Cactus fries

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Cactus fries with a side of prickly pear sauce

Cactus fries are a food originating in the Southwestern United States.[1][2] They are typically prepared from prickly pear cactus segments which have had the needles removed, and which are then sliced, battered, and deep fried.[2][3]

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  • "Cactus Fries". PBS Food. Retrieved 26 January 2014.