Similar to french fries, steak fries are thick wedges of potatoes fried or roasted to crispy perfection. Because steak fries are thicker than french or even shoestring fries, they require just a little more finesse to get the ideal ratio of crispy outside to soft, creamy center. I find that the best steak fries aren't fried, but are better off oven roasted. They are an easy side to weeknight burgers, date-night steak dinners, or even as a snack for dipping in your favorite sauce.
How To Make Steak Fries — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn