​CêlaVíta
chips Pinch of chili powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon oil
Shirasha or chili sauce
Garlic sauce

4 hot dogs
4 sandwiches
75 gr carrot julienne
1 avocado
4 pickles
Fresh coriander or parsley


Add the chili powder and garlic to the tablespoon of oil and fold this through the chips. Prepare them in the Airfryer (or oven or deep fryer). Heat the hot dogs and don’t cut the buns all the way open. Put the hot dogs in the bun.

Add some grated carrots, avocado and pickles in pieces and pour over some of the garlic sauce. Sprinkle with some coriander or parsley. Remove the fries from the Airfryer and draw nice stripes with the sauces over them. Serve the chili garlic fries with the hot dogs.

This article was created in collaboration with Celavita.

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