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Dec 12, 2013

Review: Sonic - New Natural-Cut Fries

Sonic's new Natural-Cut Fries are skin-on French fries that replace their previous version. They're cut from whole, unpeeled russet potatoes and then blanched and dusted with starch before frozen and shipped out to Sonic locations.

A small order was $1, but I received this one courtesy of Sonic.

As you can see, my fry container was a bit under-filled.

If you're looking for the spiritual successor to Burger King's old fries, these come pretty close. They're slightly thinner but have that same slightly battered crispiness. They're crispier than I remember Sonic's old fries being.

Beyond that that, there's a good bit of potato flavor to them and presented a balanced amount of salt.

Overall, Sonic's new Natural-Cut Fries are a marked improvement over the old ones and merit a try if you've been missing Burger King's old fries. I'd still go for some Tots over 'em though.

Nutritional Info - Sonic Natural-Cut Fries - small (88g)
Calories - 280 (from Fat - 120)
Fat - 13g (Saturated Fat - 2.5g)
Sodium - 290mg
Carbs - 37g (Sugar - 0g)
Protein - 3g


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