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Dec 9, 2010

Review: Jack in the Box - Seasoned Curly Fries

Jack in the Box's Seasoned Curly Fries are curly cut French fries seasoned with garlic powder, onion powder, and "spices" (which probably includes paprika). They cost a little bit more than Jack's regular fries at $1.79 for a small order (compared to $1.39) in my locale.

Unlike the baked fries you got in your school cafeteria, Jack's Seasoned Curly Fries are deep-fried to a crisp and are sliced fairly thin. While almost crunchy, they can be a bit on the dry side inside. Their seasoning is spot on, with just the right amount of seasoning and salt for most.

I much prefer these to Jack in the Box's new, regular, wannabe-McDonald's fries.

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Nutritional Info - Jack in the Box Seasoned Curly Fries (Small Size 2.95 oz.)
Calories - 280 (146 from Fat)
Fat - 16g (Saturated Fat - 1g)
Sodium - 614mg
Carbs - 30g
Protein - 3g


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